Saturday, 20 December 2014

Warhammer Realms of Chaos - Paying hommage to Khorne, The Blood God, Lord of Skulls

Now that the Christmas Season is upon us, what better way to celebrate it than with a tribute to the Warhammer big boy himself, Khorne.  What is Christmas without a little blood and skulls.

Below are a few of the models which make up my massive Citadel Khorne horde, collectively known as "The Bloodlords".

Kaystar Saru, Lord of the Bloodlords
 


 Minotaur

 Minotaur

 Warduke
 Caramon the Rabid
 Grimjack the Hunter
 Oxblood Foulgrim
 Warfiend


 Marthek
 Cardax, the Invincible
 
 Sapir Redwolf

 Knight of Khorne
 Knight of Khorne
  Knight of Khorne
 Bloodthirster
 yup, another Bloodthirster
 
 Chaos Warriors

 Nostro Vilrex




Thursday, 18 December 2014

More 15mm Sci Fi Vehicles and other stuff

Some additional pics I had lying around of my 15mm Old Crow models.

 
GZG NAC Infantry

 
GZG NAC Infantry with Lancer IFV in support.

 
"MEDIC!"
 
NAC Sabre MBT
 
 NAC Heavy Battlsuits stalk a country-side forest.
 
 NAC Blower GEV moved through fields towards enemy contact.
 
 SAM and AAA units move into action.
 
Heavy Hover Tanks support the advance

 
 Long range fire support is provided by artillery and missile units.
 
Planning the next move.
 
 NAC Heavy Infantry prepare for action. (GZG Tomorrows War USMC Infantry)




Warhammer Realms of Chaos - Beastmen, Slaangors and Khorngors

Beastmen.  I love Beastmen.  IMO they are some of the finest models that Citadel ever produced.  Now, when I talk Beastmen I am speaking of the metal line manufactured in the 1980s and early 1990s.  They have a character all their own.

During the period of their production run the Beastman line contained a wide range of model types.  Pig-Men, Goat-Men, Dog-Men, Snake-Men, Rhino-Men, Man-Things.  Just about anything you could imagine was sculpted at one time or another. 

Below are my 95 beastmen, lead by Doombull Goregax, undefeated sofar on the field of Warhammer battle (yeah, my toy monster wins a lot, whoop-dee-doo).  I  have them broken down into four units, two dedicated to Slaanesh (Slaangors) with the others dedicated to Khorne, Lord of Skulls. 

The Slaangors were the most fun to paint.  Slaanesh cries out of bright color schemes and pastels.  This allowed me to use some of my more unique paint colors, especially since Khorne, being a polar opposite is mainly outfitted in black, brass and red.

So, without further ado, here they are, Chaos Beastmen of the Northern Waste.  They bark.  They chirp.  They hiss, growl and howl.  They bite and scratch.  They are Slaves to Darkness.










































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