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For Sigmar! | Age of Sigmar Stormbringer Magazine Project

So, in case you haven’t seen, Hachette Partworks have created yet another Warhammer magazine series entitled Stormbringer.

As part of the series you will build up a Stormcast Eternals and Kruleboyz armies, as well as a number of units from the Kharadron Overlords, Sylvaneth, Gloomspite Gitz and Ironjawz.

I used to have a Stormcast Eternals army, which I painted some time ago. So with this new series of magazines I decided to hit the restart button and start a new Stormcast army!

To this end, I’m going to try and paint along as each Stormcast model arrives.

Now sadly…my first batch of issues got lost in the warp. Booo.

I have now received that batch of issues, which was swiftly followed by the next few issues.

However I have now finished the first Stormcast model that arrives with the series, the Knight-Arcanum!

She’s called Raella Azurni. As you’ll see she’s painted with the colours of the Hallowed Knights. I’m hoping the more I paint this scheme, the more I’ll improve on it. I’m already thinking of using a lighter blue, and will continue to try and improve my highlighting.

The reason I went for this scheme is because I like the range of colours and the rules/lore for the Hallowed Knights feel like an army I can really get into. To that end I’ll be looking to pick up the Gardus Steel-Soul novels for further inspiration.

As I eluded to earlier, my next update will at the very least include 5 Vindictors. I say at least as I had a Lord Arcanum on Dracolith and a Lord-Relictor unpainted, which I’ve now sprayed ready to join this army of Eternals.

Hopefully I can keep you all updated with how the project goes, and will throw in some battle report reviews as I give them a run out too!

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