So, I gave in and bought a box of Soul Wars. I’ve never cared much for Age of Sigmar, but with the recent releases since Kharadon Overlords, the setting is really shaping up to something exciting and original. I always liked the old Vampire Counts range, even painted the Sepulchral Guard for Shadespire, so I decided to paint some Nighthaunts for fun. The new range is great (even though it’s probably GW’s most monopose range along with Death Guard). Here we have a test model. I went for a quick and easy paint scheme inspired by Tyler Mengel‘s fantastic Nighthaunts army, basically just washes and drybrushing with a few quick highlights. If you’re interested in how I painted this model, leave a comment and I might do a step-by-step tutorial 😉
Another shot on a dark background.
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