Lastly, a little fire support. These don't seem to be the best option in game but I'll give them a whirl. It's a brave new world in the Age of Sigmar, but maybe the only way to survive is with a magically charged explosive crossbow?
Friday, August 16, 2019
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Mace wielding, power crystal having, very serious devotees of Sigmar. My army is growing steadily, I'm trying to add a unit each month. Currently building some cavalry but for now, here's the beef. Two units of Sequitors and again, I can see the value of having double the amount in my army as I play larger games. Where first there were 10, now there are 20. 20-40 Feral hogs and the only way to stop them is with more Sequitors on watch.
Monday, August 12, 2019
Evocators are ready!
Now to do it again, as my army grows I realize the value of a second unit down the line. But so far my fledgling force has reached 1,000 points and I took the time to photograph them. Next post I'll have some Sequitors to share.
Thursday, July 25, 2019
The green marine! I started this model at my beginners class in Canada. Which is why there happens to be a maple leaf on his shoulder. I wanted to push for bright vibrant colors on this model, opposed to my usual desaturated approach. All green, all fun.
Sunday, July 14, 2019
It's finally happened, after painting miniatures "professionally" for 10 years, I'll be teaching a class in my home state of Wisconsin. October 19th at Gathering Games in New Richmond I'll be running a one day beginners class. I'm excited, I'm always excited to teach but this is special for the reasons mentioned :) Calling all northern troops, let's jam!
Visit Samlenzartwork.bigcartel.com to get a seat!
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
I've decided not to take on any more commissions for a while. The decision was made in order to free up time for other pursuits such as teaching and recording more videos. I'm sure I'll come back to commissions at some point but it's also important not to live your life the same way day in and day out. That aside, I have a very special project as my send-off :)
I've titled it Lord Maggot, which seems fitting. I've been working on it a bit more slowly than other projects because I want it to be perfect. During the building process I kept getting new ideas and consequently having to order the right parts. What follows are some work in progress pictures of the process. Enjoy!