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Haha, thanks man! I sure did :) cousinborris

Haha, thanks man! I sure did :) cousinborris

Additional shots of my Boshin War diorama (first post here:http://maximusis1st.tumblr.com/post/96498409650/boshin-war-diorama-the-scene-depicts-a-clash)

Boshin War Diorama.

The scene depicts a clash between Imperial Japanese Line Troops and warriors of the Toda clan (Ogaki Domain). The clan emblem (mon) is visible on the Shashimono of the 3 charging Samurai warriors. It is not to be confused with the clan emblem of the Hosokawa, which is very similar, and as such the Toda emblem was sometimes varied to distinguish (including the use of only 5 outer spots or a red stripe).

At first allied to the Shogunate, Toda later switched it’s allegiance to the Imperial side. Hence, this scene, though fictional, would be appropriate for the early stages of the Boshin War (c.1868)

Just a little taster of something I’ll be uploading proper pics of tomorrow…

Khârn is actually a pretty swell guy. Yes or no.
Anonymous

unexpected-imperial-inquisition:

maximusis1st:

unexpected-imperial-inquisition:

rift-in-the-warp:

curse-your-gods-and-die:

Khârn was and will always be a misunderstood person.

Contrary to popular belief, Khârn the Betrayer was a pretty fun guy to be around during a blood-letting campaign. Sure, he’d get so wrapped up in the blood-lust that he’d butcher friend and foe alike but it’s not like you didn’t get a fair warning from his name or anything.

I served in the traitor guardsman legions known as the Red Rivers, because we got sent in first to soften up the positions and you could see our progress by the red river of our blood. I kept running into Khârn during one of the bigger scourging campaigns, and he wasn’t dickish about the whole him being a space marine and me being killed by flashlights or angry glances at all.

The first time I saw him, I was on perimeter patrol at one of our forward outposts, we’d just overrun a Sororitas non-militant chapel, and I was watching from afar when Khârn strides up, cool as you like holding the largest stone pillar I’ve ever seen. I turned back and the whole chapel was falling down. He’d just ripped the thing right out and was carrying it on his shoulders!

Then, if that wasn’t insane enough he went and hefted this whole pillar through the air, and crushed the entire congregation of Slaaneshi, all in one go.

I was just standing there dumbfounded when Khârn looked at me, as though noticing me for the first time and yet not surprised by my presence at all. He held his palm out, and I obliged him a high five. He’d earned it.

Shattered every bone in my arm doing it though.

Nice guy, that Khârn.

Khârn was a good guy

Good guy Kharn.

i want to make that meme

Please, PLEASE, do!

cchtml:

cchtml:

Loki drawings by Quelchii

I post many sets of art
But this one totally deserves the notes!

No. Sorcery. No human can draw this well. Sorcery I say!

zohbugg:

fagen:

chubbyfury6:

why-i-love-comics:

Injustice: Year Two - “Chapter 13”

written by Tom Taylor
art by Bruno Redondo 

Oh wow 😢

Shiiiiiiit

D:

Oh my god my feels…

The Five Stages of Grieving a Fictional Character

numba1fangirl:

1. Denial
2. Denial
3. Denial
4. Denial
5. GUESS WHO THEY’RE BRINGING BACK

OH MY GOD THE LOKEN TAGS ARE PERFECT.

Khârn is actually a pretty swell guy. Yes or no.
Anonymous

unexpected-imperial-inquisition:

rift-in-the-warp:

curse-your-gods-and-die:

Khârn was and will always be a misunderstood person.

Contrary to popular belief, Khârn the Betrayer was a pretty fun guy to be around during a blood-letting campaign. Sure, he’d get so wrapped up in the blood-lust that he’d butcher friend and foe alike but it’s not like you didn’t get a fair warning from his name or anything.

I served in the traitor guardsman legions known as the Red Rivers, because we got sent in first to soften up the positions and you could see our progress by the red river of our blood. I kept running into Khârn during one of the bigger scourging campaigns, and he wasn’t dickish about the whole him being a space marine and me being killed by flashlights or angry glances at all.

The first time I saw him, I was on perimeter patrol at one of our forward outposts, we’d just overrun a Sororitas non-militant chapel, and I was watching from afar when Khârn strides up, cool as you like holding the largest stone pillar I’ve ever seen. I turned back and the whole chapel was falling down. He’d just ripped the thing right out and was carrying it on his shoulders!

Then, if that wasn’t insane enough he went and hefted this whole pillar through the air, and crushed the entire congregation of Slaaneshi, all in one go.

I was just standing there dumbfounded when Khârn looked at me, as though noticing me for the first time and yet not surprised by my presence at all. He held his palm out, and I obliged him a high five. He’d earned it.

Shattered every bone in my arm doing it though.

Nice guy, that Khârn.

Khârn was a good guy

Good guy Kharn.

unexpected-imperial-inquisition:

commissarkonrad:

Ogryns acquired! Any tips on how you guys think I should assemble them? 
Also, my face.

people help him i don’t know how to do things

I’d use a knife and glue (sorry, I am a terrible person. Any ideas anyone? Never assembled any of these before…)

unexpected-imperial-inquisition:

commissarkonrad:

Ogryns acquired! Any tips on how you guys think I should assemble them?
Also, my face.

people help him i don’t know how to do things

I’d use a knife and glue (sorry, I am a terrible person. Any ideas anyone? Never assembled any of these before…)