This is my first Warhammer army after I returned to the hobby about five years ago. I bought the least played army in store at the time (Tomb Kings) and built and painted the darn thing in 3 weeks. It consisted a lot of dry brushing then. I then realized that color was too bright and decided to dull it down and painted it 2 month after. Then came 2007 Baltimore Gt, for some odd reasons, I decided that the painting was still too bright and repainted the army again in a coherent and realistic color (very dim). I did it despite advises from my good friends (some of them had worked for the studio before) and it ended up costing me placing at the Baltimore GT - I finished 4th Overall with only 30 points scored for my painting. Still, I liked this army. This army was the last army that I painted with metallic color as a main source (I moved to NMM for the rest of the armies instead). The decision was chosen because I simply could not bring out the richness and alurring aspects of the jewelries and decorations with NMM at the time (still dont think I am good enough). It was also chosen to show contrast since the rest of the army was so dark. This is one of the few finished WFB army I have, partly was due to the fact that I converted 80% of the army. I tend to attach myself a lot more to an army that I put my heart and soul into converting it. That also bring another problem of the army. Since most of the army are made out of plastics and I did dynamic posing with most of models, it breaks just about every game that I "break" it out for a game.