Here’s Nurgle Plaguebearer from ’90s. It’s a bit more massive than plastic minis so he can be the Herald of Nurgle. I really like old GW models. This one was sculpted by Ally Morrison and was really fun to paint. I’ve painted him a golden tooth :).
I’ve made this disc of Tzeentch using GW small flying base and some chaos star symbol. All details are free painted on this one. It took me a while but I really like how it looks. I need to practice more of those freehand painting.
Unit of 9 Screamers of Tzeentch. I really like painting those minis. With this plastic set each screamer is different. I like that. Click photo to enlarge.
Whole army shot. Click photo to enlarge.
Some of magnetic trays I’ve used for those Nurgle Daemons to make it compatible with both Warhammer 40 and Warhammer Fantasy.
Another shot of beasts. This time with bigger photo. Click photo to enlarge.
All beasts together.
OK so if you were wandering how to make awesome Beasts of Nugle here’s a recipe. Just take Rot Fly body with no head, legs, wings nor rider add those smaller heads from Kharibdyss. You cut the body in half and glue it backwards. Take a look at those. Aren’t they sweet? I’ll post more […]
Epidemius. I think this is the third one painted by me. And this one I like the most.
Converted Herald of Nurgle. Just simple headswap I realy like it.
Unit of Rot Flies. Click photo to enlarge.
And one more horde photo with Great Unclean One, just to show that this you can fit one there. Few editions earlier it was quite common to run your GUO in the unit of Plague Bearers.
And how it looks with all Plaguebearers and Epidemius. He sits on special base that allows him to fit this magnetic movement tray. Click image to enlarge.
Second unit of Plaguebearers of Nurgle with converted Herald of Nurgle.
First unit of Plaguebearers with Herald of Nurgle.
And even more children of Nurgle.
All 6 Screamers of Tzeentch together.
Another unit of Screamers of Tzeentch
First unit of Screamers of Tzeentch
You’ve already seen this model. I’ve only extended the base so it suits current meta.
I always enjoy painting Nurgle Daemons. This time I was asked to paint a model matching my Deamon Nurgle Army color scheme.