And now for something completely else! I needed a break from painting terrain, so I picked up Zarbag's Gitz for a little painting challenge. I haven't painted Greenskins before, so this should be fun. I love painting Warhammer Underworlds warbands, as they allow you to paint a bunch of characterful models without the need to commit to a whole army. My rendition will probably be pretty close to the 'Eavy Metal version, so black robes and light green skin, but with a few personal touches here and there. For example, my Squigs will be a deeper crimson red, and I'll try to incorporate a few more yellow spots. Let's see how this turns out.

Did you paint Zarbag's Gitz, too, or have you seen a cool alternate paint scheme? Drop a link in the comments below, I'm open for inspiration!

Next up are tje classic Necromunda buildings made out of cardboard and plastic bulkheads. I loved the look of those buildings back then and the artwork stood the test of time. I always wanted to own a set of these, and thanks to ebay and facebook groups I now have a whole set of Necromunda and Outlaws buildings plus a couple of spare pieces. The aim, for now, is to paint a complete Necromunda and Outlaw set and combine them with my "modern" terrain sets. I started with the largest building from the Necromunda set, made up of 12 bulkheads. Check out another picture after the jump.

Just a quick one-off figure this time. It's a Goblin Princess! Another great figure by Black Tree Design. I painted this one in between projects. Just straight up proper painting. Very enjoyable experience and a fun, unique figure which I'm sure I'll find use for in many Fantasy skirmish games in the future. Hope you like her!

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