Showcase: Nighthaunt Garkorr, Bladegheist Revenant (incl. paint recipes)
Today I’m showing you an older model of mine that I recently reworked slightly: Garkorr, Bladegheist Revenant, the limited edition Nighthaunt model that was released for the opening of the 500th Warhammer shop.
Showcase: Flesh-eater Courts Abhorrent Ghoul King and Crypt Ghouls
On today’s post: painting models because you own them, converting awful models and completing start collecting set. Read on to check out my Flesh-eater Courts Abhorrent Ghoul King and Crypt Ghouls.
Showcase: Soulblight Gravelords’ Zombie Dragon
Welcome to today’s post where I’m going to share pictures of my Soulblight Gravelords’ Zombie Dragon, I’m also going to talk about my colour choices and how and why I made an impressive base for him.
Tutorial: 2 (+2) quick and easy ways to paint Ork/Orruk flesh
In this post I’ll teach you two quick and straight-forward techniques for painting Ork (or Orruk) flesh: One is based on the new Orruk Flesh base paint, while the other uses a combination of Contrast and traditional painting to create a great result without spending hours on blending or shading. I’ll also add links to two more Ork tutorials for even more ideas to paint your new Beast Snaggaz, Kommandos, or Kruleboyz.
Showcase: Watch Captain Halgrim from Cursed City
Since I’ve painted a few Grave Guard a while ago, I thought it would be nice to paint someone to lead them into battle. Watch Captain Halgrim has such a strong and powerful pose, I’m happy I bought him from ebay before Cursed City disappeared forever in the immaterium. More pictures of my version of Halgrim in this post.
Showcase: Soulblight Gravelords Warcry Warband
Getting into Warcry has never been easier with Games Workshop’s recent release of free to download Soulblight Gravelords rules. In today’s post, I’m going to show you my Warcry roster and some example warbands I made using Cursed City models, Start Collecting Soulblight Gravelords and a Vampire Lord. The Cursed City is out of stock, Radukar’s Court is available to order on the Games Workshop online website or their in-store order points.
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