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Thank you all so much!

I just wanted to post a quick thank you to all of my followers, new and old. It really makes my day to see the warm reception that my painting has received here as well as the friendly advice that I have been given. I’m sorry I haven’t been posting as much as I want to be able to. 

The reason for the irregular posting patterns and long wait is that I found out that I have a brain tumor in the supersellar cistern, on the optical nerve next to the pituitary. The good news is that it is benign, the bad news is that it is in a terrible spot that makes it extremely risky to operate. I don’t need donations (but thank you for those who knew about it and asked me) , and I should be okay! Though if anyone has a thunderhawk gunship that they don’t want laying around :p

The only problem is that it’s causing some bad double vision issues that makes painting difficult. Like I said though, I’m doing alright and I should be able to handle this without too much trouble. I will keep trying to get a little painting done when I can. Thank you all for your support!

Product Review: Greyed Out Productions
Today I have for you something a little different. A review of a company I have had the pleasure to purchase from. 
With the wargaming hobby, there are many differences between games. We have so much choice nowdays, from 40k and fantasy to Infinity, Warmachine, Hordes, Battletech, and countless others. What most of these games have in common is that almost all of them use dice in one way or another. Over time most of us gamers tend to collect a number of dice, and keeping them in their origional little plastic containers doesn’t always seem to be the best option. Most of us end up with a dice bag of one type or another. Dice bags come in all shapes and sizes, with the express goal of holding your dice. Not all dice bags are created equal though, some are too small, and all too many of the commercially made ones are just flimsy, with either the cords falling apart or the bag itself wearing out at the seams, with the same result, dice all over the floor, or spilled across the car, the inside of a backpack, with some never to be seen again. 
Enter Greyed Out Productions, run by Micheal Althauser. Greyed Out produces dice bags, marketed under the label of “high quality dice bags” Let me tell you that from my experience, this is absolutely true. I ordered a bag from his Etsy store [links below] on August 20th and a meer eight days later the bag had arrived. 
The craftsmanship of the dice bag is excellent, with solid stitching and a double layer of resiliant fabric. Giving the bag a gentle test I foud that the craftsmanship is as solid as it is neat. There are no hanging threads or other visible defects at all. 
The design of the bag is also quite good, with a flat bottom that allows the bag to sit upright, with very little danger of tipping over or spilling. I am already looking forward to using it during my next game. The bag is nicely sized, with carrying capacity to spare In the pictures you will notice that it has plenty of room, even with all 125 of the munitorium dice. I have no doubt that this bag could easily hold my entire collection of 40k dice with room to spare for a small tape measure and any other small gaming aids I might think of. 
My only complaint is that the drawstrings have a little trouble holding the opening of the bag completely closed, but I think that’s more due to the fact that it’s still new and the fabric is a little stiff. Looping the drawstrings around and tying them with a single knot keeps the bag nice and secure though with nothing to worry about. 
All in all I strongly urge you to give his store a look. With plenty of different styles to chose from there is something for just about everyone. 
TL:DR
These dice bags are awesome give them a look!

[Links]
greyedout.etsy.com
facebook.com/GreyedOutProductions
twitter: @greylikestorms
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Product Review: Greyed Out Productions
Today I have for you something a little different. A review of a company I have had the pleasure to purchase from. 
With the wargaming hobby, there are many differences between games. We have so much choice nowdays, from 40k and fantasy to Infinity, Warmachine, Hordes, Battletech, and countless others. What most of these games have in common is that almost all of them use dice in one way or another. Over time most of us gamers tend to collect a number of dice, and keeping them in their origional little plastic containers doesn’t always seem to be the best option. Most of us end up with a dice bag of one type or another. Dice bags come in all shapes and sizes, with the express goal of holding your dice. Not all dice bags are created equal though, some are too small, and all too many of the commercially made ones are just flimsy, with either the cords falling apart or the bag itself wearing out at the seams, with the same result, dice all over the floor, or spilled across the car, the inside of a backpack, with some never to be seen again. 
Enter Greyed Out Productions, run by Micheal Althauser. Greyed Out produces dice bags, marketed under the label of “high quality dice bags” Let me tell you that from my experience, this is absolutely true. I ordered a bag from his Etsy store [links below] on August 20th and a meer eight days later the bag had arrived. 
The craftsmanship of the dice bag is excellent, with solid stitching and a double layer of resiliant fabric. Giving the bag a gentle test I foud that the craftsmanship is as solid as it is neat. There are no hanging threads or other visible defects at all. 
The design of the bag is also quite good, with a flat bottom that allows the bag to sit upright, with very little danger of tipping over or spilling. I am already looking forward to using it during my next game. The bag is nicely sized, with carrying capacity to spare In the pictures you will notice that it has plenty of room, even with all 125 of the munitorium dice. I have no doubt that this bag could easily hold my entire collection of 40k dice with room to spare for a small tape measure and any other small gaming aids I might think of. 
My only complaint is that the drawstrings have a little trouble holding the opening of the bag completely closed, but I think that’s more due to the fact that it’s still new and the fabric is a little stiff. Looping the drawstrings around and tying them with a single knot keeps the bag nice and secure though with nothing to worry about. 
All in all I strongly urge you to give his store a look. With plenty of different styles to chose from there is something for just about everyone. 
TL:DR
These dice bags are awesome give them a look!

[Links]
greyedout.etsy.com
facebook.com/GreyedOutProductions
twitter: @greylikestorms
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Product Review: Greyed Out Productions
Today I have for you something a little different. A review of a company I have had the pleasure to purchase from. 
With the wargaming hobby, there are many differences between games. We have so much choice nowdays, from 40k and fantasy to Infinity, Warmachine, Hordes, Battletech, and countless others. What most of these games have in common is that almost all of them use dice in one way or another. Over time most of us gamers tend to collect a number of dice, and keeping them in their origional little plastic containers doesn’t always seem to be the best option. Most of us end up with a dice bag of one type or another. Dice bags come in all shapes and sizes, with the express goal of holding your dice. Not all dice bags are created equal though, some are too small, and all too many of the commercially made ones are just flimsy, with either the cords falling apart or the bag itself wearing out at the seams, with the same result, dice all over the floor, or spilled across the car, the inside of a backpack, with some never to be seen again. 
Enter Greyed Out Productions, run by Micheal Althauser. Greyed Out produces dice bags, marketed under the label of “high quality dice bags” Let me tell you that from my experience, this is absolutely true. I ordered a bag from his Etsy store [links below] on August 20th and a meer eight days later the bag had arrived. 
The craftsmanship of the dice bag is excellent, with solid stitching and a double layer of resiliant fabric. Giving the bag a gentle test I foud that the craftsmanship is as solid as it is neat. There are no hanging threads or other visible defects at all. 
The design of the bag is also quite good, with a flat bottom that allows the bag to sit upright, with very little danger of tipping over or spilling. I am already looking forward to using it during my next game. The bag is nicely sized, with carrying capacity to spare In the pictures you will notice that it has plenty of room, even with all 125 of the munitorium dice. I have no doubt that this bag could easily hold my entire collection of 40k dice with room to spare for a small tape measure and any other small gaming aids I might think of. 
My only complaint is that the drawstrings have a little trouble holding the opening of the bag completely closed, but I think that’s more due to the fact that it’s still new and the fabric is a little stiff. Looping the drawstrings around and tying them with a single knot keeps the bag nice and secure though with nothing to worry about. 
All in all I strongly urge you to give his store a look. With plenty of different styles to chose from there is something for just about everyone. 
TL:DR
These dice bags are awesome give them a look!

[Links]
greyedout.etsy.com
facebook.com/GreyedOutProductions
twitter: @greylikestorms
Zoom Info
Product Review: Greyed Out Productions
Today I have for you something a little different. A review of a company I have had the pleasure to purchase from. 
With the wargaming hobby, there are many differences between games. We have so much choice nowdays, from 40k and fantasy to Infinity, Warmachine, Hordes, Battletech, and countless others. What most of these games have in common is that almost all of them use dice in one way or another. Over time most of us gamers tend to collect a number of dice, and keeping them in their origional little plastic containers doesn’t always seem to be the best option. Most of us end up with a dice bag of one type or another. Dice bags come in all shapes and sizes, with the express goal of holding your dice. Not all dice bags are created equal though, some are too small, and all too many of the commercially made ones are just flimsy, with either the cords falling apart or the bag itself wearing out at the seams, with the same result, dice all over the floor, or spilled across the car, the inside of a backpack, with some never to be seen again. 
Enter Greyed Out Productions, run by Micheal Althauser. Greyed Out produces dice bags, marketed under the label of “high quality dice bags” Let me tell you that from my experience, this is absolutely true. I ordered a bag from his Etsy store [links below] on August 20th and a meer eight days later the bag had arrived. 
The craftsmanship of the dice bag is excellent, with solid stitching and a double layer of resiliant fabric. Giving the bag a gentle test I foud that the craftsmanship is as solid as it is neat. There are no hanging threads or other visible defects at all. 
The design of the bag is also quite good, with a flat bottom that allows the bag to sit upright, with very little danger of tipping over or spilling. I am already looking forward to using it during my next game. The bag is nicely sized, with carrying capacity to spare In the pictures you will notice that it has plenty of room, even with all 125 of the munitorium dice. I have no doubt that this bag could easily hold my entire collection of 40k dice with room to spare for a small tape measure and any other small gaming aids I might think of. 
My only complaint is that the drawstrings have a little trouble holding the opening of the bag completely closed, but I think that’s more due to the fact that it’s still new and the fabric is a little stiff. Looping the drawstrings around and tying them with a single knot keeps the bag nice and secure though with nothing to worry about. 
All in all I strongly urge you to give his store a look. With plenty of different styles to chose from there is something for just about everyone. 
TL:DR
These dice bags are awesome give them a look!

[Links]
greyedout.etsy.com
facebook.com/GreyedOutProductions
twitter: @greylikestorms
Zoom Info

Product Review: Greyed Out Productions

Today I have for you something a little different. A review of a company I have had the pleasure to purchase from. 

With the wargaming hobby, there are many differences between games. We have so much choice nowdays, from 40k and fantasy to Infinity, Warmachine, Hordes, Battletech, and countless others. What most of these games have in common is that almost all of them use dice in one way or another. Over time most of us gamers tend to collect a number of dice, and keeping them in their origional little plastic containers doesn’t always seem to be the best option. Most of us end up with a dice bag of one type or another. Dice bags come in all shapes and sizes, with the express goal of holding your dice. Not all dice bags are created equal though, some are too small, and all too many of the commercially made ones are just flimsy, with either the cords falling apart or the bag itself wearing out at the seams, with the same result, dice all over the floor, or spilled across the car, the inside of a backpack, with some never to be seen again. 

Enter Greyed Out Productions, run by Micheal Althauser. Greyed Out produces dice bags, marketed under the label of “high quality dice bags” Let me tell you that from my experience, this is absolutely true. I ordered a bag from his Etsy store [links below] on August 20th and a meer eight days later the bag had arrived. 

The craftsmanship of the dice bag is excellent, with solid stitching and a double layer of resiliant fabric. Giving the bag a gentle test I foud that the craftsmanship is as solid as it is neat. There are no hanging threads or other visible defects at all. 

The design of the bag is also quite good, with a flat bottom that allows the bag to sit upright, with very little danger of tipping over or spilling. I am already looking forward to using it during my next game. The bag is nicely sized, with carrying capacity to spare In the pictures you will notice that it has plenty of room, even with all 125 of the munitorium dice. I have no doubt that this bag could easily hold my entire collection of 40k dice with room to spare for a small tape measure and any other small gaming aids I might think of. 

My only complaint is that the drawstrings have a little trouble holding the opening of the bag completely closed, but I think that’s more due to the fact that it’s still new and the fabric is a little stiff. Looping the drawstrings around and tying them with a single knot keeps the bag nice and secure though with nothing to worry about. 

All in all I strongly urge you to give his store a look. With plenty of different styles to chose from there is something for just about everyone. 

TL:DR

These dice bags are awesome give them a look!

[Links]

greyedout.etsy.com

facebook.com/GreyedOutProductions

twitter: @greylikestorms

Two marines stood, with a Tech-priest of the Adeptus Mechanus standing before them with his back turned. He spoke swiftly in the cant of the Techna Lingua, his rapid speach indecipherable to the uninitiated. To his left Lukas shifted in his baroque tactical dreadnought armor. At the tech-priest’s right Dominus Janquin stood still, his axe held at rest, one hand on the top of the blade, the pommel resting against the stone floor. The techpriest’s chant reached a fever pitch as a set of eyes blazed in the darkness, and as the priests chant ended, it was returned, a booming set of vox casters echoing out the response, the deep bass vibrating through the floor. The tech-priest turned, looking at the two marines and spoke, this time in triumphant High Gothic “The machine awakens!”
I love how the Castellax looks, it’s an awesome model. I hate how finicky it is to put together, and I’m still not overly pleased with the angle on the shoulder mounted cannon, but I don’t really feel like working on it more would do much better. As always, comments and critique are more than welcome, though please be gentle, my cell phone does not take good pictures. 
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Two marines stood, with a Tech-priest of the Adeptus Mechanus standing before them with his back turned. He spoke swiftly in the cant of the Techna Lingua, his rapid speach indecipherable to the uninitiated. To his left Lukas shifted in his baroque tactical dreadnought armor. At the tech-priest’s right Dominus Janquin stood still, his axe held at rest, one hand on the top of the blade, the pommel resting against the stone floor. The techpriest’s chant reached a fever pitch as a set of eyes blazed in the darkness, and as the priests chant ended, it was returned, a booming set of vox casters echoing out the response, the deep bass vibrating through the floor. The tech-priest turned, looking at the two marines and spoke, this time in triumphant High Gothic “The machine awakens!”
I love how the Castellax looks, it’s an awesome model. I hate how finicky it is to put together, and I’m still not overly pleased with the angle on the shoulder mounted cannon, but I don’t really feel like working on it more would do much better. As always, comments and critique are more than welcome, though please be gentle, my cell phone does not take good pictures. 
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Two marines stood, with a Tech-priest of the Adeptus Mechanus standing before them with his back turned. He spoke swiftly in the cant of the Techna Lingua, his rapid speach indecipherable to the uninitiated. To his left Lukas shifted in his baroque tactical dreadnought armor. At the tech-priest’s right Dominus Janquin stood still, his axe held at rest, one hand on the top of the blade, the pommel resting against the stone floor. The techpriest’s chant reached a fever pitch as a set of eyes blazed in the darkness, and as the priests chant ended, it was returned, a booming set of vox casters echoing out the response, the deep bass vibrating through the floor. The tech-priest turned, looking at the two marines and spoke, this time in triumphant High Gothic “The machine awakens!”
I love how the Castellax looks, it’s an awesome model. I hate how finicky it is to put together, and I’m still not overly pleased with the angle on the shoulder mounted cannon, but I don’t really feel like working on it more would do much better. As always, comments and critique are more than welcome, though please be gentle, my cell phone does not take good pictures. 
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Two marines stood, with a Tech-priest of the Adeptus Mechanus standing before them with his back turned. He spoke swiftly in the cant of the Techna Lingua, his rapid speach indecipherable to the uninitiated. To his left Lukas shifted in his baroque tactical dreadnought armor. At the tech-priest’s right Dominus Janquin stood still, his axe held at rest, one hand on the top of the blade, the pommel resting against the stone floor. The techpriest’s chant reached a fever pitch as a set of eyes blazed in the darkness, and as the priests chant ended, it was returned, a booming set of vox casters echoing out the response, the deep bass vibrating through the floor. The tech-priest turned, looking at the two marines and spoke, this time in triumphant High Gothic “The machine awakens!”
I love how the Castellax looks, it’s an awesome model. I hate how finicky it is to put together, and I’m still not overly pleased with the angle on the shoulder mounted cannon, but I don’t really feel like working on it more would do much better. As always, comments and critique are more than welcome, though please be gentle, my cell phone does not take good pictures. 
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Two marines stood, with a Tech-priest of the Adeptus Mechanus standing before them with his back turned. He spoke swiftly in the cant of the Techna Lingua, his rapid speach indecipherable to the uninitiated. To his left Lukas shifted in his baroque tactical dreadnought armor. At the tech-priest’s right Dominus Janquin stood still, his axe held at rest, one hand on the top of the blade, the pommel resting against the stone floor. The techpriest’s chant reached a fever pitch as a set of eyes blazed in the darkness, and as the priests chant ended, it was returned, a booming set of vox casters echoing out the response, the deep bass vibrating through the floor. The tech-priest turned, looking at the two marines and spoke, this time in triumphant High Gothic “The machine awakens!”
I love how the Castellax looks, it’s an awesome model. I hate how finicky it is to put together, and I’m still not overly pleased with the angle on the shoulder mounted cannon, but I don’t really feel like working on it more would do much better. As always, comments and critique are more than welcome, though please be gentle, my cell phone does not take good pictures. 
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Two marines stood, with a Tech-priest of the Adeptus Mechanus standing before them with his back turned. He spoke swiftly in the cant of the Techna Lingua, his rapid speach indecipherable to the uninitiated. To his left Lukas shifted in his baroque tactical dreadnought armor. At the tech-priest’s right Dominus Janquin stood still, his axe held at rest, one hand on the top of the blade, the pommel resting against the stone floor. The techpriest’s chant reached a fever pitch as a set of eyes blazed in the darkness, and as the priests chant ended, it was returned, a booming set of vox casters echoing out the response, the deep bass vibrating through the floor. The tech-priest turned, looking at the two marines and spoke, this time in triumphant High Gothic “The machine awakens!”
I love how the Castellax looks, it’s an awesome model. I hate how finicky it is to put together, and I’m still not overly pleased with the angle on the shoulder mounted cannon, but I don’t really feel like working on it more would do much better. As always, comments and critique are more than welcome, though please be gentle, my cell phone does not take good pictures. 
Zoom Info

Two marines stood, with a Tech-priest of the Adeptus Mechanus standing before them with his back turned. He spoke swiftly in the cant of the Techna Lingua, his rapid speach indecipherable to the uninitiated. To his left Lukas shifted in his baroque tactical dreadnought armor. At the tech-priest’s right Dominus Janquin stood still, his axe held at rest, one hand on the top of the blade, the pommel resting against the stone floor. The techpriest’s chant reached a fever pitch as a set of eyes blazed in the darkness, and as the priests chant ended, it was returned, a booming set of vox casters echoing out the response, the deep bass vibrating through the floor. The tech-priest turned, looking at the two marines and spoke, this time in triumphant High Gothic “The machine awakens!”

I love how the Castellax looks, it’s an awesome model. I hate how finicky it is to put together, and I’m still not overly pleased with the angle on the shoulder mounted cannon, but I don’t really feel like working on it more would do much better. As always, comments and critique are more than welcome, though please be gentle, my cell phone does not take good pictures. 

A nameless terminator of the Khorne warband. He was once a warrior capable of impressive tactics and foresight, however after being on the wrong end of a heavy flamer, He was barbecued alive in his armor, the burning promethium that poured over him had left him as near dead and destroyed in both body and mind. The dark Mechanus toiled for weeks to restore his body. Nicknamed “The beast of Khorne” He is chained to the bulkheads in between battles. Once on the battlefield however, he slips into a semblance of clarity, fighting with as much skill as ever, In the battles he is alive again, and he dreads the end of the battle where his mind will once again slip into the bestial state. 
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A nameless terminator of the Khorne warband. He was once a warrior capable of impressive tactics and foresight, however after being on the wrong end of a heavy flamer, He was barbecued alive in his armor, the burning promethium that poured over him had left him as near dead and destroyed in both body and mind. The dark Mechanus toiled for weeks to restore his body. Nicknamed “The beast of Khorne” He is chained to the bulkheads in between battles. Once on the battlefield however, he slips into a semblance of clarity, fighting with as much skill as ever, In the battles he is alive again, and he dreads the end of the battle where his mind will once again slip into the bestial state. 
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A nameless terminator of the Khorne warband. He was once a warrior capable of impressive tactics and foresight, however after being on the wrong end of a heavy flamer, He was barbecued alive in his armor, the burning promethium that poured over him had left him as near dead and destroyed in both body and mind. The dark Mechanus toiled for weeks to restore his body. Nicknamed “The beast of Khorne” He is chained to the bulkheads in between battles. Once on the battlefield however, he slips into a semblance of clarity, fighting with as much skill as ever, In the battles he is alive again, and he dreads the end of the battle where his mind will once again slip into the bestial state. 
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A nameless terminator of the Khorne warband. He was once a warrior capable of impressive tactics and foresight, however after being on the wrong end of a heavy flamer, He was barbecued alive in his armor, the burning promethium that poured over him had left him as near dead and destroyed in both body and mind. The dark Mechanus toiled for weeks to restore his body. Nicknamed “The beast of Khorne” He is chained to the bulkheads in between battles. Once on the battlefield however, he slips into a semblance of clarity, fighting with as much skill as ever, In the battles he is alive again, and he dreads the end of the battle where his mind will once again slip into the bestial state. 
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A nameless terminator of the Khorne warband. He was once a warrior capable of impressive tactics and foresight, however after being on the wrong end of a heavy flamer, He was barbecued alive in his armor, the burning promethium that poured over him had left him as near dead and destroyed in both body and mind. The dark Mechanus toiled for weeks to restore his body. Nicknamed “The beast of Khorne” He is chained to the bulkheads in between battles. Once on the battlefield however, he slips into a semblance of clarity, fighting with as much skill as ever, In the battles he is alive again, and he dreads the end of the battle where his mind will once again slip into the bestial state. 
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A nameless terminator of the Khorne warband. He was once a warrior capable of impressive tactics and foresight, however after being on the wrong end of a heavy flamer, He was barbecued alive in his armor, the burning promethium that poured over him had left him as near dead and destroyed in both body and mind. The dark Mechanus toiled for weeks to restore his body. Nicknamed “The beast of Khorne” He is chained to the bulkheads in between battles. Once on the battlefield however, he slips into a semblance of clarity, fighting with as much skill as ever, In the battles he is alive again, and he dreads the end of the battle where his mind will once again slip into the bestial state. 
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A nameless terminator of the Khorne warband. He was once a warrior capable of impressive tactics and foresight, however after being on the wrong end of a heavy flamer, He was barbecued alive in his armor, the burning promethium that poured over him had left him as near dead and destroyed in both body and mind. The dark Mechanus toiled for weeks to restore his body. Nicknamed “The beast of Khorne” He is chained to the bulkheads in between battles. Once on the battlefield however, he slips into a semblance of clarity, fighting with as much skill as ever, In the battles he is alive again, and he dreads the end of the battle where his mind will once again slip into the bestial state. 

It seems that I didn’t take very many pictures of this squad, but here is the second of my 20 man Siege Breacher squads. Armed with boltguns like the other squad. With the two squads I am able to run a rather decent “Stone Gauntlet” list thanks to the rules in Horus Heresy Book 3. With these models painted I’m over 100 Imperial Fists painted, which is a huge milestone for me because I have never had an army get this big before. I’m excited to continue working on the models, and I look forward to sharing more with you as they are finished. Look forward to More Imperial Fists and more Khorne as well!
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It seems that I didn’t take very many pictures of this squad, but here is the second of my 20 man Siege Breacher squads. Armed with boltguns like the other squad. With the two squads I am able to run a rather decent “Stone Gauntlet” list thanks to the rules in Horus Heresy Book 3. With these models painted I’m over 100 Imperial Fists painted, which is a huge milestone for me because I have never had an army get this big before. I’m excited to continue working on the models, and I look forward to sharing more with you as they are finished. Look forward to More Imperial Fists and more Khorne as well!
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It seems that I didn’t take very many pictures of this squad, but here is the second of my 20 man Siege Breacher squads. Armed with boltguns like the other squad. With the two squads I am able to run a rather decent “Stone Gauntlet” list thanks to the rules in Horus Heresy Book 3. With these models painted I’m over 100 Imperial Fists painted, which is a huge milestone for me because I have never had an army get this big before. I’m excited to continue working on the models, and I look forward to sharing more with you as they are finished. Look forward to More Imperial Fists and more Khorne as well!
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It seems that I didn’t take very many pictures of this squad, but here is the second of my 20 man Siege Breacher squads. Armed with boltguns like the other squad. With the two squads I am able to run a rather decent “Stone Gauntlet” list thanks to the rules in Horus Heresy Book 3. With these models painted I’m over 100 Imperial Fists painted, which is a huge milestone for me because I have never had an army get this big before. I’m excited to continue working on the models, and I look forward to sharing more with you as they are finished. Look forward to More Imperial Fists and more Khorne as well!

Sometimes additional firepower is a must when the Astartes must take the field, and in lieu of heavy vehicles, the Rapier weapons platform has found a role in tight quarters. The rapier’s Laser destroyer is a proven weapon that is capable of burning through a bulkhead door, or through enemy armor. Accompanying the rapier, as one of it’s crewmen, Brother Castor carries an auspex, his near paranoid review of it’s readings having denied foes the benefit of ambush more than once, as well as allowing the rapier to incinerate foes hiding behind debris. 
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Sometimes additional firepower is a must when the Astartes must take the field, and in lieu of heavy vehicles, the Rapier weapons platform has found a role in tight quarters. The rapier’s Laser destroyer is a proven weapon that is capable of burning through a bulkhead door, or through enemy armor. Accompanying the rapier, as one of it’s crewmen, Brother Castor carries an auspex, his near paranoid review of it’s readings having denied foes the benefit of ambush more than once, as well as allowing the rapier to incinerate foes hiding behind debris. 
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Sometimes additional firepower is a must when the Astartes must take the field, and in lieu of heavy vehicles, the Rapier weapons platform has found a role in tight quarters. The rapier’s Laser destroyer is a proven weapon that is capable of burning through a bulkhead door, or through enemy armor. Accompanying the rapier, as one of it’s crewmen, Brother Castor carries an auspex, his near paranoid review of it’s readings having denied foes the benefit of ambush more than once, as well as allowing the rapier to incinerate foes hiding behind debris. 
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Sometimes additional firepower is a must when the Astartes must take the field, and in lieu of heavy vehicles, the Rapier weapons platform has found a role in tight quarters. The rapier’s Laser destroyer is a proven weapon that is capable of burning through a bulkhead door, or through enemy armor. Accompanying the rapier, as one of it’s crewmen, Brother Castor carries an auspex, his near paranoid review of it’s readings having denied foes the benefit of ambush more than once, as well as allowing the rapier to incinerate foes hiding behind debris. 
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Sometimes additional firepower is a must when the Astartes must take the field, and in lieu of heavy vehicles, the Rapier weapons platform has found a role in tight quarters. The rapier’s Laser destroyer is a proven weapon that is capable of burning through a bulkhead door, or through enemy armor. Accompanying the rapier, as one of it’s crewmen, Brother Castor carries an auspex, his near paranoid review of it’s readings having denied foes the benefit of ambush more than once, as well as allowing the rapier to incinerate foes hiding behind debris. 
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Sometimes additional firepower is a must when the Astartes must take the field, and in lieu of heavy vehicles, the Rapier weapons platform has found a role in tight quarters. The rapier’s Laser destroyer is a proven weapon that is capable of burning through a bulkhead door, or through enemy armor. Accompanying the rapier, as one of it’s crewmen, Brother Castor carries an auspex, his near paranoid review of it’s readings having denied foes the benefit of ambush more than once, as well as allowing the rapier to incinerate foes hiding behind debris. 

So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 
I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 
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So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 
I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 
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So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 
I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 
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So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 
I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 
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So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 
I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 
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So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 
I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 
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So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 
I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 
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So I had just finished painting up the last of the 40 Tactical Marines when lo and behold Forge world comes out with book three and the Imperial Fists rules. 

I present to you the first of two 20 man Siege Breacher Squads. Armed with the boltgun and a boarding shield, these marines stride fearlessly into battle. With hardened armor to protect them from the cold embrace of the void, or the chemical death of many weapons, there is little that can hope to shift them from their position, or deny them an advance. 

Sometimes live gives you lemons, sometimes things get frustrating, sometimes you just BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE.
I’ve been doing large batch painting for long enough that it was almost odd to paint a single figure at once. It definitely feels like it takes longer when you have to wait for things to dry instead of skipping right to the next figure. All in all I am really pleased with how this model came out, though I may make a couple changes to it over time. I tried out the new Agrellan Earth and Blood for the Blood God paints, both have their uses, and I look forward to more experimenting with them in the future. Now a challenge for you all. 
Can any of you name all the kits that went into this model?
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Sometimes live gives you lemons, sometimes things get frustrating, sometimes you just BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE.
I’ve been doing large batch painting for long enough that it was almost odd to paint a single figure at once. It definitely feels like it takes longer when you have to wait for things to dry instead of skipping right to the next figure. All in all I am really pleased with how this model came out, though I may make a couple changes to it over time. I tried out the new Agrellan Earth and Blood for the Blood God paints, both have their uses, and I look forward to more experimenting with them in the future. Now a challenge for you all. 
Can any of you name all the kits that went into this model?
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Sometimes live gives you lemons, sometimes things get frustrating, sometimes you just BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE.
I’ve been doing large batch painting for long enough that it was almost odd to paint a single figure at once. It definitely feels like it takes longer when you have to wait for things to dry instead of skipping right to the next figure. All in all I am really pleased with how this model came out, though I may make a couple changes to it over time. I tried out the new Agrellan Earth and Blood for the Blood God paints, both have their uses, and I look forward to more experimenting with them in the future. Now a challenge for you all. 
Can any of you name all the kits that went into this model?
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Sometimes live gives you lemons, sometimes things get frustrating, sometimes you just BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE.
I’ve been doing large batch painting for long enough that it was almost odd to paint a single figure at once. It definitely feels like it takes longer when you have to wait for things to dry instead of skipping right to the next figure. All in all I am really pleased with how this model came out, though I may make a couple changes to it over time. I tried out the new Agrellan Earth and Blood for the Blood God paints, both have their uses, and I look forward to more experimenting with them in the future. Now a challenge for you all. 
Can any of you name all the kits that went into this model?
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Sometimes live gives you lemons, sometimes things get frustrating, sometimes you just BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE.
I’ve been doing large batch painting for long enough that it was almost odd to paint a single figure at once. It definitely feels like it takes longer when you have to wait for things to dry instead of skipping right to the next figure. All in all I am really pleased with how this model came out, though I may make a couple changes to it over time. I tried out the new Agrellan Earth and Blood for the Blood God paints, both have their uses, and I look forward to more experimenting with them in the future. Now a challenge for you all. 
Can any of you name all the kits that went into this model?
Zoom Info
Sometimes live gives you lemons, sometimes things get frustrating, sometimes you just BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE.
I’ve been doing large batch painting for long enough that it was almost odd to paint a single figure at once. It definitely feels like it takes longer when you have to wait for things to dry instead of skipping right to the next figure. All in all I am really pleased with how this model came out, though I may make a couple changes to it over time. I tried out the new Agrellan Earth and Blood for the Blood God paints, both have their uses, and I look forward to more experimenting with them in the future. Now a challenge for you all. 
Can any of you name all the kits that went into this model?
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Sometimes live gives you lemons, sometimes things get frustrating, sometimes you just BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE.

I’ve been doing large batch painting for long enough that it was almost odd to paint a single figure at once. It definitely feels like it takes longer when you have to wait for things to dry instead of skipping right to the next figure. All in all I am really pleased with how this model came out, though I may make a couple changes to it over time. I tried out the new Agrellan Earth and Blood for the Blood God paints, both have their uses, and I look forward to more experimenting with them in the future. Now a challenge for you all. 

Can any of you name all the kits that went into this model?

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