Sean: How are you?
Alasdair: Very well thank you!
Sean: What made you want to paint up Ironjawz?
Alasdair: The first army I collected in warhammer was an Orcs and Goblins force back in 6th edition. I've had a soft spot for the greenskins ever since and the new Shaman especially absolutely encapsulated the image I've had in my mind of an Orc shaman forever - a gibbering and maniacal, but extremely dangerous bundle of green.
Sean: The colour tones of your Orruk skin is fantastic, I love dark skin tones, how did you achieve this?
Sean: What is your recipe for the process of painting the smoke effect?
Sean: What are your plans for this army? Or future armies for that matter?
Sean: How long have you been in this Hobby?
Alasdair: Just over 10 years. My first white dwarf and box was when the second Tau Empire codex came out back in 2004 I think? A terrifyingly large portion of my life all things considered.
Sean: Are you participating in the Summer campaign from Games Workshop?
Alasdair: I certainly am, with my Ironjawz in fact! They have done pretty well. They were taken down in a matched play game against a force of Fyreslayers, but brought victory for Destruction in a 4 player game featuring Fyreslayers, Rotbringers and Seraphon!
Sean: Whats the Age of Sigmar scene like in your area?
Alasdair: It's quite good. I don't particularly play any of the other GW games and my local GW is the main scene for all my wargaming exploits, and it has a very strong Age of Sigmar following.
Sean: Thank you so much for your time and keep up the great work!