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  1. Ok so pivoting the army a bit. I think I will be heading more for the Ynnari side of things. Fluff wise the Altansar were apparently one of if not the first craftworld to begin to support Yvraine and the formation of the Ynnari. So I can still build the bulk of the force around this craftworld with additional DE/harls in roles I feel Altansar would be lacking in. I have read something about using multiple detachments when doing this to maximise faction bonuses? Anybody got a quick explainer on that? Creating the Altansar I was going to run the guardian to hit rerolls on 1+
  2. I will update the title once I work out whether this will be Harlequins or Altansar craftworld. I have been out of the hobby for quite a long time. I'll admit I have painted the odd mini here and there over the last 7/8 years but I could count the total on two hands. This project is two fold. 1) build a small force I can begin playing 40k with at my local gaming store and get to know people there (Irresistible force Qld) learn 40k again as I have not played since third edition I'd say. 2) paint.. this was always my favorite side of the hobby. I found it relaxing
  3. I'm throwing down. Minimum 1000 points either Harlequins or altansar aeldari. Nothing purchased yet, nothing painted. Been a long time out of the game and painting ECT so this year I'm planning on forcing myself to complete something so this is a great idea and using techniques I have never done before to get better at painting. I won't commit but I also would like to do a display board for this force.
  4. Geek gaming has a video about making a great sculpting medium for terrain. https://youtu.be/eail7eqdzxk
  5. I know this is a while ago but I thought I would interject for anybody that does read. Iwata Neo airbrush I found to be an amazing entry level brush. They can be found for anywhere from 80-110 bucks. Anybody selling them can get spare parts. Easy to clean and .3 or .35 needle (can't remember) I ended up using mine for about 2 years as I found for everything I was doing it was way more then capable and as my skill improved the airbrush was up to the task. I wouldn't say it's great for ultra fine detail work but for say batch painting undercoats, base coats a
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