Been making some good progress on this guy. Since my last post I added a few more bits to him, primed him and slopped some paint on the little bugger.
I gave him a looted Dwarf helm and Skaven shield to help look a bit more “Bossy.” I love how it is turning out so far but I think that the membranes of the wings may need a bit of something. Maybe some veins or mottling to make them a bit less flat. I also can’t decide whether or not to freehand the “Boo!” on the sword … it is the Shrieking Blade after all 🙂
I planned a while back to do a flying carpet squig but for a Night Goblin shaman for a bit of mobile artillery or to get the buffs where I need them on the battlefield..
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Love it still!
amazing work are you going to put some snow on the rocks to create a sort of mountain effect?
Why do you like Warhammer Fantasy so much?
Because fantasy is awesome
A lot people think Fantasy is Awsesome. But they don't have 4+ Big armies made of only GW miniatures for WHFB and nothing for any other Wargame.
I'm sure there are plenty of people in similar positions with maybe even more stuff.
Thats pretty darn cool 🙂
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So far good work!