Saturday, 15 September 2012


 Hey guys guess what white dwarf is comming out new with a new format, so stay tuned for more news.

Tuesday, 11 September 2012

VOX CASTER: 6th ed Starter Set

The 6th ed starter set came out and it is pretty awesome featuring lots of Dark Angels, and Chaos. There are new Chaos figures including two squads of cultits, in short a greate starter set.

Orks Orks Orkity Orks


It has been a long time since I posted on y blog, but that doesnt mean I haven't been doing much, 'cause I have infact I made two plaster of paris molds an example of how they came out are given in the picture, i.e the rocky formations. The bases were originally mud ones now they are sand ones I'll have a tutorial on that. I made around 23 bases like that. I painted sevral orks, desert themed, but this was the best i'll have a tutorial on how to make these awsome orks with ease, and finally the paint can is my work in progress Killa-Kan, it'll look awesomer when im done, I decided to call it Killey-Billey.

Friday, 3 August 2012


Tamiya miniatures are cool also and can be used to make conversions on Games Workshop miniatures and a myriad of other uses.

Sunday, 15 July 2012

VOX CASTER:Metal To Finecast

I went to the GW site and saw that many of the metal models are now resin cast. I dont exactly like this because, metal is just awesome. This also means miscasts which in my perspective is not good. I think there are a few new ones as well but ididnt go check every single one out.

Sunday, 1 July 2012

The Vox Caster: New Releases

Well GW has released their 6th ed rules, White Dwarf has the rule changes and there is a servo skull tape measure, which equals to awsome. You should check it out.

Showcase: Ork Nob

This litle guy is a Nob.

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Vox Caster: 6th ed Rumors

The games workshop teaser leaves much unclear and I dont exactly like the fact that there is a new edition coming out, I mean I just started, I will continue to play 5th ed although I am interested in seeing the starter box for it. I believe it will be Space Marines and Chaos Daemons, but we will have to wait and see.

Terminators 40k

Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Monday, 19 March 2012

Friday, 24 February 2012

Imperial Guard

 Hey guys, on my last post I talked about what wargame to choose, I have just started an Imperial Guard army, and have not even completed a single unit, but I have done some research. Now there are some ways to start this army on the cheap. Usually you would buy the 30 dollar units, but instead you can take boxes of the 8.25 dollar figures and use green-stuff to convert some of them into saergents.

Thursday, 23 February 2012

What Wargame to Choose

   There are quite allot of options for wargaming, and many different genres as well. I like to divide it into two main genres: sci-fi and historical.
                            Sci-Fi wargaming is more about the future, and can be seen in Warahmmer 40k is a great example of this, it is one of the most popular wargames, and is produced by Games Workshop. I highly recommend this genre because it is easier to make terrain for this genre. It also fun painting them as no particular paint scheme has to be followed.

                            Historical wargaming, is for those into the different countries/ kingdoms of history. It is purely based on history. These are fun too. But they are harder to paint as one has to paint them properly according to the time period.

Saturday, 28 January 2012

Tricks for Basing

Basing is required in most wargames, and miniatures, we can use a simple pen cap for making the process faster but still with great accuracy. It is not recommended for small bases but instead for 4 mm bases. You can cover allot of the base easily.
 First you must put your choice of soil in the pen cap, and slowly turn the top, you will see that with allot less sand allot of area can be covered.

Monday, 2 January 2012

How to Build Miniature Ruins Step 3: Painting

 Painting is both an important and fun process of making a miniature ruin. One, has to be imaginative while carrying out this stage of making a miniature ruin. There are several colors that represent several aspects of a ruin
Spotlight, Courtesy: Games Workshop
 for example grey means cement, I think the rest is easy, but remember if you are putting a spotlight on a piece of Warhammer 40k terrain pieces than remember the light part has to be Persian or regal blue. As shown right.
    Other than that just use your imagination.
Grey Colored Ruin Made to Look Like Cement