Thursday, 16 May 2019

CCXX. AoS28: Conjuror and Wight

A couple more minis for my AoS28 collection. Actually finished them weeks ago, but Hiaticula Excursion interrupted my regular posting schedule. 



Conjuror


Another Conjuror for the forces of Order. She's a converted Sigilist mini from Norht Star's Frostgrave range. I originally bought the model to convert my RPG character, but ended up never going through with that. Now I gave her a head swap (I think that was a GW Sisters of the Thorn head, with sculpted hair) and a few more minor alterations. 

Next to the first Conjuror.

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Wight

 

The miniature is Ksenia Graveclad, from Hasslefree Miniatures. Received it as a gift a long while ago. She'll make a good leader mini for groups of skeletons and the like.

18 comments:

  1. Looks great! Any chance of a break down of how you're doing the bases for your new AoS stuff? Paints, materials, etc? It looks so atmospheric

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    1. Thanks! Best if I do a step-by-step on one of my future minis. It's a mix of DAS, sand and broken bricks, followed by a minimalistic paintjob.

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    2. That would be great, looking forward to it! Thanks for the overview in the meantime :)

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  2. The choice of colours and the technique are so great! They look totally menacing and scary!

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  3. Photos are filled with atmosphere and mood. Well done!

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  4. Lovely work. Very moody photos.

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  5. Your photography, conversion and painting skills complement each other so well that every picture is a work of art.
    Love the post, outstanding work all over.

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  6. Lovely work working a Frostgrave piece into Warhammer – we normally see people doing it the other way round!

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  7. She's wonderful.

    Normally I see frostgrave minis all bright and colourful but her sombre tone and colour scheme are just beautiful. I think I might pull my own fantasy warband of the 'wip shelf' and see if I can get them looking half as good. Thanks for the inspiration!

    The Wight is also wonderfully 'Souls'-y.

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