Category Archives: Bretonnians

Tree-buchet! (Part 2)

Welcome back! Here’s a good chance for you to find out how I paint my toys, as usually I’m too embarrassed to show off any WIPs (they usually look so horrible right up till the model is finished). The Treebuchet … Continue reading

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How to win Army Awards (if Ming can do it, so can you!) – Part 3

Welcome back! For those who’ve just joined us, here’s Part 1, where we covered the basics and Part 2, where your army can be polished further. In this last session, I’d finish up with some points that didn’t fit in … Continue reading

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Tree-buchet! (Part 1)

As you may know, I’ve not had a proper centerpiece in my army for some time now. Well that’s about to change! While reading some old Warhammer fluff, I chanced upon Taal, God of Nature, who I felt would be … Continue reading

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How to win Army Awards (Almanac of Ming) – Part 2

Welcome back to Part 2! If you’ve not read the first part, you really should go back and read it first. Note that in this article, only two models were painted by me (Jules le Jongleur & the Questing Paladin). … Continue reading

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How to win Army Awards (in which Ming learnt the hard way) – Part 1

It’s the promised guide you’ve been waiting for! I’m breaking this into  a number of parts, hopefully making it perfect lunch reading material. So let’s start, how would one be able to create an award-winning army? 1)      Choosing an Army … Continue reading

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Ming’s Introduction!

Hello all, it’s Ming here! For those who’ve not met me around the tourney/twitter scene, this first post is to bore you with my history of the hobby. I started by stumbling into a local GW (5 minutes from my … Continue reading

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Forest Scenery

Over the past few months I’ve been working on some scenery for my new local gaming club, at Windermere, affectionately known as The Den (#TheDen). The first of the pieces of scenery to be done were some forests. The idea … Continue reading

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Competition! – The Canvas of War

Objective: Create a model to represent any piece of GW artwork! Deadline: Entries must be recieved via email by 13th June 2014 Prize: £15 Element Games voucher! Kindly sponsored by www.ElementGames.co.uk Details: Alongside their fantastic models, Games Workshop also produces some … Continue reading

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James’ Bretonnians Part 1

As some of you guys will have read i decided to scrap the idea of painting mr brets in 4 weeks and now plan to do them to the best of my ability. Here are a few pics of the … Continue reading

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Knights of Lord Garrick Ataris

With only 4 weeks until Agom XI I have finally finished my commision work and can make a start on my bretonnian army for this tournament. As i currently don’t own a single painted fantasy army i will need to … Continue reading

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