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Life has served me some distractions, as it usually does, but here I am again. The plan for this evening was to finish the big guy (called Terror) and paint the smaller one (called Horror) from the start. Calling them done, yay! It will be a significant increase in my army size (points wise) after I get them on bases.



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Based and finished these two guys, taking my army to 1500 points or so! 


The original Terror and a link to my version:





The original Horror and a link to my version:





Terror and Horror, I know, right? I didn't come up with these names ^_^



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I sat down this afternoon to start a unit of Soulflayers, flying cavalry. Well, big brushes and washing/glazing/drybrushing made me not only start, but also finish painting them. Wow, big surprise for me! Also, they don't really fit the gaming base, lol. So, I don't have a unit of Soulflayers, but I have 3 mind-screeches, flying spell-casting monsters. If you recall the cthulhish model from earlier, I already have one of those and I don't need more than three... So, the first one will now be ... Not sure yet, something else :)



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2 on a base? Not a bad idea, but I have three, so I'd have one additional which I could not use elsewhere in the army. And I don't feel like buying and painting another one :)


Today I checked the colour scheme for Reapers, powerful close combat unit. They are monsters (like everything in that army), but I'm using chaos warriors converted to nurgle followers (not by me, I bought them).




It's fun but also challenging to search for different schemes on different units while trying to keep the coherent army look

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