It felt weird batch painting five models from three different units but in the end it wasn't too bad. It does leave me with three unfinished squads which I'm not going to be able to finish until I receive future issues of Conquest but oh well. After the jump I treat you to some close ups and different angles of the models.  


Did some more work on Zarbag's Gitz. Inspired by the Boggleye in the Gobbapalooza set (seriously, what a great set) I decided to paint Zarbag's hood yellow. I'll also want to add some freehanded "flames" like on the 'Eavy Metal version but in black, kinda inverted. The firefly trapped in his lantern was painted in the same way like my Nighthaunts, hinting at some sort of ethereal spirit. As you might notice, I changed the colour of the wooden bows and staff to a brownish grey, like on my Sepulchral Guard. Felt more consistent. The dark green (seen on the model on the left) also looked a bit weird on the arrows in combination with the yellow fletchings. I'll repaint the models from the first batch to match.

Hope I can present you the finished warband soon!


Hi all and a happy new year to all of you! I hope you had some nice holidays. Here you can see the very last miniature I painted in 2018. It's the Gnasher Screamer from the Gellerpox Infected faction from the Rogue Trader Kill Team box set. I didn't like the 'Eavy Metal version, so I created a paint scheme on my own of what I think matches better with this Nurgle tainted miniature.

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