Thanks for all the great comments guys, much appreciated!
Great work indeed. Seeing it all together just really.. very cool. I like the lone patrol filtering out into the forest
Cheers Tael. I felt it was quite cinematic, although looking at the second picture it looks rather funny; with the Tau hiding behind their defenses:
:"Well I'm not going out there!!!"
:"Don't look at me?!"
:".....Send the Kroot....."
How in the heck did you do the overhead shot?
1xWobbly Chair + 2xOutstretched Arms + 20xPics = Aerial Shot.
BTW, nice garden out back, loving the grey wood and lush green grass.
Thanks for noticing.
I just wish the British weather wasn't so fickle as I'd love to be able to play more games outside.
Looks great, Rus'el!
Your defences really look the part deployed with your army. And that's a citadel gaming board, right?
Thanks, and yes, It is a Citadel Gaming Board. They are certainly not that cheep but a great investment all the same. I would always suggest on clubbing together with friends to buy one. And if you do end up going your separate ways you can always divide the board up or buy the others out.
More importantly what did you use to make the fortified walls?
I'm a drummer by trade and the walls are made from old plastic drum hoops. We recently changed the drums we use so I have loads of these hoops lying around. If you're interested in getting your hands on some p.m. me and I'll sort you out.
That really is awesome. I would not be the least surprised if you submitted those photos to GW and they made it into White Dwarf.
Definitely adding these to my own inspiration folder.
Double thanks! I very well may have to do that, although I'd be surprised if they did, Tau don't get much of a look in at the moment. Ah well, nothing ventured nothing gained. Maybe prior to the new codex might be a more strategic move?
One day I want to take all 20,000+ pts of the Mobile Armor Division
Wow, 20,000+ points of Tau!!?!! And I thought my 5,000 point army was excessive?
Once again everyone, thanks for looking, it is truly humbling reading your replies.