Dark Age

Brood

Brood Colourscheme I wanted the Brood to look very different. so I gave them light grey skin and black bone plates and purple markings on hands and feet. The Brood was originally created by humans as bio-manufactured soldiers. And although this is long forgotten by most on ATTR this would still be part of their […]

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Dark Age

Alternative poses for slaves

Note these are the original slaves minis which did not have separated arms and weapons. Strike a pose! Looking at the large bunch of spear slaves in front of me I realise there’s only two poses! “Oh no“, I thought, “not another pointing unit“. Some units work with the same pose on all miniatures. For […]

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Dark Age

Dragyri

Dragyri Decision I have been wanting to paint a Dragyri force for some time. However as you might have learned from reading other pages on this site, I hate wasting time! I am a do-not-paint-what-you-cannot-see kinda of gamer, so I have held back on the Dragyri untill I figured out which Dragyri caste to choose. […]

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Confrontation

Kamahru’s Incarnate

Having finally managed to complete Grakkha, painting Kamahru’s Incarnate was significantly easier. But it did take longer than I anticipated as I expected it to be a quick drybrush job and I guess to a certain extend it was. I painted it dark brown and drybrushed it with a lighter leather brown. So far so […]

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Confrontation

Grakkha, Warrior of Stone

Kamahru’s Champion and Kamahru’s Incarnate I started painting Grakkha as my first Confrontation miniature. However, his skin is very difficult with all the bumps and lumps so I put him on the backburner and decided to paint the simpler Kolghor instead. That was almost a year ago and the unfinished Grakkha has been staring me […]

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Confrontation

Kolghor

I started painting Grakkha as my first Confrontation miniature. However, his skin is very difficult with all the bumps and lumps so I put him on the backburner and decided to paint Kolghor instead. This is the first time in many years I have spent so long on a miniature and I am really happy […]

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Confrontation

Orcs of the Behemoth

Colourscheme Orcs of the Behemoth miniatures seems to be inspired by warriors from old Tibet and Confrontation orcs in general seems to have a close affinity with nature so I want to keep the colourscheme as much as possible to earthy tones. What I want to avoid is all the orcs having the same skin […]

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Confrontation

Cynwäll Asadars

My wife kindly let me use her hobby photo studio. The Asadars are the first elves to be completed following my quick-to-paint plan and it was fast and I am happy with the result. The only thing was I found them too monochrome so I re-painted the swords from being light blueish grey as the […]

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