Well, its been slow progress since last time, so not a huge post today.
The smaller creatures are all now done and appear suitably gribbly. Is it normal to develop an itch when playing with so many insects…?
Next batch will be the four little Glitchlings and a the trio of Vox-Shamblers. When they get done its on to the last, and biggest, of the figures.
Remember that Nurgle Killteam that I undercoated in the warm start to the summer. Startlingly it seems to have reached the top of the paint queue faster than a lot of other things…
Coronasan reminded me he had painted all of his Rogue Trader Killteam and would be ready to play the campaign from that game if only I had mine ready to go…
Well, as I wanted to try out more of the contrast paints, and while I was being helpfully badgered to get the crew done, I thought I might as well make a start.
Never one to do things in a sensible fashion, I started with all the smallest and most fiddly stuff. As these Gellerpox Infected guys are all close combat focussed, they are unlikely to be too effective in our normal games. They will make great choices, however, for a range of other games we play in the shed.
First up the Cursemites. Gotta love a few giant, mutant fleas.
Continuing the insect theme we also have some Eyestinger Swarms. Available in a number of sizes ranging from tiny fly swarm, too big, bulbous and buzzing.
As I was getting all the creatures done in one batch the wonderfully named Sludge-Grubs would also need to get done.
This lot have been treated to a small range of contrast paints, a selection of technical paints, along with my usual red, yellow and green, Smartie like, spot treatments (do they do Smarties abroad? Should that be M and Ms for all the non-Brits?).