In space noone can hear you paint

Posted: September 9, 2012 in Battlefleet Gothic, Work-In-Progress
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As those of you who follow me on Twitter will know, I have recently been working on an Imperial fleet for Battlefleet Gothic. I’ve only played one game of BFG but I really enjoyed it and really like the models. As with most of Games-Workshop’s Specialist Games range, it is relatively inexpensive easy to get into; the rules are free to download from the GW website and you don’t require all that many models to play.

Above you can see the current status of the fleet. Most models are largely finished and only need details such as weapons, figureheads and markings painting. The ships are nicely detailed and quick and easy to paint. In a later blog post I will give a step-by-step account of the colours and techniques used.

In other news, I have created a dedicated Miniature Miscellany email address and added a contact section (top of page) should you wish to get in touch with me. I have also created a Miniature Miscellany Facebook page which you can find here: http://www.facebook.com/MiniatureMiscellany

Have a great week,

Andy.

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