Sanael Posted June 17, 2012 Share Posted June 17, 2012 We recently decided to try a tabletop minis wargame. We went with PP's Warmahordes for a number of reasons (Warlord was a likely contender until we got to the "how many people nearby play this game?" part of the pro/con list). For my army, I'm going with Legion of Everblight, in large part because I like the minis best (and the warbeasts will make nice monsters in my D&D campaign!). This shepherd is the first mini I painted up for the army, and served as the guinea pig for skin, eye treatment, etc., for the rest of the army. I'm pretty pleased with the skin color, and I was able to knock it out in a hurry. The whole mini is about 6 hours of work, which is approaching short enough to be reasonable given the "lots of little shooty guys" approach of my army. I figure, if I can manage to do two or three minis in that span of time, assembly-lining them, to about this quality, I'll be doing well. Heh. My big question, aside from my usual hopes for critiques from all and sundry, is about the eyes: I'm very happy with the red liner, but I'm torn about the pupil-less approach. On the one hand, it looks kinda cool and reflects the soul-sapped nature of these blighted elfy folk; on the other, it could just be laziness on my part, not wanting to dot every eye in a 35-pt army. What do you all think? Thanks as always! 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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