Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Forgeworld News: Video History of the Rhino and Land Raider

Today, Forgeworld surprised the 40K community with an excellent new addition to their YouTube Channel, Forge World Visual Feed.

Land Raiders Being Painted in the Forgeworld Video
In this video they discuss the long and dedicated history of both the ubiquitous Rhino, and the Space Marines' heavy tank of choice, the Land Raider. They present a variety of models detailing the different marks of both vehicles, and revealing what Forgeworld has in store for the near future of their Land Raider Line.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Editorial: 40K In The News? Journalist Amok!

Is all publicity good publicity? Image courtesy 122nd Cadian Blog.
It's not often that our hobby gets coverage in the main stream news, so you would think we hobbyists would appreciate the press when we do get it.

Unfortunately, not all journalism is created equally, as the Warhammer 40,000 community and 40K enthusiasts who were interviewed for a news magazine article, learned yesterday in Greece.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Trailer: The Lord Inquisitor

Every so often, somebody comes a long and turns the world on its head.

In this case, it just happens to be the world of 40K in cinema.

Below is a trailer from a 40K Fanatic (that is all he can be to put all his heart and soul into such a project) who goes by the name of Warpgazer on Youtube.

It's obvious he has a severe talent for CG Animation, as well as an eye for cinematography. I think he has the makings of something glorious, and wish him all the success in the world on this.

Good luck Warpgazer, and thanks for this awesome trailer.

Monday, November 07, 2011

Liquid Green Stuff and its Coincidence to Finecast Quality

Games Workshop's
Liquid Green Stuff
Regardless of the timing and the perception of why it was released due to the failures of the Games Workshop Finecast quality control, Liquid Green Stuff is actually a very good product for gap filling that Games Workshop must have had in development far before the first finecast models hit the shelves, with all their deficiencies.