Warmaster High Elf Archers

I've finally emerged from the hibernation of winter to break my blogging and painting drought. This is the first time writing a post on my phone as the PC is out of action, so this may be a choppy read...

Although much of last year was taken up with the Lawrence of Arabia diorama on one way or another it definitely reignited my modelling - and painting bug - although I did very little with brushes myself.
Last year our gaming group also started playing Warmaster, the only GW game I hadn't play previously. Whilst we'd done plenty of 2mm and a bit of 6mm, 10mm was new. I particularly liked the look of Warmaster on the table as it reminded me so much of the video games Shadow of the Horned Rat and Dark Omen - a pure hit of nostalgia.
This seemed like an ideal game/range to jump back on the painting wagon as whole armies can be painted up relatively quickly. In theory anyway. 
After wanting to go for Lizardmen or Skaven, in the end I opted for High Elves mostly because of the …

First Project of the New Year

28mm Diorama of Lawrence of Arabia's Ambush at Hallat Ammar (September 1917)

Arab Revolt 1917: Scratchbuilt Hejaz Railway Hartmann (1/58)

Paperback Fighter: Episode #3

The Year Ahead

New Projects and Quick Update

The GM's Corner: RPG Player Character Creation

ACW Campaign Map - 'Burning Tennessee' 1862

I Aten't Dead

1/3000 US Pre-Dreadnoughts (plus small 40k Imperial Navy update)

On the Painting Table: Gripping Beast Normans

Liebster Award: The worthwhile chain letter