There was no flesh to worry about painting on this totally encased Thermo Priest
Although unlikely to see action in a game of Confrontation, the stout chap will definitely get out there in a game of Dragon Rampant.
I really like this sculpt, a very aloof looking dwarf in his fancy armour and lugging his anvil around for any emergency battlefield repairs.
While on my Tir-Na-Bor dwarf painting binge (not sure if a dozen models is a binge), I painted three Forge Guardians will will bulk out another 12 model dwarf unit for Dragon Rampant.
Finished off my Dwarf Razorback riders for my Dragon Rampant army, the first of which is a Thermo Priest which I will be using as a hero.
Currently still painting Tir-Na-Bor Knights Of Khor for my Dragon Rampant army.
I am mostly sticking to brass, gun metal and silver as the base colours. There is loads of detail to pick out so they are taking a while.
I finished up a couple first as I thought there was too much brass and it would not be dark enough when inked, but they look good. You can never have too much brass.
When complete, I will have six boar riders plus a standard bearer and a hero with a nice big axe.
There is the monthly Dragon Rampant painting challenge currently on the go on Facebook so I will use this as encouragement to paint my six Tir-na-Bor Knights of Khor.
I have also got busy with the Karman conversions that have been sitting around for about six months, a bit of undercoat for the cockpits and the nose cowlings.
I just needed a break from building the large transporter and actually spend some time painting something.