After nearly two years working on this project at a gradual pace of collecting and painting my Sacrosanct Chamber, I’ve finally reached the end of the project.
At times I really wanted to leave this project for good and move on to my next phase in the hobby, I wanted to move away from army projects so I can just collect and build standalone projects. 11 years in the hobby for me seems like a lifetime, the days of army projects were starting to lose its appeal for me (cost and time to commit to it).
But I felt that if I was going to finish this project then I needed to put all my energy into this as the final push. Just this last push to reach the end and close this chapter in my hobby journey.
Reaching the end has given me the same feeling when I did my SCE Warrior Chamber project. A feeling of great achievement, a feeling of relief that I’ve done what I’ve set out to do and what I needed to improve on.
But a project never really ends. There’s always room for additional units should I feel the need to go back, it’s why projects will always grow. Whilst I’ve achieved the basic army size for my Sacrosanct Chamber, I can always go back someday and add more for the fun of it.
Enough talk from me, here’s the last of my Anvils of the Heldenhammer Sacrosanct Chamber project. Enjoy!
Marshal of Glymmsforge
Evocators on Dracolines
With that, the Anvils of the Heldenhammer project has reached its goal and done for until I feel the need to include new kitbash models.
I could go on but I’m sure this post has said enough on my thoughts overall on this project.
Now that one half of the Inspired Soul Wars Collection is done, there’s just the matter of getting my Nighhaunt project finished.
Until next time,