You may remember last month how I told you I'd pretty much given up on Warhammer Visions being anything but a pretty picture book - it was obvious that Games Workshop weren't going to do anything interesting but recycle the same pictures in a bigger format.
Well I don't know if it'[s that change of head space or not, but this issue actually delivers!
Sure, there aren't hobby articles or alternate colour schemes or any real writing, but what they have put in are some pretty great and interesting subject choices.
From Kastelan Robot colour schemes, to a wildly contrasting Age of Sigmar Elf army, an amazing showcase of duel-themed models and a really cool Blanchitsu featuring some amazing INQ28 models.
So yes - it's pretty pictures and nothing else, but this month it all just seems to gel for some reason...
Is it worth buying?
Well you'll just have to come and have a look!
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Nothing amazing in terms of new pics here, but they do love their lighting effects - it's starting to look a bit like Ibiza threw up. Speaking of lighting...
-Yeah, I thinks someone got their lighting or their colour matching a touch wrong here - these Space Wolves look more like Ultramarines in some of these shots. Some of the single ones you can see the blue grey, but a lot (like this one above) they actually look blue! I know that new colour blind kid is nice, but maybe put him in charge of something else next time, because this is pretty bad!
Not just some amazing bitz swapping, but also some straight out scratchbuilding including two amazing looking ships (top left and bottom left) which go back to the fine tradition of vehicles being made out of shampoo bottles and the like. Also have a look at those Space Marines (bottom right) and sniper (top right) attached to his Navigator's retinue. Awesome stuff!
Amazing amazing work. This is a huge highlight of this issue.