I’ve found that the serpentine miniatures are some of the most difficult to paint, and the Angelius is the most serpentine Legion miniature there is. I had some good success with my Nephilim and Raek as of late primarily because of the more detailed musculature on those models whereas the more serpentine beasts with their Read more about Angelii[…]

Idrian Skirmishers

I’m very happy with how my Idrians turned out. I knew they were going to go into my Hardcore list for DieCon 8 (in 2009) so I really wanted them to look good. Unlike most of the Protectorate models, these had a lot of bare flesh to paint up and that’s always a challenge for me. Read more about Idrian Skirmishers[…]

Blighted Nyss Raptors

I was really excited to paint the Raptors back when they were released while the game was still in Mk I.  I really liked the sculpt and I was also a huge fan of their rules on the table.  Painting blighted ulk was definitely easer than the Protectorate Vengers’ horses.     I did have a couple complaints Read more about Blighted Nyss Raptors[…]


Painting Incubii introduced a challenge I hadn’t experienced yet on any of my Legion models.  I had established very similar but distinct skintones for my Nyss and warbeast models, and the Incubii had both stretched over each other across the figure.  That meant maintaining the preexisting schemes without the areas just looking like half were Read more about Incubii[…]

Blighted Nyss Archers

The blighted archers were one of the first Legion units I painted, and show some of my early steps in establishing my highlighting/shading on their dark blue leathers.  When I added the unit attachment, which was painted and photographed in a different batch a few months later, to the gallery I realized a couple things.  First, Read more about Blighted Nyss Archers[…]

High Executioner Servath Reznik

Reznik was the first model that the Protectorate has gotten in a while that required some thought as to how to apply my color scheme to it. I like to stick to white armored plates and purple cloth, but Reznik’s lack of robes combined with his layered shoulder pads meant I was going to have Read more about High Executioner Servath Reznik[…]

Lylyth, Shadow of Everblight

Epic Lylyth – just like regular Lylyth but with more Lylyth. That’s a pretty fair statement, but there are some differences between the two models. First off I went away from the bone armor that I had used on the original Lylyth. It looked ok on the model but I wound up not carrying it Read more about Lylyth, Shadow of Everblight[…]

Eiryss, Mage-Hunter of Ios (Alternate Sculpt)

This alternate sculpt of Eiryss, Mage-Hunter of Ios was available as a giveaway to people who sent the redemption form in a few issues of No Quarter magazine in to Privateer Press. Although I much prefer the dynamic nature of the original pose this one is definitely a higher quality sculpt overall.  I painted most Read more about Eiryss, Mage-Hunter of Ios (Alternate Sculpt)[…]