Thursday, 1 March 2018

An unspeakable horror.

An unspeakable horror.

(I cannot speak it's name because I have no idea what this model is called or who designed it)


I can honestly say that painting the model below was probably one of the hardest modelling jobs I have undertaken of late, not because of the size....I've painted bigger....but because of the complexity of the model.

There are so many different parts of this model that needed to be factored in when I started painting it plus when I bought this beast it was already built.

Enjoy.

















Graz'zt - The Dark Prince

Graz'zt - The Dark Prince


I've been on a bit of a painting binge over the last few weeks, if you have read my previous posts then you would have seen some dungeon scenery pieces that I finished a few days ago.

This sudden painting sprint is great news for me as I have a backlog of models that have been taking up a lot of space on my desk and now that pile of models has got a little smaller and a lot less evil.....enjoy the pictures.


Base colours added, I followed the painting scheme on the box that Graz'zt came in with the exception of the leather "kilt", I wanted to got for a brighter colour so I chose to paint this is red instead.

The finished article.
The model itself is very nicely sculpted but it's made from a very soft resin so the outstretched arm and sword really bend easily. This isn't great but overall the model looks good.

Slave Traders of Mulhorandi