Sunday, 13 September 2015

Age of Sigmar! ... And more Nurgley stuff.

Hi again guys - GR here.

Like I promised, here's some pictures of what I've been working on, for the last week. 2 full units of Blight Kings and a sorcerer for my AoS nurgle warband. I'm really enjoying the simple, fast-paced game, and painting something that's not power armour for a change. Fun stuff, and enjoyable to paint too - I used my "not quite, but almost watercolour" technique on these guys, and used mainly washes and thinned paints on a white undercoat - works wonderfully for Nurgle stuff.

On the workbench I've got:

A heavily converted Maggoth lord with a 2 headed, 4 armed monster
An ENORMOUS Nurgle giant
A lord on a Daemonic steed
... And 3 nurgle trolls.

Hopefully more to come very soon. Click on the pictures for large versions.


13 comments:

  1. Niiiiice dude... Or should it really be. Groooooossss dude :-D

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  2. Great to see you back!! And great looking figures. PS. I think I can guess what the giant is made from :)

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  3. That is very nice GR!
    Perhaps some more variation in the flesh tones like an extra reikland wash on the extra diseased bloated parts? Like the legs on the guys on the left for instance.

    Can't wait to see the trolls!

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    1. Thanks a lot, Johan! It's no secret that your style is a bit of an inspiration for some of my colour schemes, but I'm still a bit scared to use the bright spot colours you often use - somehow they just work on your minis, not so much on mine. ;)

      I'll look into the varying skin colours - it's certainly worth a shot. :)

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  5. Very nice indeed! The only thing i can add is that they look really clean? Dirt and ooze should be a part of every follower of the father after all :) Maybe some powders and hot glue? Just a suggestion.

    Looking forward to the conversion work!

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  6. Lovely work - serious hobby envy going on. I'm having a brain fart and don't recognise the independent character - where is he from?

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    1. Sorry about the late reply - it's from the Glottkin kit. :)

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  7. Great work.
    How did you do the green?

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    1. Hi Mads - it's a basecoat of Loren Forest, washed with Agrax and Athonian camoshade, drybrushed very lightly with Rotting Flesh (I think Nurgling Green from the present paint range?). Then I added stains, drips and runs with various red and purple washes.

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