TOURNAMENT Best Armies/Painted - BLACKOUT

To accompany episode 2 of the podcast, below are photos of the best army/painted nominees for BLACKOUT which we were all fortunate to attend 2 weekends ago. The owners name will link directly to their twitter for a cheeky extra follow.

 

Also make sure you check out https://www.mierce-miniatures.com/

 

Listener Questions

Once you've scrolled past the photos of the lovely armies, there are photos of each of our favorite models we have ever painted and a link to the light I use (and strongly recommend) in answer to a listener question.

 

Aaron Bailey - Slyvaneth

 

 

 

 

Ben Johnson - Flesh Eater Courts

 

 

John Greene - Slyvaneth 

 

 

 

Jon Warmington - Slyvaneth

 

 

 

 

 

 

Les Martin - Stormcasts

 

 

 

Mark Wildman - Disciples of Tzeentch

 

 

 

Paul Whitehead - Beastclaw Raiders

 

 

Russ Veal - Nighthaunt

 

 

Stephen Smith - Stormcasts

 

 

 

Richard Ciereszko - Mixed Chaos

 

The Award Winners

3rd Place - Sam (Bottle)  - Mixed Order

 

 

 

2nd Place - Rob Ellis - Mixed Order

 

 

 

 

1st Place - Ian Gilmore - Mixed Destruction

 

 

 

Judges Choice - Byron Orde - Mixed Order

 

 

 

Well done to all the winners, very well deserved. Listen to episode 2 to hear our comments/coverage of the armies

 

Listener Questions:

As promised click this link for the light I use for painting:  AWESOME LIGHT - fantastic light at a great price and I have been using mine for almost 2 years now.

 

This Beauty will serve you well

 

Also in answer to a listener question, here are the favorite models we have ever painted:

 

Mine:

 

This is an Infinity Aleph model that I painted roughly a year ago, I really enjoyed spending the time on a single miniature and getting it to a standard I am very happy with.

 

Rob:

 

Classic Rob level conversion and a really great colour scheme!

 

 

Ian:

 

 

A brave man taking on this scale mini and some beautiful free-hand!

 


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