I painted Morvahna up to give away to a local circle player a few years ago. I spent most of the time working on the wet blends on her cloak – everything else seemed to come together quickly. Morvahna’s flesh was done in all P3 paints in an effort to experiment & practice using them and I’m Read more about Morvahna the Autumnblade[…]
Even though they suffer the “2D” affliction that’s affected many of Privateer’s recent sculpts, I do like the Deathstalker models. Plenty of cloak to play with blending cloth on and enough different surfaces that even a monochromatic scheme can be executed without looking boring. At 2 points each the Deathstalker is versatile enough to Read more about Strider Deathstalkers[…]
Enough time had past since I painted my initial Warmongers that I was worried about being able to match their skin tones, but the War Chiefs turned out pretty close when I was done with them. That’s one of the biggest hurdle I’ve come cross as my Legion army grows – matching blends I did Read more about Blighted Ogrun Warmonger War Chiefs[…]
Apparently Everblight developed a fondness for bellbottoms some time during Hordes: Evolution and the Shepherds sure do emphasize that. Other than the cutting and reposing of one of the Shepherd’s left arm there’s very little special about these two — my typical Nyss colors on average Nyss sculpts.
Once I finished up my blighted archers I decided to go ahead and get the last nyss unit, the Striders, done as well. Although I had been looking at blighted elves long enough I wanted to get the Striders done while I was comfortable with to the techniques I was going to have to use. Read more about Blighted Nyss Striders[…]
I started up the Swamp Gobbers while I was painting Rineholdt a while back. Although they’re pretty basic the figures have a lot of character and were a lot of fun to paint.
I painted Gudrun towards the end of 2008 as a diversion from the Legion models I had been rapidly turning out. His color scheme was primarily chosen to let me test out P3’s Ordic Olive color, which I used on his cowl. The fleshtones are my Vallejo Model Color Rose Brown/Medium Skintone/Sunny Skintone combination that Read more about Gudrun the Wanderer[…]
Even though I only really use Alten with my Protectorate forces for mixed games, and even then almost primarily in Mk I, I really like the model and wanted to get it painted. He really captures the ‘dirty old hunter’ look and the bell-shaped riffle barrel is a nice touch. In addition to trying out Read more about Alten Ashley[…]
I wish that the Raek was as good in-game as it was as a model. I love this sleek, bitey little guy but I don’t see him hitting the table very often. He receieved a much-needed boost in Mk II but I always seemed to spend his points on other options. Effectiveness aside I Read more about Raek[…]
Just like most of the other Legion models, Hordes fans either love the Terpah or they hate it. I tend to fall on the positive side myself. There’s something about the sleek draconic look that I find visually appealing. Like the Carnivean, the Teraph was cursed with unsightly footpads cast beneath its talons. It Read more about Teraph[…]