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Alright ladz Gazrot here. Iz been banging sum eadz togevver and taken ovver dat sneaky gobbos tribe. Iz be bringing in my own boyz az fast az I can. Watch dis space!
This model was kindly given to me by The Painted Dragon website boss himself. So it's about time I got round to painting it. It's a brilliant model, not too much detail, not too cluttered and it looks absolutely badass. Perfect for Gazrot.
I choose yellow for several (personal) reasons. Here they are.
1. I love yellow. It's my favourite colour and I don't have any yellow armies.
2. It ties in nicely with the crooked moon tribe icons I've already painted.
3. I'm sick of painting blue and wanted a complete change.
I already have a substantially sized gobbo army, but thought rather then deliberately adding to it, I'd write a new 2000ptlist of Orcs and Goblins and collect and paint that. So it'd be like 2 separate armies in their own right, or a large collection I can play huge games with.
Gazrot - "Iz dun care, youz is gonna wear da new uniform!"
Shaman Sniksnot- "But Boss, da ladz are all laughin at me. Dey sayz I look fruity"
Gazrot - "Har har har, move along gorgeous"
Fungus da snot - "lemme at him"
Night Goblin Shaman Sniksnot and his trusty side kick Fungus da snot, a present from my friend Artemic on The Painted Dragon. Only taken me a year to get round to painting this gorgeous little gobbo.
How do you paint your yellow if you don't mind me asking? I need to paint some Bad Moons and can't for the life of me get a good yellow.
I'm HOPING and PRAYING that you are doing a unit of black orcs for this army.
It would look pretty amazing with them all painted in the same way as Gazrot. Clean, neat painting, great contrast between the green and yellow and a really effective, fabulous finish!
'Break out da choppaz, ladz, them stunties iz makin a fight of it. ZOG EM!'
This post is more a vent of ideas and thoughts floating around my head.
Firstly, arrer boyz should be finished by this Saturday. I'm really pleased with the pace of the batch painting. I'm painting batches of 5 orcs in about 8 hours. Of the arrer boyz I'm currently halfway through boyz 19 to 23, leaving the Nob (24) and the musician (25). These will be painted with the other 2 Nobs and 2 musicians I have to do from the other units. Would be nice to get the Nobs and Muscians done over the weekend. That would mean I'd have completed 25 boyz with 2x choppas, 25 arrer boyz, Command group for the spear boyz and command group for the choppa and shield boyz leaving 22 orc spear boyz and 22 orc choppa/shield boyz to paint.
Once I start to tire of painting boyz, I'm going to take a break and paint a Shaman in a chariot. I've inherited 2 chariots from Franksi, and 1 from Scott (Ex owner of DWHS). The shaman is from the Lair of the Orc Warlord Warhammer Quest Supplement. It will be magnetised (or some form of peg system) to the chariot to allow it to be attached to a normal base to either carry on fighting if its chariot gets destroyed, or if I want to use the Shaman in WHQ. I will also magnetise a spare crewman to replace the Shaman if i want to run a standard chariot.
Should have more pics of the finished arrer boyz by the weekend. Thanks for watching.
Argh, whenever I see da Greenies I wanna start an army of them so badly. But I'm like 20% into a Warriors of Chaos army currently.