Empire just wasn't doing it for me. Ive started that army at least a half dozen times in the past 10 years, I should take that as a hint that its just not for me. So here is the beginning of my Lizardman army.
I absolutely love the background of the Lizardmen, and almost view them as the Demons of Order.
Im aiming to have 1200 points painted in time for the Adepticon Team Tournament.
As many of you know it is easy to get swept up in the new release of an army. The new dark elves are the latest craze in fantasy and soon we may see that Tyranids in 40k set the hook into many a hobbyist with too much money on their hands. I have had this happen to me in the past and this post is not only about the issues that I have had but also about the new strategy that I developed for the latest army to set it's hook into my hobby desires...
This represents the look we get at new models, not any part of the male anatomy though I thought the picture was funny.
When searching for some stuff I ran across my old Eshin Mordheim warband. I really enjoy Mordheim as a skirmish game. While these are not my best painting they are still some of my favorite. These were painted around 2000. Let me know what you think.
Here are some more pics of some recent Empire I painted. I also made the war machine so it can switch tops. This was also the first time I used the crushed glass for snow. I am very happy with the results. Comments and questions always welcome.
but while Im here, the difficulty I am having is that I am broke as a joke, so any warhammery decisions must be solid ones.
Since the lady is going to be working on the dark elves (and hopefully to become a Lady Bastard... she paints better than I do...), Im narrowing down my decision for my army choice.
I've got it down to WoC and DoC... I like the options and centerpieces available to WoC, I just cant figure out an undivided color scheme that doesn't scream "1992". Anyone have ideas, or should I plunge headfirst into the warp?