Of all the games I play, Warhammer has been my longest-running. I would have to say that it's proportional occupation of my time has waned a bit since a few years ago, as I've had plenty of other things to distract me. However, one my my primarly loves in gaming is a theme army. This can be a visual theme, design theme, or any other theme I could think of (which I can't).
I've had a reasonably long string of theme armies for a while now. I started with a Law-themed Chaos Daemon army, an Arabyan Orc army, pirate Ogres, celtic Warriors of Chaos. I've slipped links in there to the Land of Misfit Toys, where by friend Brad has already done some bits on my armies. I suspect I'll talk a bit more aboat these armies as I progress with the blog.
I then picked the wook elves because they're so different to orcs. Culturally, strategically, phillosophically and asthetically, they don't match orcs at all. For me, this creates a lot of humour in my theme, and keeps the army interesting.
Here's what I have so far:
|Doom Diver, masquerading as a Giant Archer.|
|Test scheme orc archers.|
|The next batch.|
|Round-hooded night goblins.|
|A troll in a wooden costume; Treekin wannabe.|
It's been a while now since I did much work on this army, but I'm a teacher and on holidays now! Time to get building. I'll let you know how I go.