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Incoming! A Nexus publication.© 2005 www.NetEpic.org
issue xxi
Games Workshop, the Games Workshop logo, Epic, Inquisitor, the Inquisitor logo, Inquisitor:Con-spiracies, Battlefleet Gothic, the Battlefleet Gothic logo, Necromunda, the Necromunda Plate logo,the Necromuinda Stencil logo, Mordheim, the Mordheim logo, City of the Damned, Blood Bowl, theBlood Bowl logo, the Blood Bowl Spike device, Fanatic, the Fanatic logo, the Fanatic II logo, Warmas-ter and all associated marks, names, races, race insignia, characters, vehicles, locations, units, illus-trations and images from the Blood Bowl game, Warhammer 40,000 universe and the WarhammerWorld are either ®, TM and/or © Copyright Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2004, variably registered inthe UK and other countries around the world. Used without permission. No challenge to their statusintended. All Rights Reserved to their respectiveowners.This EZine is completely unofficial and in no way endorsed by Games Workshop Limited
Editor’s note
by Douglas Woodcock 
elcome once again to Incoming.
ith issue 21 we have startedanew, I won’t be doing things aloneanymore and for me personallythat’s great news as that allowstime to do other things without theezine suffering.Christian (Warmaster Nice) hasbeen kind enough to lend a handand enabled us as a team to dowhat I couldn’t do alone; improvethe layout of the ezine itself andhopefully gather more material thatwill make Incoming! more interest-ing.I will still be doing my part andsubmitting articles and generallyover looking what we do with In-coming but the main work is Chris-tian’s who will be collating every-thing together and formatting it intothe way it looks now which I likevery much. Christian will explain alittle more himself after this.
Editor’s Note1Swordwind - Review4Miniature Photography - A beginner’s guide13Epic Index Astartes pt. 31710 Tips when you collect Epic Orks25Runic Mechanics29Nunnery Practice - Epic Sisters of Battle32The Detmarsk Slaughter - NetEpic Battlereport34 ‘Eavy Metal - Eldar Engines of Vaul45
Issue 21
Whats happened sofar….
ell Swordwind has been releasedbut not without its problems. Itsold news that most of Swordwind’smodels have been released but withGamesworkshop’s shares taking atumble, Fanatic being changed andthe Specialist magazine going on-line only it does make one wonderwhats going to happen to the futureof Epic.In the UK the last four or fivecodes for the Eldar were due outincluding the Storm Serpent superheavy and the Void Spinner superheavy, which was shown in WD305.These new minis have only just re-cently been made available via MailOrder, I know that I have been ableto order them around 2 weeks agoand should receive them soon. Noth-ing has been mentioned about whythey were delayed but hopefully thatshouldn’t occur with the Feral Orksthough they seem to be scheduled tobe released some time later due tono mention of them at all in WD306.The online store seems to bestrange with miniatures appearingand disappearing and I would sug-gest that if you are after any minisfrom the lastest range of Eldar givethem a call because they are availablequite unlike the impression the onlinestore gives you.
orgeworld have been at it again andsince the last issue released more Taupieces which had me cheering withdelight being a Tau player, my walletwailed yet again. New at the momentthere are Ork battlewagons (15 poundsfor 3) and for anyone who is a BFGplayer there are also new Tau courierships (6 pounds for 3).
o I will leave you now to allow Chris-tian to talk you through what his plansare regarding the issues new formatand hope you enjoy what we have thistime round. Don’t forget that we arealways looking for more articles soplease do send them in.Til next time
Incoming! gets a facelift
uite some time has passed since thelast issue of Incoming! I remembergetting a bit worried when Doug firstannounced that he wanted to do somere-shuffling with the mag -This was justafter the “reshuffling” at Fanatic so Iguess everybody was a bit on the edge.However
re-shuffle wasn’t that kindof bad news.Doug told me he wanted the mag to geta facelift so I started to look into how Icould tweak an already great magazine.
he most obvious change is the formatof the pages. Some people like to readIncoming! on screen while others preferto print it out. The old format was bet-ter for printed stuff but could get a bitdifficult to read on the computer.Splitting the text into columns shouldmake things a bit easier to read andgive Incoming a more “magazine” likefeel. I’ve also flipped the pages side-ways so you don’t have to scroll up anddown when you read. Simply set thepage size in Adobe Reader to fit yourscreen and read away.
hen doing an online mag the biggestproblem is achieving a balance betweenwhat looks good, file size and print-ability. You’ll notice that some pageshave lots of colour and pictures. If youwant to save some ink I suggest thatyou set your printer options to print inBlack/white for these pages. Howeverremember that it probably won’t swal-low much more ink than most articlesfrom Fanatic.

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