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 finished another warband for Warhammer Underworlds. Morgok’s Krushas!
I decided to go for a darker colour scheme than the standard yellow. For no other reason than to try something different with them. Love painting orks (Orruks?).
If I ever go back to them (as my good lady points out, I never do!), I think the bases need work, and some of the skin tones need to look more bruised and battered in certain areas. Great models though.
I have finally got round to painting the New Fabius Bile model. He has been a bit of a favourite of mine since the Mark Gibbons artwork (posted at the bottom of this article).
I wanted to achieve a contrast on this model between Fabius’ skin coat, and his own actual flesh. He is so riddled with the Blight, that I wanted his flesh coat to have a more vibrant skin colour than his living flesh. It’s a great new model and a lot of fun to paint. I would have liked some faces on his skin coat, but that’s my one and only small gripe!
Happy new year to everyone. I hope people had as safe a new year as they could do whilst having a little fun!
The first miniature I have finished this year is the fantastic new Drazhar model. This is a gaming piece, so a few corners were cut, but it would honestly be a great model to do as a presentation piece.