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Brimstone Horrors of Tzeentch

07/02/2017 2 comments

This weekend’s been somewhat Horrific…

Sorry*

As I’ve got an Age of Sigmar tournament coming up next month, I decided that I’d need some backup for my Tzeentch chaps.  More importantly, I decided it was high time to conquer my fear of painting all-yellow miniatures.  I think I’ve done okay.

Brimstone Horrors 01

Brimstone Horrors 02

Brimstone Horrors 03

Brimstone Horrors 04

I painted these using The Duncan’s method which you can view below:

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Obviously mine aren’t nearly as good, I am but a mere mortal!

 

*Obviously, in no way actually sorry, shut up!

 

Screamers of Tzeentch

06/08/2017 Leave a comment

I’m attending an Age of Sigmar doubles tournament in August so I decided to get my finger out and get some of my daemonic backlog sorted. First on the list is the very easy to paint Screamers. 


These three took less than a couple of hours from sprue to finish, somehow I doubt the rest will be that easy…

Plaguebearers of Nurgle

08/24/2016 1 comment

Plaguebearers

Finished these chaps over the last few days, this now means that I have a good troops base for my daemonic allies.  It also gives me a halfway decent small Age of Sigmar army…

I’m going to miss painting Nurgle minis, I still have a Forge World Chaos Marine Nurgle Sorcerer and a Renegade Knight that I hope to paint in the Grandfather’s colours, but I think I should concentrate on my millions of half-finished projects currently residing in the Drawer of Shame 😉

Stormcast Eternal Liberator

07/10/2015 1 comment

As seemingly half the gaming word as done, I picked up a copy of White Dwarf 75 and have just finished painting the free Stormcast Eternal Liberator.

Stormcast Eternal 01

Stormcast Eternal 02

I’ve not painted a gold miniature since my cack-handed attempt to paint the original Captain Tycho model in the dim and distant.  This time I ensured there was an even coat of Leadbelcher before I started layering up the gold colours.

This was a fun model to paint, not my best work by a long short but I certainly enjoyed painting something a bit different.  Will I collect an army of these boys?  Maybe.