Progress Report: Death Guard Session 5

The Death Guard are ready for battle.

I had to cut a few corners to get them done for Saturday’s 40k release in the shop, but with Nurgle figs I think you can be a bit sloppy and still make them look good. I loosely followed the painting guide that came in the core box. I could have easily spent more time on these figs, I’ll come back to them at some point to pick out a few more details.

Progress Report: Death Guard Session 3

Feels like I’m slowing down at this point and did not complete much in my last session. Next paint session I’ll paint bone bits.


DCIM100GOPROGOPR1728.I also got distracted painting figures for the Conan board game. When I finish this batch I’ll have minion figures painted for every scenario from the campaign book and basic game!


More Chaos Dwarfs / Dwergs

I ordered these figs awhile ago from Darkling games, I now have a few painted up. I will post them again with other projects but in the meantime, with the few I have painted, I wanted to show why I liked them so much.

-Every fig from the seventeen-figure pack is unique.

-Bold detail making painting easy.

-METAL models!

-Old school Chaos Dwarf feel.

-The pack also filled many holes in my force I need models for


As I inserted the above photo, I realized its a bit blurry, so I thought I’d include my next post too.

I played a bunch of Age of Sigmar games without command. Now I have enough command figures for both my units.


This is my new wizard. I bought the Dwerg pack from Darkling games for many good reason, BUT, I think this figure is one of the main reasons.

Next post I’ll show better photos of the mutants and what I’ve planned for them!


These beastmen completes my path to glory warband.

I bought these figs in the early 90s and have played with them hundreds of times. They are back in action with a new paint job & shields.


My shaman has seen the most action in Warhammer Quest Silver Tower games.