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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Project Daemons of Chaos: Nurglings

So as stated yesterday, I did up a unit from my latest purchases from UK! Was a small order to be honest..

  • 5 boxes of Plaguebearers
  • 4 boxes of Screamers
  • 2 boxes of Nurglings
  • 1 box of Bloodcrushers
  • 2 boxes of Soul Grinders
  • 1 box of a Herald of Tzeentch on Disc ( but a decent Failcast copy )
With this batch now sitting around the desk, so I figured why not see how long it would take to paint it up! And then I did!


They are not the best to sit on the resin bases.. so I will be pulling them from them once I get some cork to make my own. 

Color scheme I went for an easy one.. green. 

Started with a base of greys, in order to do some pre-shading, except I am not sure if it worked completely. Then I ran it with a green ink from Vallejo through the airbrush. 

Once all that was in play, I went to town on them with the GW washes. 


Internal organs were done with GW flesh colors, then washes with red, before giving the blood treatment. 

Eyes with yellow, and washes of yellow and green again around the eyes also. And the horns brown with some washes of brown again. 

In the end, I think they came out nice enough. The next box of them I might do up a bit brighter, and more yellow/brown instead. 


What is also super awesome is that there are 7 spare Nurglings per box.. and then a ton more on the Plaguebearer boxes.. so I will be able to make quite a few extra bases of them.. Looking forward to seeing how many I can create with all the models I have currently!

Next on the table are Rhinos! Let's see how that turns out...

20 comments:

  1. These guys are really cool. Love that green color!

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    1. Thanks.. I used a lot of the new GW washes on them to get the brightness on them. They will stand out compared to my older Plaguebearers but I think that is ok.

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  2. Such happy guys :) look very fun to paint

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    1. SO much fun to paint! And I have another box to paint up, and then all the strays as well! Going to be Nurgling heaven around here soon!

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  3. awww, so cute... is it weird to say that for something... nurgle ?

    btw, i really have no idea how you manage to bring all those back with you mate. going abroad with huge, empty luggage aren't you? :)

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  4. Hola
    Pero que pedazo de bichos,molan y el verde que le as dado me gusta un monton,y las peanas en fuego quedan muy bien.
    un saludo

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    1. ¡Gracias!
      Eran tremendamente divertido para pintar, y yo esperamos más de ellos.
      Para las bases, se puede ver cómo las hice a partir de la etiqueta de la izquierda.
      ¡Salud

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  5. I like the Nurglings, I am holding out until I see what the Chaos Codex puts on the table.

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    1. Thanks.. however this is more for my Daemons list, and I have a goal to hit something stupid like 20k points or something with them.. a crazy list indeed, but one that I wouldn't mind seeing on a table sometime in the (far) future!

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  6. You never can have enough nurglings!

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    1. Indeed.. and I think I will have quite a few in time also!

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  7. Nicely done. I think Nurgling's are my favourite Daemons such little characters

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    1. Definitely are one of my favorites, and the new Nurglings are just great..

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  8. Great little Nurglings, you really did a good job with Grandfather Nurgles horrible little poo imps.

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    1. Haha.. you wrote poo.. ;) Thanks though.. but damn papa Nurgle's poo is bright..

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  9. Green goodness but worse than Gremlins!

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  10. Very cool, love the colour on these.

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    1. Thanks.. they came out a lot brighter thanks to GW washes.

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