Life must go on.
So for tonight, I took lots of time to make pictures of the chaos knights and warriors. I tried different angles and mostly I tried different kinds of light. I finally succeeded in making some pictures which I found were good enough.
I think I can still make progress but time will help me in solving this... I hope... Right Time? You will help right???... Right?
I'll begin with the chaos warriors:
We are red!
Watch out! Shoot from above!
As you can see these guys like black and red. They can go higher than these mounts of pain ... mmh ok, no more Jeanne Mas reference here ...
This is a 24 men strong unit. All with hand weapon and shield. They're really pointwise expensive but I like using them (especially because they're painted).
The command group, with as a champion ... Again! Some guy in a bone armour!! Why all the champions in this army got bony armour?? That's so discriminating toward the others! ... Anyway, I really like this champion. He s got a beastman friend with the same head. This guy is the second miniature I got of him. The first was sold like 10 years ago when I thought I was leaving the hobby ... I though WRONG!
The banner is a free hand of mine. It is clearly not a Da Vinci painting. It is pretty fun pic. Kind of cartoony. I might replace the bearer by a more classic miniature sometimes in the future. I'll see.
I like the helmet of the musician, very like the alchemist in the movie named Vidocq.
I ll take your soul!
And now, the famous... Chaos Knights!!!
To be honest, I don't really like riders. You got to paint the mount and then the rider, this is boring. But when you tried and that you put the rider on his mount and glued them together, I got to admit that there is some kind of joy to see the final result.
Chaos knights are a must have in every chaos army. They're super deadly. Few guys can stop them and they got some silly heavy chaos armour and stuffs ... So here are mine.
Here they are! Only six of them, but that's enough :) I like the result of all them together. They didn't really fit next to each other because of their shields and stuffs blocking the way for being side by side.
The other guy is a conversion from an old chaos warrior. You can see the foot version in my warriors regiment. The conversion could have been better, especially the axe. But hey, I think he s all right.
As an extra for this post, I gave you one of my last paint, the Chimera!
So it s not a oldhammer miniature at all. It's a plastic d&d miniature. I had him when I tried this game years ago. I was like this a nice mini. And I never sold it because I thought it was cool.
I gave him a base and painted it. I like the result. It 's not very big as you can see. The base is a 50*100mm base.
An other shot!
That's it for tonight. I hope you all enjoyed the show and that you find my stuffs cool. Next time I should show you a chaos hero, some chaos ogres and ... more thugs!