Warhammer Underworlds: Grymwatch

Some degenerate cannibals, to hang out in front of other, less cool degenerate cannibals.

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Notrek and Faulix

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“Gurnisson, son of Gurni you say? Never heard of him”

Also-ran heroes rendered in chunky 1990s single piece plastic.

Definitely not these guys, no sir…
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Skaven Warlocks

“Magic is just science that you don’t understand yet! Now eat Mind Bullet Incantation Cannon!”

With Frostgrave 2nd edition on the way, I decided to paint a magical ratman duo.

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Warcry Ruined City/Starter Set Terrain

“Ruined City”

One of the big draws of the Warcry starter set is the really lovely set of terrain in the box, plastic ruins designed to set the scene of a ruined city, long ago abandoned to barbarism by a retreating force of “good” guys.

For multiple reasons, I had been itching to get the set set painted since release, about a year ago.

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Verminlord Deceiver

Ratnarok the Unseen, Verminlord Deceiver

Some giant anthropomorphic rat daemon miniatures are bigger than others. This one was… enormouse.

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Skaven Night Runners

How long does it take to make a ninja? In the sho3box dojo, over twenty years…

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Rangers of Shadow Deep Lucky Dip

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I’m prepping for some Rangers of Shadowdeep games, working on a range of bits and pieces from all sorts of sources.

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Thorns of the Briar Queen

Painting the Sepulchral Guard was fun, so I got stuck into another undead Underworlds warband immediately afterwards.

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Sepulchral Guard

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Seven skeletons painted primarily for Warhammer Underworlds, but really to be used in any game where I want to get my Harryhausen on.

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Citadel Harpies (#paintabob)

“Grimmer than these scarce any prodigy, nor any plague e’er rose at the wrath of the gods from the Stygian waves: a winged thing with maiden’s face, belly o’erflowing and most foul, a hooked hand, and face hunger-pale forever.”
— Virgil, The Aeneid, Book III, ll. 253-257… assuming that TVTropes, where I copied it from, is correct, cos I’m not that literary by a looong shot.

Corvids, Greek myth, eighties political satire, Contrast paint and Bob Olley = profit.

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