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Hi, I plan on trying out warhammer in the future and I accidentally have enough orc minis to make a 50 renown skirmish warband.
So, here they are: 6 savages, 7 archers, and a avatars of war orc shaman resin copy I plan on using as an wierdnob shaman (leader of the group) that needs to be based.
I plan on putting some rocks, sand and grass on their bases, and then giving them a nice paintjob.
I have never painted a "unit" or an army before, and I would be super thankful for any tips or suggestions that you might have for me before I even start, so please feel free to post them! :D
This whole project might take and I will post all updates in this topic.
Cheers and Waaaaagh!
*** Please read in David Attenborough's voice***
Even the cold North has it brief moment of Spring.
The Ice will never melt completely, but the small rise in temperature will melt some, giving the scarse plantlife a chance to sprout.
Of course melting ice will also mean that large chunks will fall and this can surprise even the most experienced Yeti Chieftain as we see here.
Our Yeti Chieftain Gorm was distracted by his thoughts of a certain female of the species, it is Spring after all...when he found himself too close to a ice mountain.
A sudden crackling sound and a large chunk came down.
Gorm found himself paralyzed with fear, and this would be his doom.
Here is the last piece of the army: an orc boss to lead the horde. The model is called Grumlok and Gazbag, and I believe it's based on a Warhammer Online model.
As an extra, there is also a new ogre tyrant. I picked up this guy to lead my combined horde of greenskins and ogres.
Just finished this for my sister! Hope it arrives close ish to Christmas but at least it's finally done - only been planning it since last year or so.
These are the Darksword minis Owlbear and cubs, as my sissy has two kids, and we joke a lot about going all momma bear, I thought this would be perfect for her :D She's also a hunter so a woodland scene is right up her alley.
Not my best job tbh, I'm pleased it came out ok but was hoping to get more detail etc in. I'd wanted to make the trees but no time =/ Better to get it done than sit on it another year.
It's in a softball display case, on a wood base I picked up at Michaels. So no need to dust!
Here is the last model in the force to be painted before break starts: the boar chariot. I believe I will make my deadline!
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