Monday, 20 August 2012

Nurgle: My How His Garden Grows!


Papa Nurgle's reach extends just a little further today, with a lot of painting and building going here. The Nurgle Daemon Prince is reaching the final stages of completion; I am just waiting on some resin to dry; but once this is complete, all that will remain is the base and rust effects. I have to be honest the colour is not as green as I would have liked, so I will be reviewing my paints to find a replacement colour. What this means is that the Plaguebearers will probably be next in-line for painting as opposed to the Great Unclean One (which is probably for the best as it means more rank and file complete). I have just put together some Nurglings (as you can see in the photo) and I have to say then are a very fun and simple kit to put together.


I am going at a very happy pace considering it is summer; normally I just stop model making altogether during warmer periods and wait for the cooler autumn months; but this years splash Daemon release has been too tempting to resist. I still have another box of Plaguebearers and Nurglings to add to the collection but after this I need to start thinking about what would be best to add to the growing force. I will be going for pure Nurgle (I am 14th legion after all!), but certain models are a little lack lustre ie Epidemius and the Beasts of nurgle. Two more Daemon princes (with Wings) are definitely on the agenda sooner rather than later, but somewhere down the road I do want to add some form of palanquin rider(s) and Beasts of Nurgle. Currently Plague Toads and a custom palanquin using the new Nurglings box set are foremost of my ideas...

Thanks for reading,
DiStudios
The 14th legion
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