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Wildfire Walker

A change of subject from my last upload, but also long legged and deadly!

All I wanted was a long-legged bird....

Some time ago I came across a [url=http://stevepugh.net/VTT/images/birds.jpg]photo of some Phorusrhacid birds[/url] on the website of Steve Pugh. I particularly liked the one on the left but was soon to discover that HLBC no longer produced these. Another company had taken up some of their prehistoric range, but not the long-legged Phorusrhacid.

Building a Squat army

It has been a long held hope that one day, I would build a Squat army.

Upgrading Cheddarmonger Site

Urgent news for Cheddarmongers -- the software version that runs this site is coming end of life, so I'm going to need to upgrade it.

Warp Spiders and Tech Priest

This weekend's painting was a squad of Warp Spiders and a Tech Priest.

The Faceless Horror

When I saw this beastie I knew it would paint up well with [url=http://www.cheddarmongers.org/prod/blog/uncle_phil/painting_quick_and_la... colour undercoat technique[/b][/url]. Actual painting was less than a day.

The Spawn

He had had his abilities fail before, but this time was different. Drawing power from the “other place” was different this time. Usually he was like a child dipping his toe in an ocean. This time it was like a wave had surged and soaked him. His senses were fighting to process things they had never evolved to perceive. On the psychic plane some new presence had bubbled up. Lilac with rage and tasting of bile and sewer water. It had manifested close by. And it was aware of him. Somehow they were connected. His use of powers had brought it here. There, to the right! A stone’s throw away.

Dreads', Vampire Hunters, Outlaws and Pantorzilla.

I finished painting the Dreadnought before I finished the [url=http://www.cheddarmongers.org/prod/pic/uncle+phil/dwarfs/][b]Dwarfs[/b][... but had put off photographing it.

More fantastic and exciting website stuff

[b]Important updates[/b] -- as you may know, we have successfully migrated the Cheddarmongers site to a new version of code because the old site was way past support and it was really wonky. Well, the downside is that I updated the site to the next version, which will probably go out of support sometime this year. In addition, the gallery code is also old, and the development team that creates and maintains that has called it quits for now. Here's the details...

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