This paint job was the first place prize for a Hordes/War Machine tournament recently held at Phoenix Games.
Monday, September 21, 2009
Friday, May 29, 2009
I gathered the sand and glued it on to the base, carefully avoiding the areas that his feet were to be. After finishing all the gluing and painting, I set to painting the edge of the base. While doing so I noticed that the edge was very rough, it needed some serious filing.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
This guy was great to paint. I ran in to some challenges, the hardest one was trying to make the purple runes "glow", especially the ones on the club(the club still doesn't look as good as I wanted it, but it's close). Another challenge was filling in ALL of the cracks and divits and such (I'm still not sure if I got all of them). Mulg is one rocky dude.
If you enlarge the picture of the club on the left, you can see some spots I missed. Arg!
P.S. He is not on his real base. I usually glue the figures I paint on a temporary base While painting them. I can handle them better that way. Large models like this are difficult to hold while painting because they are so heavy, my fingers get tired. I painted the club last because it was easy to maneuver the troll around with it while I painted the rest.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
I painted this figure a while ago. It is the first Hordes figure that I ever saw, I thought it was so cool looking. What could be cooler than a huge troll? A huge troll with a machine gunning small troll riding it, of coarse!
Here's a close up of the little "pyg" gunner. I tried to make him look dirty from the machine gun powder, but it didn't turn out quite like I wanted it.
Saturday, May 9, 2009
These are some"Reaper" miniatures I have painted. Reapers are some of my favorite miniatures to paint. The wolf and archer were my very first miniatures that I ever painted (about 6 years ago) They are all about the same size as the elf by the Penny.