Let's start with the pictures. Bra'tac and I are still painting (well, on and off... you know how it goes) and we've each managed to finish some stuff. I'll start with my stuff first, not because I'm impolite, but because his stuff looks better and it's always best to show the good stuff last.
This is what I've been painting. A ten man squad of chaos space marines and a 5 man squad of havocs.
Nothing fancy, just base colours and wash. That's why you only get the pic like this, and no close up. Trust me, they don't look better closer! Still, it's nice to get some of the old (old!) stuff painted. As usual, I still have bases left to do.
And here's where I'm at now. This is just about a 1k force of chaos space marines and I've finished half. The other half is undercoated and ready for more paint. Should have this all finished by next week!
Now on to the good stuff. Bra'tac is taking a different approach. Instead of finishing stuff as quickly as possible, he's taking the perfectionist's approach and spending lots of time on his tank. Look at the pics and I'm sure you'll agree with me he's doing a grand job!
I think it look's smashing! So what if Brat'ac doesn't completely manage to finish a 1000 points on time? When the stuff looks as good as this does, I'm willing to count a single tank as 750 pts!
Dungeonbowl! For those who don't know what dungeonbowl is, it's basically Bloodbowl played, unsurprisingly, in a dungeon. Now, I don't know anything about the pc game other than that it's here and you can buy it, but I have fond memories of the old game. Using warhammer quest tiles and rules from the citadel journal, trying to open the right treasure chest to find the ball, hoping this chest wasn't trapped.
Still, what with D3 and all, I don't really need another pc game taking up any more of my time!
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