Greetings traveller and welcome to a realm beyond the safety of your Astronomican. It’s time to start getting used to the idea that the Emperor’s Light doesn’t reach all the dark corners of the galaxy anymore.
You might remember NafNaf’s work from such blog post as Killer Space Clowns From My Nightmares. His Dark Eldar army is the sort of thing that wakes you at 3 am in a cold sweat. Well, he’s back with an Age Of Sigmar army taking a twisted look at the Sylvaneth.
She once was beautiful. The sun dappled leaves made shadows in her glade, where spring flowers grew, eternal in their beauty. Death had no power there, instead, the cycle of life renewed, again and again, safe within the bosom of her enveloping spirit.
It all starts off so nicely and goes down hill from there. Full of corruption and bloatedness and evil forest things. Remember THAT bit in the original Evil Dead movie? That’s what I’m talking about. Gnnh. Scary and well worth checking out.
One thing that draws me back to St. Andrews Wargaming is the amount of work Corrm does focussing on other hobbyists. The site boasts an impressive collection of interviews with other bloggers. It’s an impressive and interesting body of work called Better Know A Blogger. In another crazy community building service, he’s now doing army showcases. The first one looking at @PaintedByG‘s impressive Slaves to Darkness Warband. The thing that I found especially interesting about this army was the inspiration which was drawn from these images:
and lead to him producing this:
And we’ve all been there. Where a single image can inspire us to start a new army. I’ve always found the results satisfying, if not the level of the finished project. Like these! Wow.
If there’s one thing I love reading, it has to be a basing tutorial. And even better when they’re well written and easily understood. I’ve always found that the tutorials that assume I am an idiot and explain everything step-by-step and in detail are the best ones. Joe has built a huge repository of cool hobby material, including a published book! Anything that appears on Broken Paintbrush can be safely assured to be quality.
This has been Obscuring the Astronomican, where I randomly review blog posts that highlight some of the amazing hobbyists out there and I encourage you to check them out.
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