Thursday 23 January 2014

Support your local blogger - Chucking Monkeys: Magnetising your Haruspex/Exocrine

In a quick search on whether you could magnetise the Haruspex/Exocrine I came across Monkeychuka's blog. There's a great step-by-step tutorial that I couldn't wait to share with everyone. Should I part with the funds and get one I'm definitely going to follow his tutorial. Not only that I found out he follows the blog, and my mate Liam's too and we're in amongst the likes of Dave Taylor miniatures so we're going up in the world.

Anyway, check out the cool tutorial and the other cool Tyranids, Necrons and crazy terrain conversions, lots worth looking at.

 Chucking Monkeys: Magnetising your Haruspex/Exocrine: Many people, myself included, tend to think of the new Haruspex as a pile of shite.  Thats not to say they don't like the model.  They w...


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