TJ here with a tutorial on making 3D Green Stuff chains from Dark Future Games. This tutorial was created by DFG author and sculptor Chris Vinton, but I cleaned it up and posted it here to get it out there in hopes that it helps others!
Last week I attended the EndGame Dropzone Commander Campaign, LEVIATHAN! As its economy is based on Intel, I had high hopes of being able to put some of the theories I put forward on collecting Intel and Objectives in DzC to the test (see Emulating Shaltari Shenanigans... Sort Of). Luckily, both missions I was part of focused on collecting I/O. Although the first was a rural map, I was able to adapt somewhat successfully.
Hello from Japan! During my latest trip to Tokyo I found a Workshop to plunder in the Nakano. After some uming and arrhing I ignored the new crater scenery, the Space Wolves codex and the three book rule set and went for the Deathstorm box set. For 16000 yen I was pleased with the value. It contained a box worth of Genestealers, three 'Nid warriors, a Carnifex, five jump pack SMs, five Terminators, a Furioso Dreadnought and two unique models as well as the mini rule book. This seems like an excellent bundle with plenty of savings overall.
TJ AKA Old School Terminator here from Dark Future Games to talk about converting Dreadclaws for your Chaos or you 30k army using just a single drop pod kit (technically less than the whole kit). I really dig the fact that using units like the Dreadclaw is becoming more widely accepted. Playing with these units shouldn't break a player's budget and it also shouldn't force them to resort to using the dreaded Pepsi Bottle Proxy. I want to revisit this tutorial, brush up the explanations and help distribute it to a whole other generation of players. Let's take a look.
I consistently get my PHR ass handed to me by Shaltari because of their speed, particularly on Objective (or Intel/Objective) based missions. Meta is that you should go for killing the gates, but if you're playing a smart player that may not be possible. So, I've been thinking on ways to emulate their Shaltnanigans. A couple of days ago something my gaming buddy, Chris Loomis, said crystalized my thinking.
Green Stuff Industries is looking for regular contributors of 40k content. In particular, modeling and conversion though posts on tactics and 40k in general would not be turned down. I, Novus (the one and only GSI employee), have made the move to Dropzone Commander and am not at all inclined to make the move back to 40k. This has left a content gap that could be filled by you!
Make yourself heard on a well established blog! Cut out all that "blog building" and start at the top... er, middle!
Content related to other games would also be very welcome! GSI has had many excellent contributions over the last 3 years from around the world.
If you're interested in a place to regularly post your work, tutorials, and other hobby content please drop me a line via the Contact Page!