BARBARIANS AND MORE FOR THE FROZEN CITYFollowing the completion of the first warriors I moved on to painting some different classes to bulk out the warband. I knew I wanted to start the campaign with a pair of Archers, at least one Warhound and a Barbarian, with Thugs making up the rest of the force under the Wizard and Apprentice.
I eschewed the more interesting classes like Thief or Tracker due to the restrictions of the models in my collection... something that will change soon as I order a few more miniatures.
I had painted a fourth Thug, but have no pictures of this model as it was damaged after falling off the gaming table and I have been forced to strip and repaint it - fixing the damage was rather extensive...
|First up is the Barbarian, using another Drune model from Confrontation. This model is big! Over a head taller than the other warriors, he stands out as something special|
|I love the ornate filigree across the model, and am really happy with how he turned out|
|Two Warhounds, based off the Corrupted Hounds from Malifaux|
|Great models considering they're made from plastic, I think I will build and paint up the other two soon - though I doubt I will ever run four in a warband!|
|This Warhound is loping forward slowly, jaws dripping with the blood of some unfortunate|
|This creature is running forward at full speed - I love the dynamism Malifaux models can pull off sometimes|
|This model will be the Wizard for the warband, a wasted figure who had dedicated his life to the fell magic|
|This model is from the Dark Age range - a Bone Doctor for the Skarrd faction|
|My first Archer. One of the strangest details is the pair of severed arms holding the paired daggers at the waist - a rather morbid curio for a already macabre model|
|Three Thugs, as seen in a previous post|