So, more Nurgley Chaos goodness with this possible proxy unit of poxwalkers that I painted. Now, this lot were originally from CP Models (apart from the front model, which I'll address in a bit) and are from their sci-fi range and are intended to be B-Movie type plant creatures. (These models can be found here… Continue reading 40K Deathguard Army: Proxy Poxwalkers (Probably) : CP Models Plant Creatures.
So on goes my quest to get my 8th Edition 40K army finished, and this time it's my first unit of deathguard chaos cultists. These figures (of which so far consist of 12 models) come from CP Models in their Sci-fi Trench warfare range, and are a mix of both Brits & Germans. You can… Continue reading 40K 8th Ed Army: Deathguard: Chaos cultists: CP Models Sci-fi Trenchers.
So these spawn are from the board game The Others: 7 Sins from CMON, the Envy expansion, which I got for quite a good price on Ebay. I think it ended up working out at around just over a £1 each, and for the quality and size of the models is a pretty good deal.… Continue reading 40K 8th Ed. Deathguard Army: Chaos Spawn: Envy Demons (CMON)
As an alternative to the standard GW Chaos Spawn models for my Deathguard lot, I wanted some old skool weirdness and something that would be sticky and icky, with a Nurgle-esque vibe. Scibor has some lovely models from their Chaos Dwarves range, and I've been eyeing them up for ages. The price was a prohibitor,… Continue reading 40K 8th Ed: Deathguard Army: Chaos Spawn models part 1: Scibor Chaos Snails.
So I'm trying to get some kind of 8th edition 40k nurgle Deathguard army together, just to get back into the game (haven't played it since 4th edition) but I really wanted to use as much customised and independent companies stuff instead of GW's VERY expensive stuff. Don't get me wrong, I love their stuff,… Continue reading 40K 8th Ed: Deathguard Army: Custom Hellbrute W.I.P. 1
Well, here's to a new start, once again to brave the elements of the wild web and renew. There will be more. Keep tuned to this space. All this site has been exported from the domain http://www.thegrinningskull.com and I'm in the process of porting as much of the content as possible. Yes, it was time… Continue reading The Turn in the fork of a new road.