I have finished the Crimson Court. These are my favourite Warhammer Underworlds miniatures.
As with the other store anniversary model, I had only a day to paint Sylas Beastbane, so the focus here was on the minotaur head and his Sylas’ face.
Pretty happy with how he turned out all things considered! 😀
The new Warhammer store anniversary models are out this week in the UK, and I have managed to paint them up. I only had a day to paint each one, so I decided to do a quick job in the most part, and focus on a specific thing to make “look good”.
With Kamoteph I chose his staff of light! 😀
I have recently completed Vellas von Faine. Two more awesome vampires to paint from the Crimson Court warband.
I have been working on a few miniatures recently, with a view to designing my own chapter. And this is one such mini.
Briefly, the idea behind the chapter is that it is a Raven Guard successor chapter, and it was all but wiped out. With the arrival of the Primaris marines, the Chapter has a shot at survival. However things haven’t quite gone to plan, as many of the wargear and resources have not made it to their home world, and the Raven Guard have a history of unstable geneseed….
I am not 100% certain on the name. I chose sons of the Raven because they were allegedly wiped out, and I like the idea. But I was tempted with “Sons of the Crow”. Anyway. the basic thoughts are bumbling about in my brain.
I haven’t had as much time to paint recently, but I knew I had to paint Prince Duvalle from the Crimson Court box set. All four models in the box are amazing, but this guy is my favourite!
I love Dark Eldar, and I have recently been painting up some Kabalite warriors to go in my army. If it weren’t for some dastardly vampires, I would still be painting Dark ELdar!
I have finished off Khagra’s Ravagers. These are all great models, but, I really just painted these up because I like the Sorcerer model!
I have painted up the new Uriel Ventris model.
This is an odd model. I am not saying it is bad, because that isn’t true, and wouldn’t be fair. But it just seems like an “odd riff” on a Primaris marine. The shoes are a bit squared off, and the gold trim is pretty unique for a loyalist marine (that memory serves). Again, it isn’t bad, just different.
I have completed my third and Final Daemon Prince for my Thousand Sons. I wanted to have models that kept the style of the Thousand Sons, whilst also looking suitable for their role on the table top.
The theme of the three princes was to have one with very little corruption, almost a rubric prince. The second (this one) to show a little corruption, and the final one to be mega corrupted.
Anyway, here he is.
Here is the three of them in “order”: