Friday, 25 May 2012

Travelling the Immaterium - 1 year old today.

Wowsers people. It has been a year exactly since this blog began. A year and 81 posts and it is still going, getting many more views than I thought I would ever get, so a big thank you from me to all of you who have looked through the site.

Many thanks also to all of you who have left comments over the year, those on the modelling posts have been helpful and informative, while comments on the pictures of my models that I have put up on here have helped drive me on to produce more.

Just looking back over the posts it is amazing how much stuff I forgot I had even put on the blog. For instance my Blood Claws were the first unit that I completed and put on the blog. Completely forgotten for some reason.

Most of 2011 was dominated by battle reports, of which the very first battle report I compiled, Space Wolves vs Blood Angels, is by far and away one of the most viewed pages on the blog.

From a personal point of view I think my most favourite model painted and posted up on here cannot be just one model. It is a three-way tie between Urien Rakarth, Chaos Defiler and Space Wolves Thunderwolf Lord. In a very close contest the Chaos Sorcerer recently completed and my Trollbloods Skinner just miss out on the top billing.

With the first year complete what can I hope for in the second year? I would love to get more followers, put up pictures of a fully painted Space Wolf army (may be later than planned with the impending release of the Stormtalon) and the Immateriums journey into 6th edition.

Exciting times lay ahead for both this blog and for wargaming in general. I will hopefully be around to provide simple feedback on how I am finding the new grim dark future.

Thanks for reading and hope to see you more over the next 12 months! Ian


  1. Well done and keep it up !!!


  2. Keep it up mate, really enjoying reading the reports of our battles


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