Well then… April was a bust! Bring on May! The update I did post did not get much further sadly so I have to mark my goals as a fail for April. With the amount of terrain Emma, Rod and I got done, my drive to do more painting ebbed away and that was that. May… More Massaens ObSec May Painting Update
The ObSec Bill of Rights has been some time in the making. Over the last 18 months, we have been taking feedback from players at each and every one of our events – some formally through surveys, some direct of players on the day and others that have been sent to us post event. The… More ObSec Organised Play Bill of Rights
Mid April 2017 and my progress can be summed up as… adequate? I guess?!? We have one of our biggest events happening in April this year – the WATC – and I may have not taken that into account when I said I would paint what I said I would! In the end we have… More ObSec painting challenge – April Update
I have had quite a few emails and messages asking to get involved with the painting challenge – its been great to get the interest! I got the following message from Sam, a good friend of mine who lives in Albany. Despite the 400km distance between, we do get to catch up a couple of… More ObSec Painting Challenge – Albany Entry!
I showed off a couple of photos of a test colour scheme I had completed for my Legio Custodes on a couple of Facebook groups and was amazed at the feedback I got – all very positive and more than a few asking how I did it. Well, the time is now to share! This… More Legio Custodes Painting Guide – The Obsec way
2017 is the year of Army Painting! I have on more than one occasion been asked how I get armies on the table so quickly. I have painted quite sizable armies in quite short spaces of time in the past – mostly due to my own lack of planning and foresight! Most of that ability… More ObSec 2017 Army Painting Challenge!
Two of the 30k Mechanicums dedicated close combat units, both equally lethal on the tabletop. Lately I’ve seen a number of posts from people trying to compare Vorax Vs. Ursarax when building an army. So lets take a look and break them down. Overview – The Mechanicums Hunter Killers – Vorax Class Battle Automata Starting with… More Horus Heresy – Mechanicum Ursarax Vs. Vorax – Unit Comparison
I wrote a short blog post when we got home from Line Breaker in Albany and my intention was to include the photos of the armies from the event. I took the photos, I edited the photos, I wrote the blog post, I ran out of time to put the photos into the blog post.… More Line Breaker 2017 – the photos!
I wrote a blog post earlier in the year, (or perhaps it was late last year, the beginnings of this year is all a blur to be honest) about the Line Breaker event we ran last year and made a pretty bold assertion that Line Breaker, together with Masters, is my favourite event we have… More Line Breaker 2017 – A Wrap up
40k comes to Hoth! As Massaen and myself spoke about on the last Objective Secured podcast, I thought I’d throw some work in progress and finished shots of my new 4′ x 4′ Hoth Mortalis gaming board. Inspiration and Planning Well, the inspiration is quite clear from the title, being like most 30 something year… More Hobby Focus – Hoth Mortalis Gaming Board