Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Poxgut

I did this plaguebearer as a warm-up before painting the converted blightking. 




I simply adore the plastic plaguebearers - they look exactly like Adrian Smiths illustrations in Realm of Chaos. They're also ridiculously fun to paint. 

While fairly new models, they have a lot of oldschool charm with grinning jovial faces  instead of angry ones, tiny nurglings mischievously pulling on intestines and so on. The only thing I don't like are the swords who look like pointy sticks so that was replaced.

Here he is next to the rest of Mawgut Gloops warband. 

 

16 comments:

  1. Nice warband my friend ! I love the colours, it gives an impression of a sepia photo... Old school vibe, rusty, dirty... hell yeah NURGLE ! love the different sizes that really add to the warband's visual

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    1. Thanks mate! i'll mail you the pics later today!

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  2. Very nice - love the blue horn and tongue!

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  3. Cheers! I do seem unable to stay away from that blue-green spot colour...

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  4. Once again Mr. Egerkrans: great job! Love the skintone.

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  5. Beautiful work as usual - really inspiring for my own Nurgle work, both with the conversions and the painting.

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  6. The sword switch was a great choice - I too am not a fan of the pointy standard option they come with.

    Really great PB. Your colouring for nurgle skin schemes is perfect.

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  7. That's a lovely warband, Jeff!
    I like the different sizes of models, and the way your colour scheme links them together.

    It is hard to tell which one I like the most... Probably the one based on the Ork Runtherd for it is the most unexpected conversion! He looks really grim too!
    I while probably steal the idea for a Hearlad of Nurgle conversion if that's alright...

    Great stuff!

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    morbäck

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    1. You go right ahead and steal whatever ideas you want, Morbäck!

      Can´t wait to see your take on him...

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  8. Very detailed, though I believe it should lance its abscesses! Don't you think so?

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    1. Yeah. Probably get a flu shot as well...

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  9. Really nice stuff. I guess I'm a little bit late (like a year and half), so I'm not sure if you'll see this. But what did you use for the plaguebearer's blade?

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