Really like the proportions on this one. Great kitbash and paintjob! If it's one thing I could set my finger on is that the base blends to much with the mini. I don't know if that's intentional but it kinda drowns the overall composition. Bah never mind me, it's awesome.
Thanks Tommy!You´ve certainly got a point about the base.Admittedly I am aware of the problem. Maybe a nuln oil wash to darken the base even further....
Disaster?! Why?! He's just perfect!
I said it felt like a "disaster halfway through". That doesn´t mean it turned out a disaster - I´m quite pleased with it.
That's a really cool take on the nurgle symbol on his shield. Very reminiscent of the way the "Eavy Metal" team used to paint them up in the old Realm of Chaos books.Great job!
Yeah - I was going for an old school look. This whole warband will more or less be a tribute to the Lost and the Damned of yesteryear.
That Blightking helmet just works so well with the Plaguebearer body! And I love the old skool shield -- quite "oldhammer-y" ;)Excellent job, as usual!
Thanks Krauty!Do you think I should add tiny checkers around the edge? Even more oldschool...
Hmm, maybe in the upper right and lower left corners -- the corners without all the pockmarks due to rust? I think there's a very real danger of the whole thing ending up way too busy, though...
I think you might be right there... Thanks for the input!
Finally feeling inspired enough to get back to working on some of my own Nurgle stuff. Thankyou.Could see a crow landing on his antlers as a cheeky passenger.
Ha! Yeah - a crow or a mangy buzzard or something. Or a big giant nurgly fly.
Great looking model. The helm fits so well with the rest. And love the shield and the fly-symbol!As for suggestions on more members in the warband I'd love to see your take on a Nurgle Centaur.
Thanks! There's actually already pkans for a nurgly centaur... Stay tuned!