Discussion in 'General Hobby/Tabletop Chat' started by Crowsfoot, Jan 24, 2018.
Woogity's kroxigors, reincarnated by his work on TWW2
I never did get my hands on any of those Woogity Kroxigor models.
Niether did I. I wanted a unit
They are beautiful models! The wait list was always too long.
Fyi, mengil manhide manflayers are up for sale at $70 for the group of 10
Glory to the Lady!
Those are gorgeous
Very colorful. Nice models.
From the ancient archives of lustria
Which White Dwarf was this one from? Certainly not an issue I know. My first WD was the July 2010 issue when Fantasy 8th Edition was released.
Couldn't tell you. Didn't write it down and left my parents house to come home last night at 7
These are glorious
From what I can see those are some cool Norse conversions
I think that's.....issue 307? I might be one or two off.
Saw this tapestry of Brettonia* the other week...
* not actually Brettonia
I’ve just had a brainwave about how a decent use can be made of the Alarielle kit - use the beetle on his own as a Khemric Titan! Paint him blue and gold and watch him fly around the enemy’s lines and wreck stuff.
I've had the thought myself. Mind you the Alarielle's beetle is quite different from the ones typically depicted in Tomb Kings material, but it could still work. Expensive kit though.
I think Alarielle's beetle could look really good with the proper paint job, but it would be very hard for it to beat something like this...
True, true, but a true least Alarielle’s beetle is easy to obtain - that converted one must have taken a huge amount of time to make and paint. In any case, you could adorn Alarielle’s beetle with spare Tomb King bitz to make it more like the illustration in Monstrous Arcanum.
In any case, the price paid surely matters little if you can get a dirty great beetle to give your Tomb Kings some much needed melee punch.
You are not kidding, that model is fantastic
I like how the warhammer world is painted on the wing shells.