Greetings, warriors. Just a quick one today, here is the test mini for a bunch of Tzeentch daemons I have the honour to paint over the next few days.
I painted surprisingly little in the way of Tzeentch daemons before so I’m really psyched to finally get to do some of those. Despite a bit of the weird plastic look on faces, I think GW are really dead on with their current daemons design. I really like the way they currently do them.
Very much looking forward to seeing a whole horde of daemons in this colour scheme. By the way, never mind the stump it’s mounted on at the moment, that’s just a makeshift mock-up so I could take proper photos.
Very nice tweak to the traditional Tzeentch colour scheme. Looks like the colour changes you would see in a real-life deep-water creatures found in the Mariana trench.
Really like that color transition from blue to purple. As a Tzeentch player, I'm desperate to know how you did it!
Absolutely beautiful color transitions. Stunning!
Great job and interesting flying bases, what are they / where can I get them from? – Rich
Looks terrific. What colours did you use for the horns/fangs? It's a lot colder in tone than these things usually are.
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Looks sweet, will be exciting to see some more in that scheme. Just bought some Tzeentch figures so perhaps I can get some inspirations 🙂