Typically PeteB has speed painted most of his force so far, but not sacrificing quality in the process. I'm pretty envious of how good these look in such a short time, I sometimes wish I could achieve this ratio of effort to result.
This Maulerfiend is really effective, such a great model.
His Chaos Lord biker who zips about the battlefield taking heads.
His Chaos Rhino is pretty cool too, even with all those garden railings on the top ;) He got a load of fantasy chaos hounds to use as Fleshhounds, a considerably cheaper alternative and its great to see him exploring a different faction [says the guy whose stuck with nids for so long] and enjoying the different play style too.
No doubt there'll be more to come as his Soul Grinder, Daemon Prince and hounds get completed. There are also some Chaos Marines and Berzerkers that are pretty much done too.
That's a hell of a standard to paint so quickly! Very lovely indeedReplyDelete
He make's things look deceptively easy, he definitely can do stuff I can't which is another aspect of the hobby I love - learning from other peoples techniques.Delete
He's got some nice models so far.ReplyDelete
Chaos is oddly addictive. I played three other armies before I began Chaos. Once I started up Chaos I never looked back. The beauty too is with how many codices/supplements you can play with them. You can go CSM, Black Legion, Crimson Slaughter, Khorne Daemonkin and Daemons. The latter being if you're already collecting KDK that is.
That's what Liam did, started off with Khorne, then added Nurgle for twin gods and then went mono-Nurgle. After plotting with PeteB it looks like he's building up his Khorne again so he can go Daemonkin as well - crazy!Delete