Joyous January - painting topic

Hello!

A new year, a new thread to post all your painting progress! I’m looking forward to everything you’re going to show!

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Let me start of this topic by posting my two most recent Goblin additions: a regiment of fleabags and a wingit!


As usual, WIP pictures and other painting stuff can be found on my blog.

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Heya! Last year wasn’t up to my usual productive levels, so I’m hoping I’ll be able to turn that around this year and paint myself at least another army or two. :wink:

Anyway, here’s my first mini for the year - my second Flame Priest. :slight_smile:

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Chariot is done, only the Taskmaster himself is missing.


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Looks great! This is for Ratkin Slaves, i take it? That’s an army I’ve wanted to do ever since it was released. :slight_smile:

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Yes, for Ratkin Slaves. I bought some Rats a while ago, but niw a friend started with regular Ratkin. I came up with starting Slaves, since I already got some Orcs, which could be used in regular AD

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Nearly done Frostfang Lord/Vampire on Not-flying pegasus.
Nothing like having a big project to do to get motivated to paint something that’s not for my project! Love this mini.

The cape is done with a zenithal undercoat and AP Speed Paint over top. After using this technique with a dozen models or so I’m super happy with the result.




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That whole ratkins - ratkins slaves - abyssal dwarf - orc army progression thing is potentially dangerous!

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True, especially if I start transfer the idea to my Sylvan Kin and split them up into Elves and FoN! Soon I end up with a ‘Sceleris amount’ of armies!

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That’s a cool miniature @Findol. Love it!

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as I’m still trying to shake off a bug i’ve had since my most recent batch of booster jabs got in the way. I spent the weekend re-basing/rebuilding my Romans and Celts to make them ready for a Kings of War game using (as much as possible) . Mostly, it is just putting them on a correct size and shape base, as they were all built to be multi-dimentional, but the Roman Auxillery Cavalry got a full work over into 4 KOW troop equivalents (/2 regiments/1 horde…) as i wasn’t happy with the bases i’d cobbled together. Also, my Praetorians also needed some reshaping to make them 2 x troop units too. I considered converting the Romans to Varungar, but in the End i opted for Kingdom of Men to try that.
The Battle itself will be the exact same one that i tried in the Hail Caesar Invasion of Britain Battle at the Medway, based on the historical event itself. I have my roman army almost ready, except points , and my Celts will be Herd as previous, so should be easy to complete.

I’ve painted a blue trim around Auxiliary units and Red for the Romans themselves

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Not the first thing I painted this year, but the first completed (i.e. based) mini:

Centaur Chief #3 for my Herd. Sculpt is a repainted / gently converted prepaint from defunct game Golem Arcana. Pretty substantial pin through that stump :sweat_smile:

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I love it @Boss_Salvage

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Painted two boxes of Scorchwings!

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They look sweet @FredOslow

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Finished another regiment of SilverBreeze for clash of kings Australia this weekend.


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Love those Ellyrian Reavers! They look fantastic @MechaSturgeon. Great variation of foliage and superclean paint. Well done.

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very nice @MechaSturgeon . You can almost smell the pollen in the air.

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Slow, slow, slower than slow, … that’s me. Did get around to starting work on the first wing segments though last week… finally :slightly_smiling_face:

Still lots to do!!!

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The steel juggernaut for my dwarves is complete. I really felt I’d buggered it up for a while but it turned out ok!


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