When Age Of Sigmar came out last year I only took a quick look and decided that this is nothing for me and continued painting my Warhammer 40k-Stuff. Until some time at the beginning of this year when I bought the "Start Collecting - Daemons of Khorne"-Box.
Because I like Diablo 3 and I really like the idea of playing one army for AoS and 40k. The box sat on my shelf for a while until I heard about the global Campaign. The rest is history of this blog.
Fast forward to yesterday when I played my first game of Age of Sigmar that wasn't a demo-match.
Death vs. Chaos/Order-Team
As mad as it sounds this was the only way to find a solution to our nice threesome yesterday.
By popular demand: Part three of my Khrone Army Painting Project.
This time: Bloodcrushers!
It's important to keep the Bloodcrushers seperated all the time. You never know what will happen if you don't do that.
I also painted them the classic way in Khorne Red. No fancy metal-look.
Comparing the stats of the Skullcannon and the Bloodthrone both are pretty equal.
But never underestimate the power of a ranged weapon. That's one thing I learned from playing Warhammer 40k.
For painting the Skullcannon I had the "great" idea to give it an outstanding look. I painted I metallic and clear red.
I was the first time I used Tamiya Chrome with my airbrush and I worked pretty nicely. Not spectacular "I can see my face"-Chrome but nicely.
Long time no update.
I've been busy trying to reach my goal to have a Khorne Army by July 14th.
Last thing I showed you here were some pretty grey Bloodletters.
But I've been diligent since that.
My Bloodletters are done.
I did the bases like they're described here and they came out pretty nice. It's really tricky to hit the right moment for adding the black paint.