It was exciting to finally get my freshly painted Blades of Khorne on the table and they had a good showing overall and I learned a few lessons on playing the army as well. The army wasn't built with a competitive focus, but with a few tweaks and additions, I could turn it into a more competitive force. I really enjoyed how the army played and the level of synergy and positioning required to do well it is safe to say they are much less forgiving than my Stormcast Eternals. It looks like I will be busting out the Ulthuan Grey again in the future.
I was finally able to begin making headway into my Armies on Parade force as well. I picked up a Rustoleum Camouflage Spray Paint (Earth Brown) to prime my force after hearing it recommended numerous times on Tabletop Minions Youtube Channel. After the primer dried I can see why it was it has been suggested so often. It has absolutely no shine and considering its use for painting Camouflage it should not have been a surprise at how Flat it came out. It is great stuff but is limited in its color range at the moment.
I plan to work on the army at least a few hours a night as I only have 21 days to complete it all before the big event. I have a feeling the display board will take just as many hours as the army to complete, but a deadline is the best motivation!
Don't forget to tune into Warhammer TV on Twitch this weekend to watch the Age of Sigmar Grand Tournament Final Stream. It promises to be exciting games to watch as well as seeing the Twitter Feeds fill up with Age of Sigmar goodness. It should help motivate me to get a lot of work done on my Sylvaneth I am hoping. Until Friday, Happy Hobbying!