I painted this model quite some time ago, but only just got round to taking a few pics of her. I have no idea why she has one boob out, or just how cold she must be when she flies up into the sky at a decent altitude, but if it makes her happy, so be it.
Dark Elves clearly don’t believe in wrapping up warm.
Another classic mini for my Dark Elf force. The Supreme Sorceress. Tricky model this, but a very cool pose! That being said, she comes from a place called the “The Land of Chill”, I would pop a cardi on, must be freezing.
I still don’t own a Morathi on Pegasus, maybe I should consider selling that kidney… hmmm….
Still, I should probably think about some actual infantry for my heroes to mingle with.
In my continued bid to relive my youth and make a Warhammer Fantasy Battles army my 12 year old self would be happy with, I have painted up another Dark Elf. This time the classic 5th edition (?!?) model of Morathi. I am yet to obtain her model in which she is riding a dark Pegasus, but hopefully I will be able to get my mits on one.
I was a bit gutted when Dark Elves were left out of the line up for the upcoming Old World release, but by all accounts, they will still get a “get you by” army list to use, so fingers crossed they may get some love at some point down the line.
With that in mind, I have decided to build up an army of the Druchii, starting with this Repeater Bolt Thrower.
I decided to put the crew on 25mm bases, as it looks better, and it seems to be the way they are taking the game. Which is great, as it means more pose ability for models going forward, and not trying to rank up models all in the exact same pose.
I do miss Warhammer Fantasy Battle, Age of Sigmar feels hollow in comparison, but that may just be nostalgia.
I have painted up Archaon to act as a Chaos Lord to lead my Varanguard. The new Archaon model is cool and all that, but this model is peak Archaon. If I am honest, I think it was peak metal miniatures (for all their faults) and Warhammer Fantasy Battle.
I have had quite the trip down memory lane during the current lock down. Not only did I paint Aenur, I have also dug out the original Gotrek and Felix models. These guys are classics, and whilst they were fun to paint, you really do get a sense of how much miniature making has come along.
Every now and then, an old model from my youth jumps out at me from the past, and I decide I have to paint it. Aenur is one such model. I remember getting this miniature free on the front of White Dwarf when Mordheim came out. I have now finally got round to painting him.
Sixth Skelemans complete. Just one more to go, then it’s Thousand Sons time!
Fifth Skelemans completed!
Just two more to go, then probably gonna start work on a Thousand Sons project!
Fourth one done! These minis are so cool. Just wish I had more time to spend on them and to actually paint them quicker!