Recently I came across a Kickstarter campaign, a project headed by Mat Hart and Rich Loxam and artwork and sculpts provided by Doug Telford and Russ Charles. What attracted me to this project was the simplicity of the gameplay and a fantastic attention to quality as you can see in the image below of the Fishermen Guild’s captain, Shark.
The kickstarter has already reached the funding required but with 3 weeks left there is potential to still snap up earl bird deals, professionally painted team bundles and some lucky people can even design their own character with the team.
You can access early releases of rules, constant updates of new sculpts and artwork by clicking here. Most of the information is already on the kickstarter site so I’ll let you take a look yourself, but here’s a teaser video too.
So here’s a few shots from the Forge World website of some of the miniatures that will be released alongside the new set of rules for the Horus Heresy range; including the Fellblade Super Heavy Tank, the Typhon Heavy Siege Tank and the Scimitar Pattern Jetbike.
First up, the Fellblade Super Heavy Tank:
Next up, the Typhon Heavy Siege Tank:
And finally, the Scimitar Pattern Space Marine Legion Jetbike:
Along with a bunch of shoulder pads on the Forge World site. There’ll be more to come and I’ll try and keep you posted…
The internet has provided us with the ability of foresight once again by finding some leaked pictures of the new Necron models to be released.
In my opinion all of these new models look great, apart from the Tomb Blades which seem to look like the gun is too heavy and it’s dragging down the whole vehicle. My favourite model has to be the Canoptek Wraiths though, making a Necron army even more tempting…