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    Avatar photoThaddeus Blanchette
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    Dem astartes!

    We get slapped around, but we have a good time!

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    Avatar photoRhoderic
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    I’m deeply impressed. Something that self-serious could easily have fallen flat if it had been more amateurish, but as it is, it’s so superlatively stylish and well-produced that I loved every moment of it.

    Having not really kept track of 40K fluff for a long while, I didn’t recognise whatever bit of lore these videos were pertaining to. Not a problem, though. Worth a watch all the same.

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    Avatar photoFrank Ryan
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    Upstartes! It reminds me of those “What you see” (the video) and “What everyone else sees” (my games never look anything like this, except in my head). Me, I still use my old beaky Marines and the ones from game out of the early 90’s (spider cannon, necrons and blue yellow and red marines, with a few mods). The 40K models have improved but Games Workshop, in general, has became much darker. I use a lot of Reaper Bones miniatures to add civilians and some balance (this is why we fight, we don’t always fight, etc).

    Have a great day, Foxtrot

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    Since the whole project was supposed to be done by one guy, I’m most impressed by his multi-discipline, models, texture, sound, animation and story boarding.


    @Frank

    Which Bones minis do you use? I’m curious, how well fantasy mini fit with 40k minis.

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