Friday, 19 August 2016

The Hidden Library of Tzeentch - part 11

Part of my enjoyment of any project is my notebook that goes along with it (I tend to have one per army / warband). I don't normally share them but this time I felt like doing so. The text is mostly copied from Lexicanum entries, so don't expect any deep insight into the Hidden Library project - it's more about getting myself in the right mood for a project and exploring the background beyond reading battletomes, army books and codexes.


  1. Hi,
    Just a head's up, this is going to be pretty long-winded.
    I wanted to let you know just how inspiring this blog is to me as a miniature hobbyist. A large part of this hobby is the narrative side of things; warlords, battlefields, and so on, but seeing the level of care and conversion work put into even the basic soldiers is something I haven't seen before. I'm commenting here specifically because to me this is the quintissential post on the blog: you've taken a medium-level part of the lore, 'zoomed in' to your own warband, and given them individual characteristics, as well as a group backstory, theme and objective, all presented through the medium of a magical tome. You've even inspired me to make a fortress/display/warcry board for my Skaven army out of the styrofoam from a microwave.
    I just wanted to thank you for sharing your brilliance with all of us, and I can't wait to see what you think of next.
    All the best,

    1. That's wonderful to hear! Thank you so much for your comment. It means so much to me 💀🖤💀