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Somebody’s already created an interior for their knight!
More incredible work from Chris Clayton.
The Knight Worlds supply the teeming forge worlds of the Adeptus Mechanicus with vital food and raw materials.Most of the Knight Worlds have a number of major landmasses covered with vast plains or lush forests. Through these empty wildernesses wander grazing herds of huge megasaurs, dinosaur-like creatures that either evolved naturally or were transplanted to the planet in the Dark Age of Technology. Packs of swift carnosaurs pursue the herds and the warrior knights in their armoured suits fight to keep them at bay.
The Knights must be constantly vigilant in order to keep not only the carnosaurs but also raiders from the Eldar Exodite clans at bay. The Servitor-run strip mines in the mountains must also be protected against rapacious pirates in search of gold, silver and uranium.
Year-long the Knights battle and patrol until the great ships arrive from the forge world, bringing new Knight suits,weapons, tools and mining machinery. They leave with their holds packed with ores and megasaur meat.Sometimes the warp storms are bad and the ships are delayed for months at a time, leaving the Knight Worlds teetering on the edge of anarchy.
When the Titan Legions march to war contingents from the Knight Worlds fight with them. Each noble family sends their own formation of armoured warriors called a Knight household. These households vie with one another in actsof valour and heroism on the battlefield as well as the spectacle of banners and individual heraldry emblazoned on each suit.
A review of Warhammer Diskwars that I did with my son. Our first video together.
I recently lost a good friend. He was one of my early gaming buddies and an all-around good friend. I’m trying to raise some money quickly so I can fly out for his funeral. If you have any interest in my work, adding to an existing collection of CSM models, or starting a new army, please consider bidding on one or several of these models.
Thanks to everybody who helped pass the word. I did manage to get out to the services. I appreciate the help.
I’m really liking the new box cover designs overall. I like the focus on the models. Having terrain and smoke and whatever else just made the box art too busy in my opinion. This is better. If I have a complaint it’s that you really have to hunt around to find the names of the things.
Oh, and the Wraith Knight looks like a fun kit to build.
Completed Dark Vengeance set. Painted on commission.
Painted in 2012, a set on Flickr.
Stuff I painted in 2012
A look at (most of) the miniatures that I painted in 2012. I try to photograph everything, but there’s still a few that didn’t get recorded.