Upon finishing the Chaos Gorebeast and Chaos Chariot I can think of two things that come to mind. The first simply is that both models are quite nice and fun to paint. The second is that both are a nightmare to put together. Attaching the chains etc was like surgery. I literally sweated and had to take breaks to attach these things. But all done now and calm 🙂
You make the gorebeast look so much better than the eavy metal team.
Great work! I was in a GW shop today and was tempted to pick one of these up, it's such a great model.
I guarantee though that its evil to put together. I had to use tweezers for certain parts. But its a nice model though.
Did you forget to paint the sculls and what not on the poles?
The skulls, tassles etc are painted. I just wanted these parts to be stark to the rest of the model. I did receive quite a bit flack for doing this as well in the comments section on cmon for the chaos chariot. I like it this way.
Feedback is good but at the end of the day, do it your way!
looking at htese myself, gonna have to get some
Would really love to know how you got these skin tones man. This and the dragon ogres look incredible!
Amazing!! How did you painted the metal parts? I would love to try it at my own.
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This is absolutely stunning and inspirational. I'd love to see how you did some of the metal and gore effects.