Discussion in 'General Hobby/Tabletop Chat' started by NIGHTBRINGER, Dec 11, 2019.
This was the Dwarf rulebook I started with about 25 years ago. Great artwork.
Decent amount of good artwork, @Lord Agragax of Lunaxoatl !
I saw this and thought it would make for some pretty cool terrain for a Chaos Dwarf army:
I'd probably add a bit more lava though!
wow, a pretty massive piece of terrain!
I thought so too.
You don't see a lot of volcano terrain pieces. Lots of lava spewing from rock, but rarely full on volcanos.
All from Chaos Dwarfs Online I presume?
You are correct!
When that pole banner snaps, then Hashut comes for real, summoned by the cursing.
"Hey Joe, which one of your models represents the Battle Standard Bearer?"
"... Are you fricking KIDDING ME?!?!"
Indeed. Hopefully he used a metal rod instead of plastic.
That freehand is amazing!
Time for a banner-off
By Avatars of War
I think the freehand painting on the CD banner takes the cake. I'm also a bit biased though.
I am with you, painting wise the CD banner is in a different class, but model-wise i like the dwarven banner.
I think such matters can only be fairly judged by "bigness of hat"! Once again though, I may be biased.
The vanilla Dwarf model is definitely easier to paint and would be the superior option for 95% of painters. The CD model was clearly converted with the expressed intent of flexing some freehand painting skills.
Both great models, but in my books freehand will always trump painted features. It takes some real skill and nerves of steel to do the freehand stuff that you see on the CD BSB.