Just finished up Golgfag who is to fight against Durthu in our Dimensional Cascade Podcast heavy weight pit match. Hilarious name aside, Golgfag Maneater is the ultimate mercenary and a capable opponent. I like the idea of painting up some of the other Maneaters to use with him as my mercenary allotment in Triumph and Treachery games.
I didn’t try anything fancy or overly technical on this model and I stuck to the studios color choices.
There are some rather large bubbles in the casting that I didn’t notice until I got paint on him so the muzzle of his pistol looks like a squig took a bite out of it. Also half the handle to his boot knife either was miscast or broke off and I didn’t notice until late in the process.
It is a fun model to paint and the larger scale is more forgiving and didn’t take any longer than a human sized character. A full Ogre army would probably be a whole lot of fun and fast to paint up.
I love this shot. Really gives you the sense of scale that the new Treeman kit has.
Subscribe to the podcast and you can listen in on the fight between these two epic sized warriors.
I was thinking eavy metal as well when I saw it, great work!
Brilliant! Those copper or brass tips on the sword, could we get a run down on colours?
That comment should be read: rundown. Technology…
- Daniel Young
Awesome! That is one rude lookin' dude.
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Looks like it's straight out of the pages of the Ogre Army Book. Seriously eavy metal style going down here! Love it.