The first regiment is finally ready to march. While only ten man strong it is definitely a start and I am rather proud of them. The champion, von Tegerhof, is an old Perry captain that lost an arm and a leg in some inglorious brawl. I am not sure which one of the twins that… Continue reading Witch Hammer – Black Metal
Unfortunately the good pace I maintained so far has slowed down to a crawl due to the fact that I have started studying again. That is of course something I am very happy about and it will hopefully lead to new opportunities in the future, but we are here for the Warhammer, not my life… Continue reading Witch Hammer – Bleeding Ostermark
Mad, Bad and Dangerous to know The oldhammer shenanigans continue! I took a break from painting peasant militia rabble and converted a couple of halberdiers to add a little bit of discipline to the army. When I first saw the old monopose Empire Halberdiers I was less than impressed, they just looked cheap and uninspired.… Continue reading Witch Hammer – For Ostermark!
Some of the best ogre miniatures have to be the ones Games Workshop made in the 1980's, be they imperials, vagabonds or other ruffians. You know the ones I am talking about. But I don't have any of them, so I had to make do with what I have for my band of ogre mercenaries,… Continue reading Witch Hammer – Difficult customers
Give me a thrashing! My endeavor in to the strange world of Warhammer Fantasy continues, no time like the present to dwell into that backwater of shit and horror. Flagellants are such a fun concept that I felt compelled to include them, even if I was a bit hesitant about using the Marauder nutters. Their… Continue reading Witch Hammer – If it doesn’t hurt, it doesn’t count
I have been quite inspired by the works of both Tammy and Kari and the old miniatures they have been painting. So with the Corona virus forcing me to stay home I thought it would be as good a time as any to dig up some of the old miniatures in my collection. I decided… Continue reading Witch Hammer – The old hammer is the new hammer