Showcase: Maggotkin of Nurgle Beast of Nurgle, Nurglings and Plaguebearers (incl. painting guides)
Last month I started painting my Warcry Daemons of Nurgle Befouled Band and this post is a little update of the models I painted so far including some paint recipes.
Showcase: Nurgle Rotbringers Sorcerer and Lord of Plagues (incl. painting guides)
Welcome to today’s blog post where I share two Maggotkin of Nurgle Heroes I recently painted. I’ll also share paint recipes for a few of the prominent parts of these models.
Showcase: Eldar / Aeldari Warlock of Craftworld Ulthwé
Blood runs. Anger rises. Death wakes. The new Eldar models call… and I listened! Under the eye of Isha I painted one of the new Aeldari Warlocks, who marks the beginning of my third Eldar army: Ulthwé, the Damned.
Showcase: Lumineth Realm-Lords Hurakan Windchargers from Helon
Riding across the planes of Hysh, riding side saddle and knocking arrows back. Here is a showcase of my recently finished Hurakan Windchargers. The best Roos in the game.
Showcase: Black Templars Marshall in Gravis Armour
On today’s post I share a Black Templars Gravis Captain/Marshall I painted week’s ago, why I’m only just sharing it now and why I’m no longer on Games Workshops’ influencer list.
Showcase: Soulblight Gravelords Deathrattle Skeletons
My first 10 Deathrattle Skeletons for my Legion of Blood collection of Soulblight Gravelords are ready! These classic skeleton warriors have no end of flash, but are super modular and wickedly fun to assemble. More in this post.
Showcase: Silver Skulls Primaris Ancient
Games Workshop kindly sent me the new Primaris Ancient model early and I couldn’t wait to paint it for my Silver Skulls collection. It’s a pretty cool addition to the Primaris range, with two alternate poses, two heads, and two weapon options. Find out more in this showcase post.
Showcase: Warcry Fomoroid Crusher
Smashing through from the Eight Points this week is my take on the Fomoroid Crusher for Warcry. An overall amazing kit with a ton of options and bits. Reminding us that the word Ogre isn’t a synonym for a green swamp dwelling creature with Scottish accent voiced by a Canadian.
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