Mittwoch, 6. März 2019

The big, the bad and the ugly

This couldn't wait. Fresh from the painting table and both done in one day. A Chaos Warlord from Demonworld and an old Epic Great Unclean one from Games Workshop. Those 6mm Greater Daemons work perfectly in 15mm - good thing I have all of them and the Primarchs as well!







 

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  1. That's just hideous and evil.....well done!

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  2. I am really loving your reinvention of Heroquest as a 15mm game. So clever, and very inspiring too.

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    1. Thanks a lot, Carole! It may be silly doing it all over again, but I really need SPACE. That's why my 28mm stuff has to go and this is a nice substitute. :)

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    2. Hey, one of 15mm's biggest assets is that it's compact. Sometimes that makes for amazing tiny sculpts, sometimes it makes for more room in your house.

      These look fantastic as always, and I always appreciate using different scales together. I always thought 28mm Nurglings would be great for 15mm.

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    3. Actually, my next post will show you how well they fit, Allison - Harhar! :D

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  3. Hey awesome work! Can I ask how you made the tiles?

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  4. Hello Erik! I used styrofoam and carved the grid into it. Then I took a ball of tinfoil and rolled it over the styrofoam until it took that stone-like texture. The rest was drybrushing and some washes. Thanks for your interest,

    Skully :)

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    1. Ooh, now that's a hobby tip you can take to the bank!

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  5. That Nurgle daemon is a perfect fit for the scale.
    Nice brushwork too!

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  6. Excellent work! Love the Nurgle demon.

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