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The base of my entire army is complete, meaning the first units I brought starting are all painted. Here's a few pictures, ones with the best lighting. CLICK on All Sizes about it to zoom in.
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Still got more wild riders and glade riders, and a block of eternal guard, which won't be painted until better rules are release... that or I am bored.
Last edited by Backdraft005; February 13th, 2009 at 04:29.
They look really nice! Really well painted, and a great use of colour on some of the models! Rep for you sir!
Good job buddy, they look really good
Its inspired me to take photos of my finished armies, we should start a thread. Seeing someones whole army fully painted and based is good incentive for others.
PLAN CLAN MAN!!
He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
They look great. I especially like your treemen. Where is that model from?
Reaper my good sir (or camel i should say), the grave horror one. I found another model in the reaper selection that would been PERFECT for a Waywatcher champ or hero, lest it was discontinue. So sad.
Thank you for the comments! Making up for the quantity is the quality of the posters. Really appreciate it, and I hope to see your armies as well. I should have a small chaos army to post in no time, as I am painting unit by unit, requiring MAJOR restraint of not going on a spending spree. Sure you know how it feels... best part is that i got a bunch of extra shields from my knights, which ill use on the warriors in the front rank, SWEET.
So it's from Reaper? Sweet, they have a huge collection of awesome models I must say. ANd one should dare to be different!
Can't wait to see more from ya.
Good job man! Always nice to see fully painted armies.