Skulltaker

It’s been all about the blood and skulls here lately! I’ve taken the plunge to finish off some of the models for my Daemon army. It’s mostly a ‘showcase’ army. As far as I know each daemon God now has it’s own book and I’m not even sure they can all work together like they used too, but that’s how I’ve always envisioned a Chaos Daemon army – lot’s of gribbly things amassed together. Initially the army was an excuse to paint some wonderful and wacky colours on things; but for the Blood and Skull related things for the army I have gone a bit more traditional.

I used to like the previous installment of Skulltaker as a model, so when the new one came out I had to add him to my army list. His cloak is glorious and I had the most fun painting it (Almost as fun as my Mortifactors bases!) Speaking of bases, I wasn’t sure how well this one would turn out. Putting the texture paint on an already textured base felt dubious at the time, but I think it worked rather well.

7 Replies to “Skulltaker”

  1. Brilliant! That cloak is gruesome to say the laest!

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  2. Jeff Groves says:

    Nicely done, Jenn! Very intricate paintwork, love the cloak!

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  3. Pete S/ SP says:

    That looks great to me.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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  4. Alex says:

    Nicely done – you can’t beat a bit of red, black & brass, and the cool bone shades on that cloak are lovely! Cracking job 😊

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  5. Wudugast says:

    That’s excellent, you’ve done a cracking job on an excellent model, love the cape especially πŸ™‚

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  6. Azazel says:

    Very cool. Makes me want to paint my own!

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