Sunday, 12 January 2020

Monthly Vow January The 13th To February The 12th.

Had a bit of a spanner thrown into the works of the vow this month with the hospital shifts so the vow was altered to reflect this. For next month I've still got the irregular shift pattern for at least a week, maybe 2, so first part of the plan is minor, finish the sniper scouts and do one of the mk4 Chaplians to go with the Word Bearers dreadnought. Beyond that the chain fist from that dreadnought is going put on the World Eaters Mk 4, the shoulder will be getting a spare Reavor Titan fist, which I dug out last night, while moving the bits around I found something I think I can use to attach it to the shoulder, just need to get that one as well. As of today I'm not committing to much more with the Chaplian dread being the next big one.
Review Time
None of the planned buys happened.
The first thing I did was to get the Björns together for a review, I also pointed it up, and if I use the Scout in a 5 man Reivers Squad I can run this as 1000 point army.
Next thing up was the Forge World Grey Knight dreadnought, which was a bit of a rogue buy, I'd wanted to see how it looked. About now my work hours went bad.
And any plan I had was binned. I went ahead and made some effort to get some smaller stuff done so I could see I was achieving something, and to give me a back drop for photos.
I did one a day of the reactors and the plasma thing, mostly as a visual guide that I could see what I was doing
I also read a bit in the Codex and upgraded a spare Reiver to a Lieutenant and gave him a bigger base, which expands the Vanguard Company.
As a back drop for photos I like how this looks.
This one arrived and shared a bath with the Chaplian dread.
A Warhound titan gave up its feet for the World Eaters Mk 4 to replace the older version I had already painted for the Armies on Parade board.
Yes I do like the background now, some of Forge World mk4's .
This small conversion was the inspired by another hobbyist who'd already done this conversion, I took the Nurgle ly looking bits and pieces off, added a chainsword to the pole arm and then painted this one up in Legion colours for the Armies on Parade board.
I got one of the sniper scout squads done, but with the way I'm working currently I wasn't able to get the second squad done.
A mysterious Lord of the First Legion got painted up for the armies on parade board.
And lastly 3 of the finished pairs for the board.

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