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  • Der Juli Rückblick. Es geht um den neuen Heredary von Vs. Dann wird die Umfrage zu den Fetish Brutes von VS vorgestellt und erleutert. Zum Abschluss gibt es noch Infos zu 2 Möglichkeiten Leute komplett oder wenigstens fast komplett kostenlos in T9A einzuführen.
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    Wenn dir dieses Video gefallen hat, dann lasse doch ein Like da und abonniere den Kanal. Besonders freuen wir uns über Feedback und Themenwünsche in den Kommentaren zu den Videos. Falls diese Folge für einen Freund oder Bekannten von dir interessant sein könnte, teile sie bitte mit ihm. Alle schon erschienenen Folgen findest du auch im Blog auf T9A (the-ninth-age.com/community/bl…ry-list/97-t9a-in-bayern/). Auch dort freuen wir uns über jeden Like. Folge uns doch auf Twitter (twitter.com/ain_t9), wenn du keine Ausgabe verpassen willst. [Read More]
  • BACK TO TABLETOP BABY!!! Been a while since we posted up on the blog, but what a way to start - we revisit a recent video that started the trend back to real life battles!

    Well, well, well! Our week of dedication to the Hobgoblins continues with a battle using the new book! Not only that though folks, it's a REAL LIFE BATTLE! So excited to bring you this, as the folks from PTG do battle across a table once again. There will be dice rolling...

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  • With the 2020-21 Master’s upon us, Tony and I catch up with Ed and have a good chinwag.


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    Into - Jan Morgenstern - Circling Dragons
    Outro - BoxCat Games - Battle 'Special'
    Sponsor music – Ice Man – SI-PML


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  • With the 2020-21 Master’s upon us, Tony and I catch up with Rory Stoves in advance of Round 1.

    Catch us on iTunes or, for MP3 download, visit www.tfwp.podomatic.com

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    Leave us a review on iTunes or your podcast provider!

    Our Sponsors:

    Goblin Gaming (via our link to help the show!) goblingaming.co.uk/?tap_a=18936-14583c&tap_s=116493-c9df92
    Products for Wargamers productsforwargamers.com/ remember to put TFWP in the notes when at checkout!
    Show Links:

    Free rules for The 9th Age – the-ninth-age.com/

    9th Age Tournament Updates - www.Tourneykeeper.net

    Credits Due:

    Music from the Freemusicarchive.org:
    Into - Jan Morgenstern - Circling Dragons
    Outro - BoxCat Games - Battle 'Special'
    Sponsor music – Ice Man – SI-PML

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  • With the imminent release of the Dread Elf book later this week, we got an early sneak peek for the purpose of bringing you all something to wet those beaks!We talk all things Character focusing on the six options available within the book.Enjoy!


    Catch us on iTunes or, for MP3 download, visit www.tfwp.podomatic.com


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    Show Links:

    Free rules for The 9th Age – the-ninth-age.com/


    9th Age Tournament Updates - www.Tourneykeeper.net


    Credits Due:

    Music from the Freemusicarchive.org:

    Into - Jan Morgenstern - Circling Dragons
    Outro - BoxCat Games - Battle 'Special'
    Sponsor music – Ice Man – SI-PML

    Sound effects from FreeSFX.co.uk [Read More]
  • Episode 48 – House War 2020


    Hello all! On this episode Tony and Paul are joined by Alistair Parren to discuss the House War. We also go off on tangents about Deamons, Dread Elves and other UB events that have been going on. Strap in, it’s a long one!


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    Our Sponsors:


    Goblin Gaming (via our link to help the show!) goblingaming.co.uk/?tap_a=18936-14583c&tap_s=116493-c9df92


    Products for Wargamers productsforwargamers.com/ remember to put TFWP in the notes when at checkout!


    Show Links:

    Free rules for The 9th Age – the-ninth-age.com/

    9th Age Tournament Updates - www.Tourneykeeper.net


    Credits Due:


    Music from the Freemusicarchive.org:

    Into - Jan Morgenstern - Circling Dragons
    Outro - BoxCat Games - Battle 'Special'
    Sponsor music – Ice Man – SI-PML


    Sound effects from FreeSFX.co.uk [Read More]
  • Two episodes in two months! We’re on a roll!
    On this packed show, team ‘Not Coming Last’ talk about our roller-coaster ride through the recent eight man team event – The Ocho! Grab some refreshment & hold onto your seats… here we go!

    Catch us on iTunes or, for MP3 download, visit www.tfwp.podomatic.com

    Contact/follow us via Twitter on:
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    @tonyhayle

    Email - TFW_Podcast@yahoo.co.uk

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    Leave us a review on iTunes or your podcast provider!

    Our Sponsors:

    Goblin Gaming (via our link to help the show!) goblingaming.co.uk/?tap_a=18936-14583c&tap_s=116493-c9df92

    Products for Wargamers productsforwargamers.com/ remember to put TFWP in the notes when at checkout!
    Show Links:

    Free rules for The 9th Agethe-ninth-age.com/

    9th Age Tournament Updates - www.Tourneykeeper.net

    Credits Due:

    Music from the Freemusicarchive.org:
    Into - Jan Morgenstern - Circling Dragons
    Outro - BoxCat Games - Battle 'Special'
    Sponsor music – Ice Man – SI-PML
    Sound effects from FreeSFX.co.uk [Read More]
  • Hello!

    I'm just writing a quick blog post about painting rust. Rust has become an obsession of mine over the last few years since i began painting it for my 40K Ork army. I've spent many an hour looking at Rust effects in the wild and just how different the colour of rust can be and the texture of rust can be. It's incredibly variable and there is certainly no definitive look to rust. Trying to paint convincing looking rust can be difficult but it can definitely be down easily with some simple tricks. The basic elements of painting rust for me are that it must:
    • Be orange/brown, preferably a mixture of different oranges and browns.
    • It must have a matt finish (super matt, so matt that there is no reflection what so ever)
    • It must not be uniform! Rust is very rarely ever the same over a surface, whether that is texture or colour.



    I've begun playing Beast Herds recently and i'm slowly getting round to painting the army. If you check out the Tale of Slow Painters thread you can see what i've been up to. At the moment i've painted about 80 points worth so there's still a long way to go, lucky it is a Tale of Slow Painters so i'm living up to the title. There are two main colours for my Beasts, Blue and Yellow, two classic colours that are almost the bedrock for all modern cinema (just look at posters for most new big budget film releases and it will be in Blue and Yellow). Anyway, apart from the Blue and Yellow theme i have decided to give all my Beasts rusty weapons, they are far too busy planning their revenge upon the humans that enslaved them to bother with maintaining their weaponry. So the orange of the rust is like my third colour for the army and always contrasts well against blue.

    Anyway, recently i've been painting up Minotaurs and due to their much larger size compared to their Wildhorn cousin i've been able to add a lot more detail to the painting of these models. In particular i've gone to town with the rust effects for these models and have got two main types of rust on the models; super corroded rusty metal and rust under painted metal. I'd thought i'd write a quick guide about how these effects are achieved, they are much easier than you would think.

    First of all paint your silvers, ideally over a black undercoat. I use Vallejo Gun Metal for my silver basecoat as it goes on very smoothly and doesn't come out patchy at all. Once dry hit it with a nice thick coat of brown wash, i use GWs Agrax Earthshade.





    Once that is dry it should have already begun to Matt the previously shiny metallic paint, making it look like it has lost it's sheen already. Now we need to build up some orangey colours. I start off with GWs Mournfang Brown. Get an old brush and a some Mournfang Brown on it, then wipe of a lot of the paint onto some newspaper or whatever (Like if you were drybrushing). You're basically aiming to have enough paint on the brush so that you can splodge it onto the model with out being uniform, so it doesn't want to be laden with paint, splodge it on the newspaper until it gives you a an irregular pattern on the paper (I hope that makes sense, it's hard to describe). Once you've got your paintbrush right begin to splodge it on your metals.



    Even when it looks like you haven't applied any paint you still begin to matt the metal. Repeat the process again with a lighter, more orange brown, i use Scrag Brown by Games Workshop.



    Do this one final time with Ryza Rust by Games Workshop. This is a super bright orange colour so don;t go overboard or it will all look orange!





    After that i would recommend sponging on some metal onto the edges of the armour and weapon. For people who haven't even used a sponge for painting before you are missing out, it is so much fun and gives great results. basically tear off a bit of sponge from some packing material (I have a lot of old GW metal packs that used to come with little sponge sheets so i use that). Get your torn off nit of sponge, doesn't have to be big, and dip it into your metal (Gunmetal for me), then splodge the sponge onto the newspaper until most of the paint has come off, then with the sponge go over the edges of the armour and the weapons to make the edges still look sharp and used. You can splodge some on top of the rust you've previously painted on because rust isn't uniform so it helps to break it up. I didn;t take pictures sadly but tyou'll see in some more coming.

    Now, you can leave it there if you want to, and i that is as far as i have gone with my Wildhorn because they're too small for the rest. However if you want to make it look even rustier still then you cannot go far wrong than using actual rusting metal. I have an item called Scenic Rust (by Deluxe Materials), It's on eBay. This stuff is basically Iron Filings and glue. You mix up the Iron Fillings into some glue on a palette and with a old brush apply the iron filings onto the metals that you want to look rusty. Use it sparingly, less is more when it comes to this stuff.… [Read More]