Diseased Sons: Nurgle Chaos Space Marines

Welcome to the homepage for the Diseased Sons, a Warhammer 40,000 Nurgle Chaos Space Marine Chapter. Miniature soldiers is a hobby I was introduced to in highschool by teammates on my rugby team. I've kept on collecting and painting model soldiers when I've had the time, energy, and money. I've also contributed to various online communities including building a miniature painting news aggregator which is currently busted as I haven't had time to update the code in a while. I've had this army for a long, long time. I've dragged it across the continent and back. I don't play often, but when I do, people usually enjoy gaming with me. This army is old and is slowly being updated for 9th Edition. We are currently playing a narrative campaign at the Sentry Box in Calgary. If you just want to look at pictures and read about Nurgle, you've come to the right place.

If you just want painting advice I maintain one of the most extensive collections of links online. I try to upload photos of completed miniatures to Flickr, there should be an embedded gallery of models I've painted to the right. The amount of Nurgleness varies, however I have painted over 100 Nurgle Renegades and over 50 Nurgle demons. New and old miniatures often in WIP form now appear on Instagram irregularly.

Major Tournaments Attended by the Diseased Sons

Link of the Moment

Even More Nurgle Goodness

A picture of my entire army along with a full force composition circa 2003 was taken, I've since painted yet more models. I don't know how many points I have painted, my army is far from optimal. I've become more of a painter and schemer than a competative gamer. At some point I attempted a video tour of my painted miniature collection. I'll have to make a better one someday, but it can be seen below. I also put up a gallery of some of my plague marine miniatures in 2005 it has interesting recollections and tips, also of interest to old and new painters is this before and after progress page that shows improvements I made in my painting over the years.

Words and Images © Andrew "Muskie" McKay.
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