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I have just fot my first figs for Warmachine and look forward to getting to know the game. I've been playing GW stuff for years but wanted to play a skermish type game. Here is my first fig painted for the Menoth, what do ya think?
I think it looks pretty good!
The white looks very clean, and the base is excellent (especially the little lava glowing bit at the bottom)
I'm not a massive Menoth fan, but I like seeing spiffy-looking minis, so I'll have to keep an eye out for more!
Thanks for posting this.
Nice basing looks great
My Current Armies
Dwarfs 7000pts, HE 3500pts, VC 2500pts, Menoth 2500pts
See them at Stumpy Heaven
Good paint job, but to the OP I just have a question...why do alot of people see Warmachine as a skirmish type game?
I've never played warhammer/40k so I don't have experiance with that, but I mean Warmachine can have really large long lasting games.
I think most people mean by skrimish is that every model acts on its own and is not need to stay in coherency with others in a unit. Not sure though as i dont know rules for warmachine.
Hm, that doesn't seem right, because warmachine has unit cohesion rules and stuff, and units act as units...it may just be the difference in size of games and number of models on the field between warhammer and warmachine
Warning - Off Topic: The main "skirmish" line of thinking is a combination of some stuff I think.
As mentioned, coherency exists, but in Warmachine it is extendd by 2".
Also mentioned, models generally activate independently of each other, or do actions independent from one another (except special attacks and such).
But I think the main reason is that in 40k, one generally has at least 30 models on the table (and that's if you are playing, say necrons at a small points), and it scales up quickly in size.
Warmachine, due to the presence of warjacks, has a lower model count overall I feel.
At least, I think that's why people view it as a skirmish type game.
OP, I like the base and the model overall, but my favorite part is the shading on the robe. I especially like how it seems to be shaded with the scab red color the armor plates share.