A Triumphant Return to 40k?

6 thoughts on “A Triumphant Return to 40k?”

  1. Stunning work so far! Though I’m not very knowledgeable about Warhammer lore, that colour scheme really suits the model!

    I have always appreciated (but also been daunted by) the complexity of a lot of Warhammer models. I can totally understand wanting to hone your painting skills on these lovely models and you’re doing a great job!

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    1. Thank you 🙂 I’m the same way and I don’t know a ton about 40k or the lore any more either. If you want to paint the models up as well as you can, 40k minis take a ton of time. I think LOTR’s scale and level of detail lend themselves much more to painting them well and getting them on the tabletop in a timely fashion but I’m clearly biased 😀


  2. My miniature wargaming hobby started with 40k, so it always has a warm place in my heart. But I doubt I would collect it again. But the 40k miniatures certainly are pretty, especially when painted well. Great start on this miniature and good luck in the painting competition. 😀

    On Sat, Jul 20, 2019 at 3:16 PM Battles in Middle Earth wrote:

    > Kuribo posted: “As I mentioned in my last post, I have been working on > something that is display quality and outside of Middle Earth. I actually > started this hobby by painting Warhammer and 40,000 before LOTR was > released and while I quit in high school and doubt I’d ev” >

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    1. Glad to hear I’m not the only one who won’t collect it again and who started with it 🙂 Thanks! I’ll be relieved when this guy is done and I can get back to focusing on MESBG stuff 😀


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