As promised from the latest ep of the Fluffenhammer, here is the Iron Warriors Deamon Prince we all drooled over. .
How I got into the hobby
I discovered 40k when I was 13 or 14 (mid 90s) and it was amazing. A friend and I started playing
games in my parents’ garage on an old door that I painted green and grey, with a blue line to
indicate a river. We didn’t have models, we just had pieces of paper/card cut to template size to
represent them, and we didn’t know most of the rules. Still loved it. I liked Chaos and Eldar. The
expense kinda killed it off for me, though, and I forgot about the game.
Fast forward to 2015, and a Warhammer shop opened in town. Took the kids to see the toys I used
to love and bought them AoS (which they’ve now basically forgotten about). I went back a while
later and bought Kill Team a few weeks before 8th was announced. Bought the Dark Imperium set as
a way to start getting into it properly, collecting the Space Marine force. I went with Salamanders as
I like green, and I like fire.
I’ve now started collecting the army that 13yo me would have died for – Imperial Knights! I love the
image of these massive behemoths stomping all over the field of battle, it’s the absolute essence of
the 40k universe for me: oversized, ludicrous, and so cool.
We all have a problem in our day to day hobbying . An issue of great magnitude that must be faced head on in order to slay the dragon that.......
Okay. that's a but much.
This is going to be a series of articles on how to use up the sprues that we all end up left with after a good day of mini-building, and thus, reduce the sheer amount of plastic waste that we throw into the bin without a second thought. If you have suggestions for future builds, or want to show off your own usage of spare sprues, please lets us know on the Fluffenhammer Facebook, or over on the Twitter.
For this entry, lets make some Sprue-ce Trees.
Who Are We?
The Fluffenhammer is a archive of joy for the worlds of Games Workshop (and beyond)