Wednesday, December 4, 2013

20 Hi-Fi Plague Bearers on Maggot Bases Join the Fight!


TJ here with some more Daemons I have painted up and this time, I am adding 20 colorful Plague Bearers to the mix. Why are they so colorful and not green? Why not!



I am making a tutorial right now that should post up over the next week that details how I painted these an my Horrors, so I will spare you the long "How I Paint These" explaination.


It should go without saying to those who follow the blog regularly, that I am a fan of corrupted flesh and BRIGHT colors, so it should be no suprise I went there hard on these models with bright poison swords!


I also added bruising with purples and pinks and a yellow patch around them.


The maggot bases are the work of Chris Vinton. After he made them, I casted up a couple hundred.


As far as the models go, these are the best plague bearer models to date and I have owned the previous two generations ... both of which were terrible.


There are tons of nice and gory details on these and I really enjoyed painting them.




With that said, I would love to hear what you think of the job and of course, if you have a bunch of unpainted plague bearers, check out the upcoming tutorial for a way to paint these up quick (two hours a squad quick.


9 comments:

  1. Those are thoroughly disgusting! ...In other words, perfect. Nice work, man!

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  2. Nice work. Looking forward to the tutorial!

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  3. They look great. Fantastic alternative colour scheme for them. I love how the bright colours really makes them pop and really draws your eyes in. cool stuff

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  4. The bruising looks really good, TJ! Your color scheme is a nice change from what everyone else (including me) does: Nurgle = green. Well done!

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  5. Very nice. I would probably have swapped the yellow/purple ratio but that is really a matter of preference. You might consider adding a water effect to the sword to give it an oozing look (which you already almost have) or maybe the new GW paint that does that.

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  6. I think people who don't like the new PB models are dumb.
    Not really.
    But the new models are awesome and a scheme like this really makes them shine. Great work as always TJ.

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  7. These look great. Very detailed, and no doubt will be a great army to play with on the tabletop

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  8. Thanks everybody! To Paul, I just opened the new effects paint and will try it out when I get off the boat, so I may add it to the scheme.

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