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Jeroen Brugman
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
Current Residence: Some attic in the Garden
Favourite genre of music: from classic to metal and many things in between
Favourite photographer: My wife
Favourite style of art: Modern fantasy/sf art
Operating System: Any that will do what I want it to
MP3 player of choice: My PC (or stereoset)
Wallpaper of choice: Mini Ninja's 'the true essence of ninjutsu'
Skin of choice: my own?
Favourite cartoon character: Wily E.
Personal Quote: Op de ondergang!
I have had this question put to me on several occasions, and figured it was about time to put it in writing somewhere I can refer people to, instead of having to tell the tale every convention I go to.

The thing is, they didn't start out as Space Wolves. When I started collecting Warhammer 40K over 20 years ago they didn't have separate codexes, and Space Wolves had a bunker complex, not a Fang (which is way cooler so I'm happy they changed it).
I started doing some painting on models, and after some work and thought stuck on a green and grey colorscheme, with bone shoulderplates and a brown wolf, which I ripped from some other game, but do by hand on each model, so I acctually work for it. I called them Sons of Fenris.

Then 2nd Edition happened. It was a good thing overall, 1st edition had become a mess over the years, with about three different vehicle systems and largely dependent on what White Dwarf articles you had. Collected editions did exist, but some went out of print very fast, or were very expensive. With 2nd edition came the first real codexes.

The Space Wolf codex was acctually a gift. I had read some parts of it, being very annoyed that there homeworld was suddenly a planet called Fenris, forcing me to either rethink my own Chapter, or incorporate this and make them a lost company.
I read the whole codex after I got it, and decided on the later. The character growth from blood claw to long fang and individualism in models simply appealled to me very much, and I've stayed loyal to them since. I did however decide to keep my own colorscheme, disliking the new blue (they used to be grey). It's like painting Dark Angels Green, To my mind they should be black.

There you have it! And here we are 20 odd years later and I'm still adding select models to the force. Because basically Fenris Rules!

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Szigeti Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks 4the fav!:D (Big Grin)
StephenJD Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2015
Thanks for adding my wheeled taurox to your favourites.
singory Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2015
Thanks for the :+fav: :)
JRS-ART Featured By Owner Edited Jul 7, 2015
Thanks for the favs
garrypfc Featured By Owner May 17, 2015   Digital Artist
Appreciate the fave.
pinkythepink Featured By Owner May 15, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
:love: Thank you for the favorites, it really means ever so much to me that you enjoy my artwork! I invite you to add me to your watch so that you can see all the future beaded and stitched pieces I have planned! :blowkiss: Just think of the sparkles... :squee:
fradarlin Featured By Owner May 6, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
thanks for the fav! :la:
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tenshiflyers Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for your fav!! ^^
IlmarinenKowal Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2015   Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fave! :D
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