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21 April 2019

Nurgle Daemons Feculent Gnarlmaw

This week I've a couple of Nurgle trees to present!

Very interesting models to paint - and I think they came out quite nicely!

14 April 2019

Nurgle Daemons Plague Drones

Now on to some of Grandfather Nurgles finest! Plague Drones.

These were a pain to pain! Aside from the PlagueBearers I fully assembled the modes so found the wings harder to airbrush than if I'd have kept them separate.

I painted the PlagueBearers using the same colour scheme covered here.

For the Plague Drones, i used the following paints:

  • Body - Death World Forest > Ogryn Camo > Ushabti Bone
  • Wings - Zandri Dust > Karak Stone (around the edges)
  • Legs - Loren Forest > Castellan Green > Dryad Back
  • Carapace - Abaddon Black > Eshin Grey > Dawnstone

7 April 2019

Sylvaneth Drycha Hamadreth

Next up is Drycha!! What a model this lady is. Fantastic design... it was a tad awkward to paint even using subassemblies but it all came together nicely in the end.

As Drycha is a named character, instead of following my standard Sylvaneth colour scheme, I followed the suggested colours on the reverse of the box. The only change was I applied the shade as the final stage - after gloss varnish and mixed with Quickshade Mixing Medium.

31 March 2019

Sylvaneth Spirit of Durthu

Whilst I had my camera and lighting set up for the Fellowship of the Ring models, I thought I'd take some good shots of some models I haven't posted about. First up is Durthu!

This is the 3rd Treelord type dude I've pained so I'm very used to dividing the model into the most appropriate subassemblies and how to get the best out of my colour scheme - which is described here.

24 March 2019

Fellowship of the Ring

Following my first foray into playing MESBG I bashed on through the remaining Fellowship models... and here they all are!

It's nice to have my first MESBG army finished! - especially when its only 9 models.

Of particular note; painting the Hobbits was the biggest challenge. I've not completed such small miniatures before but it was a great way to practice brush control.. and I think they came out ok!