So, no competition but I wanted to hobby more! So I decided to strip the old army and repaint it for the Legio and make a larger army.
I started with the Captain model from the Know No Fear box. Using some parts from the Guilliman model that had been left over and tried to make him as intimidating as possible. I also decided that I wanted to try NMM! I had looked at so many amazing models with NMM but didn't know how to do it. However, I found a pic only with 4 wip images next to one another how someone had done it with layers and decided to give it a go! After doing the knight and all the molten metal there I figured that it couldn't be that different, only on a smaller area. The end result came out great I think, I was very proud, and this set the colorscheme for all future Legio Damnatorum models!
Welcome back Nerglings! With the constitution of an Orc and the rugged good looks of a handsome Goblin you can bet your bottom dollar I've never suffered from 'hobby burnout'. But some of you may have, so here I am again to show you how to combat hobby burnout!
That master of the maelstrom has returned to show off the largest part of his Legion of the Damned force. Emil Alegroth once more opens the door to galactic horror to shine up the skulls of the Emperor for your enjoyment.
This gets LARGE
Some of the more inquisitive of you may have seen the hashtag #Turnip28 floating around the ol' cybersphere interwebs and been somewhat baffled by the sheer level of insanity that looking into this movement may have brought before your eyes. Looking into this particular rabbit (potato?) hole conjures up the dark and grimy mindsets of Blanchitsu, of Inq28 and other such grimdark movements within the miniatures communities. Whilst the above mentioned took some time to gain traction, #Turnip28 appears to have swept in on wings of flaming lettuce and gained a large following in a short time.
Lettuce dig down into it and see what pearfect meloncholy we find.
I'm not sorry.
We return to the lurking legendary legionaries that burst forth from the mind and hands of Emil Alegroth. For this missive from the mortuary of the fields of 40k, Emil takes us deep into the design process that sculpted the skeletal warriors of the damned
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