I decided to put a brush to this model because I already painted one of these a bit over 25 years ago. Now there is a chance to see how I progressed as a painter and at the same time dab another coveted red spot on my Wargame Bingo Card. Yes I have not forgotten this one :)
|No, that way!|
This one has been rebased a while back to fit in with the rounded Age of Sigmar look. I think I can safely conclude that I've made a bit of progress as a painter over the years. Although I have to smile at the yellow color on his limbs and head, I suspect I just washed the old Chestnut Ink over it and concluded it was a proper furry look.
|Or was it that way???? I'm confused now.|
|I've got a new dot on my bingo card!|
I painted a classic Verminlord earlier this year, that counts as a monster. As to the rest of these boxes four of these are already in stages of progress on my desk, I should be able to get close before new year. Only the vehicle...oh dang, I painted Grom the Paunch and forgot to place a dot. Problem solved. Now the only two confounding me are the scenery kit, although I have something lying around and 'Paint a model or unit in a color scheme you don't normally use'. I try to do something new with every army I paint so I think I'm going to sneakily dot that one off next time as I score it by default. Now here is the final version of my Wargame Bingo Card as it stands, that's already an actual bingo right there. Now to increase the score (no I am not quite versed in the mystic rules of Bingo ;).