Thursday, June 11, 2015

Little bit of IKRPG pt2

Welcome back readers!

Last week we took a look at some of the miniatures I did up for some villains for my Iron Kingdoms Role Playing game from Privateer Press. This week we will look at the three more of those. I do enjoy painting with a purpose, aside from an army to field, and painting individual things (mostly to fit a feel) is my favorite. Even if I got out of my way for that special look for an individual character.

Trollkin Warrior
He was the beat stick of the villain group. A lean, mean, fightin machi..well troll. This is the Fennblade Officer from the Hordes side of Privateer Press, a perfect look at a pissed off trollkin.

 His tartan colored black and white, going for a special mercenary look to show he has no tribe to belong to, fit the rest of the groups feel.

Greylord Escort
This guy...well he was a bit of a last minute rush. In our game he was a junior warcaster, not quite full fledged. He was aligned with Khador (as the model suggests). The eyes were left white for he was in the middle of casting a spell.

 His staff was actually modified, the axe top, from another miniature (cant really recall which one though) and painted blue to represent his ice magic abilities such as Khador casters are known for.

'Jack (the warjack)
Nice name. 'Ol Jack here was a personal project of mine. I wanted to show that you could mix and match part off of the various warjacks for the Mercenary faction of Warmachine, and I succeeded! Building a warjack in game, you can use various parts from other warjacks and truly make it you own, and with different mechanics (skills in the game) you could build you own parts.
 The head was custom built by me using green stuff and a small wooden ball as the centerpiece. Took me a while to get it just right, but turned out just as I imagined it.
 Various painted on tattoos to give him the pirate feel. Along with different colors on different parts and the salted rusty look because he is old and around sea water so much.

Honestly 'Ol Jack here is one of my favorites, but he was a costly bugger to build. Luckily Privateer Press has a parts store for most of their models so it was just a design what I want and assemble. Pretty fun for me.

So there you have it. There were another 3-4 models that were part of the story, but they (the models and story) never got finished. Some day I may get around to painting them up as well, but that list is growing (as are the updates to do here). We will see what I can work on when, and next time we will have something big for you (I hope).

Until next time, keep those brushes clean!

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