My brother Dennis has been collecting armies for Tzeentch for as long as we've been playing Warhammer, both for 40k and Fantasy (and now Age of Sigmar). The new Lord of Change model was enough to make ME want to collect a Tzeentch army, but I have waaaay to much going on to start another new project. However, I did get the chance to paint the daemon when Dennis bought it. He paints well, but wanted this giant monster to be a real centerpiece for his collection and took me up on my offer to do it.
I'm pretty pleased with the results...
Now this gives me the excuse to paint my Nurgle Glotkin model, the only thing I have in my cupboards that might stand a chance against this monster!
February 26, 2017
February 22, 2017
Ok, it's been really quiet around here for a while. I've not been idle, but I haven't really had time to post. I spent the last few months setting up the new online store for Warfare Miniatures USA. There's been lots of dealing with bureaucrats and banks, fiddling with HTML, doing math (ugh), and sorting piles of toy soldiers. Quindia Studios and Warfare Miniatures USA are officially licensed (and taxed) businesses!
There are over 150 codes available in the shop not including the flag sheets which feature more than 400 regiments. You can also order Donnybrook from the shop and any of the PDF's we offer.
There are still some items missing, but the store is growing and by this summer I should have the entire range of Warfare Miniatures available. The shop will be open for business on March 1st, 2017 at https://www.warfareminiaturesusa.com, but you can head over to the link now and sign up for the mailing list (once I figure out how that works)!