The Horus Heresy Weekend 2016 – Part 3

When you want to meet the artist who drew your favourite Horus Heresy character (that you now have hanging above the fireplace because you couldn’t resist buying the canvas art print); get the first look at what weapons of war you’ll be bringing to battle soon; and discuss rules in-depth with the person who wrote them, the Horus Heresy Weekender is the event for you!

If you couldn’t go the Weekender this year, check out just a few things you missed:

The Golden Demon entries on display attracted a lot of attention.
The Golden Demon entries on display attracted a lot of attention.

Keith Robertson talked through the techniques he used to paint his Questoris Knight Styrix. You can find the guide in The Horus Heresy: Model Masterclass Volume One.
Keith Robertson talked through the techniques he used to paint his Questoris Knight Styrix. You can find the guide in The Horus Heresy: Model Masterclass Volume One.

Focussed and dedicated, the Forge World artists never let anything distract them, which is why everyone gets to see what they’re working on.
Focussed and dedicated, the Forge World artists never let anything distract them, which is why everyone gets to see what they’re working on.

This World Eater’s Spaceport is a new addition. You call tell, as it’s not yet bathed in the blood of their enemies. The Legion must be moving in force, there are some seriously big drop ships in this table.

This World Eater’s Spaceport is a new addition. You call tell, as it’s not yet bathed in the blood of their enemies. The Legion must be moving in force, there are some seriously big drop ships in this table.

There’ll be more fantastic Forge World events coming up throughout the year. Keep your eye on the Warhammer World website for details.

That’s all from me for now. Make sure you check back soon for more from the Forge World Studio.

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