I have managed to get some energy for painting my Epic, concentrating on my Space Wolves. This is due in part to finding a local person who has been kind enough to really teach me the rules of Epic: Armageddon and about list building.
These Drop Pods are figurative models, used more as markers than actual vehicles in the game. Technically you could just use a marker for them but I mean, that could be said about absolutely anything in wargaming! They had an in built base but I worried about it getting chipped in handling so I glued them to Renedra 40mm round bases.
These Predator Annihilators are anti armour tanks. These are the original Games Workshop models, which are a bit chunky. As with most of my GW models they are from the last hurrah of Specialist Games just before the range got scrapped in 2013. As such they are latter day casts and are a bit wonky but paint hides a lot of sins!
These Predator Destructors are the much more modern and svelte fan-casts which are sadly no longer available. Predators in Epic can be mixed and matched in pairs, so usually I deploy them in formations of two of each so that they can target both enemy armour and infantry effectively.
These Razorbacks have a rather muddy yellow on them as I started painting them with discontinued colours half a decade ago and couldn't face the rigmarole of stripping and repainting them from scratch! I thought I wouldn't be using them so much but now I'm wondering if I should have more.
These rhinos have some symbols on them from when I used to fuss and get incredibly over ambitious about projects without actually finishing them! One is a Warhammer 40k scale Wolf Guard Terminator shield, one is a Forge World brass etch, the other four are resin symbols, again from Forge World.
These tanks were ones I had started painting with now discontinued colours years ago - but I stuck with them, repainting them in Army Painter 'Wolf Grey' and I'm really glad I did!
On my table next are more Wolves, but I have got some Orks and Tyranids on my mind as well!