Here’s a newly finished Skarr model. New from GW, this guy originally sports two flails, another helmeted head and additional plates of armor. I disliked the looks of that stuff, so my Skarr is made with alternative head from the blister and wields with just two axes. Looks more barbarian and more human. Still, mutilated by chaos (see flesh that lurks from beneath the skin).
It is time to make some Warhammer models. This is the newest Skarr model (released yesterday). Work in progress. Model made with alternate head option. For me, much better than the ‘cover’ one. Still, not sure if I will attah the extra flails to the axes. Looks more classy without them.
Base made of PlayDoh A scrap piece that was left to dry for a long time, I find pieces like that in my kid’s room sometimes. Make perfect volcanic rock.
Here’s the new Chaos Chariot from GW.
A miniature worth having and very playable with new Army Book
The rear miniature is removeable and can be placed on separate base (magnetized). He can make a perfect Chaos Lord for your army.
Hope you like it!
I just finished assembling new Dragon Ogres from GW. They are majestic models and need good basing – I came up with idea of using coconut flock on these (visible on second photo). Basically it’s styrofoam rocks plus some brown modelling putty and then the flock added onto it. Simple enough