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This statuesque demon prince has been on my to paint list for a while. Had fun using non-black blacks on him, skin base is Coal Black (Reaper 9693), highlighted with Coal Black mixed with neutral greys and also Mint Green for the highest highlights. The base cobblestones are Black indigo (Reaper 9603), with Lava Orange (Reaper 9218) as mortar. Also decided to try out the NMM Gold triad, so all the gold is NMM.
Reaper 3086 Nephal the Demon Prince in metal.
This is the Chasme from the AD&D Planescape line from Ral Partha (SKU 11-649). Painted with the new mermaid scale paint from the pre-order Brinewind set. Painted over Coal Black it makes great shiny insect carapace, and over white, awesome looking insect wings. I also had fun making a lava river for this creepy demon critter.
3D printed on my Elegoo Mars.
Design by Artisan Guild.
Abyss Demon this one came as a sample for presupported minis without his hands, so I printed two claws from the Death Tide Jurakin Set and upscaled those to 125% to fit the Demon.
He's part of my Horde of the North Project.
The Horde marches South to the civilized lands, ready to plunder and pillage.
Led by the mighty Mumlak all barbarians, beastmen, orcs and trolls join the Horde.
The Horde grows, sometimes a group gets impatient and infighting is common, Mumlak cares not.
There are enough warriors to conquer the Realm of Men.
A Shaman has performed a dark ritual and summoned a demon to join their cause.
Full of rage the clawed abomination enters the mortal realm, ready to kill.
Amused Mumlak watches the scene, wondering if the shaman will be able to control the demon.
I have now completed a squad of these minis. I just really like the style of the power armour for each type of soldier. Nearly all the parts are Reaper and come on the sprues for the actual minis. However I did head swap the alien chap, taking a head from a space soldier from Bones 4. And the older gentleman ("everything on this damn Battlefield beeps...") has a head from Victrix Limited, who make ancient and dark age figures.
Paint scheme was ultra simple, a primer layer with Vallejo Early Green, a wash with GW camoshade, and black templar contrast paint for the guns. Scale 75 Viking Gold for the visors. I am playing around with free hand, for the numbers and decoration, am not very good at it but can always paint the areas white again.
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