Sunday, April 1, 2012

Hobby Night 30/03/12

SPLENDID; one word that sums up the recent hobby night. All in all, a good start to a new chapter of Legio Malaysia. Even though the night was dominated by WH40K, the variety of appearance was awesome; Blood Angels, Eldar, Grey Knights, Necrons, Orks, and Tyranids. It has been quite some time since we last seen this much variety.

A Silver Skulls Landspeeder and some xenos from Hive Fleet Seiryuu

As usual, the night kicked off with games. Descent of Angels vs Saim-Hann, Death Company vs Grey Knights, Necrons vs Grey Knights, and Ghazgull Thraka vs Necrons; furious battles were fought; objectives claimed, enemies annihilated.

Descent of Angels vs Saim-Hann
The game where Khairul bullied...err, tutored Hakim to his first game of 40K
Necrons and Grey Knights in close combat
Ghazgull leading the charge
WAAAAAAGHHH!!!!!!!!
Rizal, how many orks did you bring...160? Madness!
Concurrent with all these action taking place, the Hobby Table was transformed into a warzone too. While waiting for his disciples to end their bashing sessions, Alvin prepared himself for the promised Airbrush 101 session. In the meantime, pictured in the background below, you could spot a Sculpting 101 session in progress; with Iqbal sharing his knowledge in the basics of sculpting a human body to Goh .

Alvin and his disciples
At 11.30 pm, while waiting the Necrons to be overwhelmed by the Orks, most of the attendees were indulged in fulfilling their hobbying needs. In fact, you could almost see every single hobby activity you could think of in action in the last hobby night.
Clockwise from top left: Shukor with conventional brush painting, Alvin with airbrush painting, Goh fully concentrated on sculpting 'Sally', and Chris assembling his Leman Russ
It was very nice to see new faces making the once-in-a-week trip to Legio Malaysia, and some familiar faces making appearances after a long hiatus. Distance doesn't seem to be the problem though, as the attendees were from all over the Klang Valley; Setiawangsa, Wangsa Maju, TTDI, Damansara, Puncak Alam. It's the will to make it that actually counts, and they've certainly proved it. A very truly pleasant Hobby Night it was, and looking forward for next week. Ave Legio!

10 comments:

  1. It was spendid indeed :)
    Thanks to everyone who made it. Alvin for the airbrushing 101.
    Looking forward to playing my saim-hann again next week. Death to the mon-keighs!!! Silver, red, blue,
    black.....

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  2. It looks like I could used a shower =P Chris! What time you depart? Maybe we can carpool? I can drive, but if you know the road, at least I won't lost in warp =D Goh here <-- Wangsa Maju guy.

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  3. Sounds like a night i shouldn't have missed! Nice writeup

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  4. Looks like it was a productive night at Legio Malaysia. =) Hey Limp ... is that you on the bottom-right corner of the last picture, working on Sally?

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    1. just read the captions ... yep ... it's you.

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    2. Actually it's one of my clone. Goh prime normally looks.. cleaner (but smells worst)

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    3. Quah, come & join us :)

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  5. Hobby Night was awesome, worth mentioning. We now need more people to join in for more fun.

    PS: I was a good boy and I played my normal Blood Angels list. No Death Company that night. Heh.

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  6. @Vuel ... heh heh ... I want to man ... really do. It remains in my must-do list. =D Something always seems to come up and put a spanner in the works. =(

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  7. Nice nice! You guys play over at Battlefront Miniatures now?

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