I finished the first banner for Dropzone Games and am now working on their 2nd of 3 commissions. Ravenguard!
I'm proud to say the least, and thankful to all who voted/judged in my favor.
This only drives me to push even harder for the future.
And just because this army is retired from GT play, it does not mean you won't see it again. I may play it in various RTTs in the area, and I intend on entering it into Armies on Parade at Gamesday! That would involve a new display board, and a trip down to New York City to the GW store to enter it into the judging.
So on with the new!
The sad news that the rumored Eldar codex release was just rumor really hurt. I was excited about my Eldar army, but cannot allow myself to invest so much time in a noncompetitive list again. I need to give myself a chance to win the GTs I enter. I am still going forward with my Eldar, but in the meantime, I have decided to actually finish the GK army I have sitting in boxes on the shelf. I have over 60 knights, 20 terminators, 3 Dread Knights, 5 razorbacks, some Forgeworld stuff and other goodies just sitting around my mancave.
Painting that standard bearer really got my juices flowing for GKs, and now I am just looking for a primer that I can use to quickly do them. Painting Adeptus Battle Grey by hand on each model was going to wear me thin. I had to find a suitable spray in order to make the army a realistic idea.
As for my list, it is time for Jawa to put his own flavor of uber knights on the table and thump some skulls. No they won't be Blood Angels with jury rigged halbreds, or Space Wolves with counts as storm bolters. They will be painted to my ever exceedingly high expectations, and yes, they will be cheezy.
The Walking Dead starts again this weekend!