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  1. ROYAL AWAKENING & A BUG'S LIFE May 23rd - August 22nd 2022 This is the official announcement of not one, but TWO Xenos painting events: A Bug's Life and Royal awakening, which will occur over the next 3 months from May 23rd until August 22nd. Both events have run before, but this year, they're running together, an against one another! The side with the highest power level of completed vows wins and gets bragging rights. This is purely a fun event, with the end reward being more lovely painted models for you to enjoy on the table, with shout-outs to anyone performing spectacularly! I will be leading the Tyranids A Bug's Life challenge, while Daimyo-Phaeron Lenoch will be leading the Necrons Royal Awakening.Visit the Faction specific hubs for more information and to join in by making your vows: Tyranids: A Bug's Life Headquarters Necrons: Royal Awakening Headquarters FORMAT Anyone who has entered B&C painting events before will be familiar with the format: In the respective topics, make a vow in a post to commit to painting the models you wish to, and share a photo(s) of the unpainted model(s) you wish to paint, along with their name and power level. Before the end of the event, share a photo of your painted model, finished to Battle Ready Standard, as defined by GW on the previous link. Basically, that's all parts painted with: Base, shade paint, then technical on the base. If you haven't decided on a basing scheme yet, don't worry, but obviously based models look better! If you like, models can be cross-entered into other events such as Grotsmasha's Monthly Painting Challenge, so you can get extra kudos and share your work with those outside the respective Section. TIMING The event will run for three months from Monday 23rd May until Midnight GMT Monday 22nd August (3 calendar months), after which we'll have a showcase and a tot up of who's managed to paint the most in that time! The 'active' month will reset on the first Monday near the 22nd. PLEDGES We'll each pledge to paint at least one model to be painted over the course of the event, but your vow can be as small or large as you like. You get 4 repeat vows to play with, for 5 in total. Your vow can be as simple or ornate as you like, e.g.: I, Xenith, Commander of the Hive, pledge to paint a unit of three Biovores to the value of 6PL or ~150 points before the 22nd August 2022. Accompany that text with a picture of the vowed models, and you're good to go! If you like, post WIP photos in this thread, or start your own WIP log in the Tyranids or Necrons section to track your progress. SOCIAL We'll also be sharing your work on social media - if you have an IG account, use the #bolterandchainsword, #ABugsLife and #RoyalAwakening hashtags and you might see your models featured on the B&C accounts - make sure to follow @bolter.and.chainsword BADGE In honour of your taking part, there are signature badges which all entrants can proudly display to show your allegiance (and to promote the competition). Futher badges will be awarded based on level of participation and completion, and will be presented at the end of the event. SUMMARY Make a vow in the appropriate faction topic stating what you want to paint, with a photo and point values. Paint the models. Share photos of the painted models in that thread before the 22nd August. Repeat steps 1-3 until you've done it 5 times, or until the 22nd August!
  2. UPCOMING EVENT: SEPT - DEC 2019 "THE LIBER ASTARTES SWAP CHALLENGE" Greetings Brothers and Sisters of the LIBER! So for those of the Adeptus Astartes persuasion, it has been a very busy month with the release of a new Codex and Supplements, including the return of Chapter Tactics to really allow us Liberites to really go and have fun creating our unique Chapters of Space Marines. As a result and to help drum up further activity here and display some comradely fun, I am resurrecting an old event first championed in my old days by "Captain_Shrike" before "Ferrus Manus" took up the responsibility of the DIY Chapter Swap. Now this event will be a little bit different from that event of old if you are venerable enough to remember. This event will champion new writing of fresh Chapters of Space Marines, or alternatively, updating Chapter articles you have made here on the B&C (for older hands like myself I will likely follow this route. Jimmy: So, Brother Cambrius, how will this work? I am so glad that you asked me, Jimmy! So here is the planned breakdown of what will happen in 2 phases: PHASE 1 (September 3rd - October 31st) Participants must submit a complete DIY Chapter article by November 1st. By complete, I want to see an article that covers the basics on your Chapter to define who they are, what they do and what are they like to really help the person who will be creating a miniature from your Chapter in Phase 2. If you want to get a scope on what is needed at the bare minimum, you could look up some examples from Forge World entries on Chapters, which aren't a full codex or article entry, but really define the Chapter succinctly. Another good example are the mini IAs I have constructed over the years like the Avenging Fists and Demolishers. More detailed articles are most certainly encouraged as Phase 1 is all about creating and improving your Chapter with input from everyone else. Jimmy: But, Brother Cambrius, what about those Liberites who have submitted articles or have made an army of one of their numerous Chapters over the years and may not want to start afresh with a new Chapter? Jimmy you really are asking so many pertinent questions, aren't you? Well fret not Liberites! With the release of the new Codex and the whole Primaris addition and progression of the 40k Universe a while back, this opens up a fantastic opportunity for older hands to revive older articles if they desire and update them to the current timeline. Are they destroyed, reborn with a large amount of Primaris, still the same but with newer responsibilities or moments of triumph/despair that have defined the Chapter's psyche and doctrines? All of this is fresh meat and fluff to chew and play around with. I'll be doing this myself with some of my older Chapter(s), depending on participation. Jimmy: What about those who make Index Traitoris articles on Chaos Marines and Renegades? Can they take part? Well Jimmy, yes they can! But numbers will be vital in ensuring they will have a partner who we can swap their Warband/Chapter with and can produce an appropriate model. If numbers are insufficient, the Moderati team will look into a work around. Now then Jimmy, it is clear you have been influenced by the foul notions of the Warp to even ask such a question, so off to Servitor indoctrination for you... Jimmy: Wait, what?! Moderati, no! Nooooo! -Ahem- Now, where were we? Articles must include an image of the chapter's heraldry and symbol (this can be done by including an image or images using a miniature you have painted, or the Space Marine Painters here on the B&C, or the GW Primaris variant). Participants must also include which Space Marine models they are willing and able to build and construct in the Vow they will submit when the event begins on September 3rd, as not everyone has Primaris marines yet, which would be a little awkward if they got an Ultima Founding Chapter. PHASE 2 (November 1st) It is at this point Chapter IA/Articles/IT submissions for this events are cut off and each participant is randomly assigned a chapter through a PM to build and paint a model of.You will have up to January 1st 2020 to complete their model(s). Participants will need to submit an image of their WIPs and Completed miniatures in the respective threads created at the start of Phase 2 in WIPs and the Hall of Honour, with direct links in the LIBER to these in the opening post of the Chapter Swap event thread. Further details on this phase will emerge as we get closer to the date when I construct the Phase 2 Master Post for participants. +++++ And that is it as an introduction! Plenty of details there for you to chew over and start planning possibly. But if you are making a fresh IA for this event, remember this does not start until September 3rd when the post to make your vows is uploaded to the Liber. For now, review your creations and armies and plastic, and see what you can possibly submit for this fine event. Oh, and there will be Banners for this event as well, and possibly some unique titles for specifically active participants as well. That's all for now! See you soon. Cambrius
  3. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here. The main event for Liber Day 2018 is now live: the Liber Cluster is revived and rearing to go - all it needs now is new blood, so head on over to take part You may carry on posting your awesome entries for the Heralds of the Liber event till the end of the day (in whichever timezone you are). Whether you're a beginner painter, writer, or experienced at both, don't hesitate to post what you have to show - we aren't here to judge, we're here to see the myriad colours of factions in the 41st Millenium and read the stories of the poor souls that live there.
  4. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  5. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  6. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  7. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  8. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  9. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  10. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  11. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  12. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  13. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  14. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  15. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  16. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  17. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  18. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  19. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  20. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  21. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  22. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  23. Greetings to you, Sororitas and Fraters! As you may know, March 17th is a special date for us: Liber Day! For the occasion, the Liber Mods are preparing a little celebration for all the DIYers out there. In the run-up, you can participate in the festivities by showing us the heraldry of your factions in the 40k and 30k settings, along with some of their character. To do so, all you need to do is to present the photo of a model painted in the colours of your DIY army, along with a short text presenting that model's great deeds performed in your name. Whether you paint a new model or use one that has been in your army for decades is up to you: what's important is that their faction should have their own visual identity (ie, it is your own personal colour scheme). The accompanying text should be between 100 and 200 words long: this could recount any battles it may have participated in on the tabletop or could be an exploration of the character's life in the grim darkness of the far future; if you need, take a look at the colour plates in the Forge World books to find inspiration. To provide some pointers, I shall also post some of these up myself over the course of the challenge. Should you complete this challenge on time for March 17th, all you need to do is post your work up in the Liber Day thread, and you will earn the title of Herald of the Liber, along with an identifying signature badge to wear proudly when going out and around the Bolter and Chainsword. Good luck, the Emperor Protects, Death to the False Emperor, and most importantly: have fun! To see other submissions or to add your own, click here.
  24. Month 16: The IV Legion If you missed last month's competition, and/or would like to learn the rules for this competition, please read the first post here: http://www.bolterand...gion/?p=3850046 If you dare to accept this challenge, please recite the following oath: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I, Brother Chaplain Kage, accept my role in this. I promise to lead the Iron Warriors into the zone of war and conduct them to battle. I will do so no matter the ferocity or ingenuity of the foe. I pledge my strength and honor to the IV Legion. On this matter, and by the Hammer of Olympia, I swear. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It's going up a day early 'cause I have to work on my day off tomorrow and wanted to make sure it went up. GLORY TO THE IV!
  25. Starting tomorrow, and running for the next month, the Necrontyr subforum will be hosting a conversion challenge! Details may be found here, and we'd greatly appreciate it if you joined us. (with thanks to Grotsmasha for some excellent images)
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