Grand Alliance Chaos Book Review Pros & Cons

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Before i talk about this book my jaw nearly hit the floor when i seen the price of it. €26!! Now €26 euro might seem a little bit much for a book especially since its just a warscroll book (talk about that later) but this is a Games Workshop book! This is such a different game from fantasy 8th edition and from the way its looking the alliance part of the game is going to be a big factor.

So where does this book fit in..............

2016 Painting Challenge: Febuary Stormcast Retributors & Prosecutors

I wanted to stick with the Stormcast for Febuary's painting challenge so i would still have the paint scheme still fresh in my head. Their is nothing worse trying to match a paint scheme from a model you did weeks ago especially since i still haven't learned the my lesson about writing down what paints i used. But a good chunk of the Stormcast have been done with nine of the models from the set done from last month and to speed things up i decided to get the 3 man unit of Retributors and 3 man unit of Prosecutors done in Febuary instead of just doing the one unit this month.

Got off to a bad start this month. Based the Retributors with some Leadbelcher and then some "real life" stuff happened and didn't get any hobby done for about a week and a half. But got back into the swing of it and got a good bit done a few days ago.

IDIC BEER'S Terrain square

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Something i have always looked forward every year idicbeer's terrain square competition. If you dont know who idicbeer is you have been living under a rock! I have entered it twice and hoping to enter it again this year. But my favorite part of it is seeing the results of everyone's work at the end. Its a terrain square with almost parts of a diorama parts mixed in as well. Its always a great competition with good prizes also and Nick deserves a lot of credit for putting it on every year. But here is a post from the man himself. Make sure to check out his site and his YouTube channel all the links will be below as well as the competitions sponsor Inside out terrain

Nick speaking,

First of all I would like to say a big thank you to Spunge Hammer for letting me do this guest post. I am Nick from my blog and YouTube Channel IDICBeer and I am posting to share the details of a terrain making competition I am hosting. This will be the third year of the competition, and it has managed to inspire a lot of awesome looking pieces of terrain around the world.

There will be prizes for my favorite pieces, and it isn't always the best pieces that win. I take lots of things into consideration when 'judging' the winners, but ultimately the idea behind the event is to just get people making terrain, and many of my entrants have used the competition to make their first ever piece, which is great to see.

The first prize will be £60.00 of loot of your choice and the second prize will be a £40.00 voucher for Inside Out Terrain to make you a custom piece of terrain. A huge thank you to Inside Out Terrain who have sponsored this years competition, please don't forget to check out their facebook page as they really do have some amazing terrain over there to inspire us all.

Here are all the details of the competition. I hope to see a few of you joining in and having some fun making terrain. Who knows, you could even win and be this years Terrain Square Champion!

2016 Painting Challenge: January Stormcast Eternals Liberators FINISHED!!!

(This took a little longer to update because i couldn't get decent photos until now)

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The first challenge i set for myself this year is painting the Stormcast Liberators from the Age Of Sigmar starter box. And im happy to say i finished them! I only did nine of the ten models because i wanted to do a painting tutorial on the leader guy. The colours i settled on for the shields and shoulder pads came out much better then i thought they would but as for it on the hammers im still not to sure about the colour but its ok.