Yes, I have a problem. I am hopelessly addicted to Night Goblins and Squigs. If anyone knows a 12 step program to help me get over this please post it below.
I will freely admit that I never really liked this sculpt when it is flat on a base. So, I made an extra tall stalagmite to try and give it elevation to match its dynamic pose. Now I kinda love him and fingers crossed that joint holds.
I think I am going to name this guy “Warlord Kris Kross“. … jump, jump!
Neat trick having him jumping downwards. It's ramped up the dynamism 100%.
Top work as usual mate.
Really cool stuff. I approve. 🙂
Fantastic work! I think one or more posts like this one, with something sooo great and funny as well, will finaly turn my attention to paint my night goblin army from the Batlle for the Skull Pass set. YES, gentlemen, I know, it is an old box…so far, space marines always won my painting time but not any more 🙂
This is just perfect mini ypu made, Xoxtile! Keep up the good work and if you ever find the time to make some tutorial on these guys (and the stalagmites), it would be awesome.
He already did some tutorial on the NG skin and robes a few months back.
OK, will look for it, thanks! But maybe something more about how to make the stalagmites…? I am not particularly good at sculpting so a few tips would come in handy 🙂
OK, will look for the tutorial, thanks for the hint. Still, as I am not good at sculpting, maybe a couple of tips regarding the making of the stalagmites may be useful for other people, too…? If not for NGs than for some other units/schemes. I really like the way Xoxtile made them.
Why do you like Warhammer Fantasy so much?
Leave a Reply Cancel reply
Support our work
Tale of Painters is an unofficial Warhammer hobby magazine run by hobbyists like you. Support our work by using the affiliate links from our 🇺🇸 / 🇨🇦 partner stores for your next orders so we can continue to bring you fantastic FREE content every day:
Or become a patron:
Thanks a lot, we appreciate any help to continue and grow Tale of Painters 🙂
Don't bother with support groups, I'd mach rather see cool models like this showing up on my blog feed. I love seeing your night goblins. An excellent balance between cool and comedy that captures the evil little nutters brilliantly. Now go feed that addiction and get some character group shots I bet they look great all together.