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Another old figure from Target games Chronopia line. This one is a demon of some sort, so I painted it up as a follower of Khorne (GW's god of war and battle).

I free handed the shield device, and even managed to get the eyes looking fairly decent. I also tried to work a little more on shading and highlighting red with this figure.

 

Maybe a little above tabletop? Let me know what you think, please.

 

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Blood for the Blood God!!!

 

 

 

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Looks great!

Above tabletop he is.

 

I know this guy, had him once.

 

If you want to level up more., than paint a little brown wash in the nostrils, and in the recesses of the horns.

Maybe some Lighter red highlight on the skin.

 

But he's fine as is, and I paint for display, you want to build an army for the battle right?

Chronophia had some great figs.

 

Which reminds me...I still have a Kutura Lancer and a War Troll waiting for me somewhere.

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Thank you!


 

But he's fine as is, and I paint for display, you want to build an army for the battle right?

Chronophia had some great figs.

 

Which reminds me...I still have a Kutura Lancer and a War Troll waiting for me somewhere.

I like to delude myself by thinking that I'll eventually use some of these guys for a game of Kings of War; we'll see if that ever actually comes to pass. In the meantime, it's still fun to paint them. ::):

 

Is the war troll the one with 4 arms? I think Ive got him, too.

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Thank you!

 

But he's fine as is, and I paint for display, you want to build an army for the battle right?

Chronophia had some great figs.

 

Which reminds me...I still have a Kutura Lancer and a War Troll waiting for me somewhere.

I like to delude myself by thinking that I'll eventually use some of these guys for a game of Kings of War; we'll see if that ever actually comes to pass. In the meantime, it's still fun to paint them. ::):

 

Is the war troll the one with 4 arms? I think Ive got him, too.

 

I might have remembered him wrong, it seems I have a War Ogre. A big fellow ( troll/ogre sized duh) with fangs.

He wields a smicitar like sword, has a big round shield. wearing mail armor and a helmet with a spike on it.

 

Pfff. now I want to paint him too.. **** adds another mini on the "to do" pile ****

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