Greetings and welcome. Your English seems excellent. I look forward to seeing your army grow :vampire3: Feel free to check out our painting/modelling challenge Turning the world to darkness if you are so inclined, we are always looking for more participants.
Welcome back. I understand how you felt, I was also put off by the changes with AoS. Nice to see your plog back up and running. Let's face it, a few years down time means nothing here among the undead ;) Did you ever paint that Dark Souls inspired hag/necromancer?
Indeed, some would say this site is dead :grave: Others, that it is dying a slow death :zombie2: I however, prefer to think of it as being in a state of undeath :vampire1: Somewhat appropriate wouldn't you say :clown:
Interesting colour scheme. I like the glossy blue patches, really looks like magic is all that is holding this monstrosity together. Perhaps some moss, skulls, or small rocks around the base of the larger stones would help cover the gaps/joins on the base?
@Theerteen thanks really fun to make, if perhaps a little messy. @Borgnine Thanks I'm glad you like it. I have taken plenty of inspiration from the various masterpieces you have created over the years :bowdown: Working on a third wagon, a modified corpse cart but still not finished or painted...
Great necros, I like your colour choices. Those wolves also turned out well. I'm not the best painter but I guess a tip would be have a theme for your army and perhaps the bases to help tie everything together. Look forward to seeing more :thumbsup:
A little carol about a Werewolf who always dreamed of being a Varghulf. :clown: Were-ghulf the red nose werewolf, Had a very bloody nose, And if you ever saw it, It would be during death throes. All of the other Varghulfs, Used to laugh and call him names, They never let poor Were-ghulf, Join...
Oh nice one. I've got this. Thinking outside the box is my jam. Nessuna problema. For anyone struggling for ideas I'm sure we could count a few of the nightmare before Christmas songs as carols right ;)