The Primogenitor – Let there be blood among the stars

I seem to have entered a very productive phase, which is also necessary since the first battles inside the Primogenitor is almost upon us. Barely two months to go until some of the friends gathers in Helsinki. I found my muse among the diseased warriors of the XIVth Legion, Death Guard. The painting has been… Continue reading The Primogenitor – Let there be blood among the stars

The Primogenitor – A bulwark of iron and rust

Through the cold empty space between the stars moves a shadow of utter darkness, a vast, impossible conglomeration of voidships, a space hulk of the deep. Trapped within warpspace it has grown, drawing to itself new ships and meteors. Ever growing, ever hungry. The Primogenitor is the end of dreams, the iconoclast, the destroyer of… Continue reading The Primogenitor – A bulwark of iron and rust

Mordheim 2019 – Helge Wilhelm Dahl

Helge has taken part in some of our earlier games, both Outgard and Tor Megiddo. Unfortunately he could not make it to neither Rhossum Secundus nor Mordheim 2019, but he sent miniatures to both games. Helge keeps the blog Wilhelminiatures, but at the moment he is more active on Instagram. Sadly, I couldn’t participate in… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – Helge Wilhelm Dahl

Mordheim 2019 – John Blanche

John Blanche, a friend, an inspiration and an artist. You can find him on Facebook in many hobby groups. M19 represented not just a hobby challenge nor an excuse to meet old friends and make some new ones but a celebration of my favourite project of image creation as GW art director, the first project… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – John Blanche

The Primogenitor – battles without honour or humanity

And then darkness, decay and the Rotting God will hold illimitable dominion over all -the tomahawk man Art by Clint Langley Over on Iron Sleet our brothers have layed down the foundation for what promises to be an odyssey into atavistic darkness. Echoes of Imperium are honoured and thrilled to have been invited to participate… Continue reading The Primogenitor – battles without honour or humanity

Mordheim 2019 – Greg Wier

Greg is the third member of the Between the Bolter and Me collective. He is known for his analytical approach to the hobby, his love of details and his willingness to speak out on important issues. The three of them traveled form the United States to participate in Mordheim 2019 and it was a pleasure… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – Greg Wier

Mordheim 2019 – Adam Wier

Adam Wier from Between the Bolter and Me is famous for his meticulous conversions and his eye for details and realism. Together with his brothers he has sent miniatures to our Outgard and Tor Megiddo scenarios, but fortunately he was able to attend Mordheim 2019. I never played Mordheim when it was released in 1999.… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – Adam Wier

Mordheim 2019 – Johan Egerkrans

Our good friend Johan Egerkrans from the Convertorum is a known pillar of the community and needs no further introduction. Johan brought along not only an etheral Undead warband, but also some amazing gothic graveyard terrain that can be spotted in this post and also here. Johan Egekrans's undead, led by the nefarious vampire Graf… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – Johan Egerkrans

Mordheim 2019 – Alexander Alcazar Jönsson

Alexander Alcazar is the third Alexander of our cabal and a shadow member of Echoes of Imperium. Hailing from the endless dark of northern Sweden he is the man behind the Inquisitorium Facebook group. Having found the truth in radicalism he now dabbles in the chaotic freedom of the Inner Circle. When I was invited… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – Alexander Alcazar Jönsson

Mordheim 2019 – Matthew Ross

Matthew Ross kindly offered to make some characters for Mordheim 2019 that could lurk in the dark alleys of Mordheim. His fast and furious style of converting and painting helped create a unified group. Check out more from him on Instagram. Finding A Way to Your Own Style of Mini Creation If you’re reading this,… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – Matthew Ross