January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

Saint John’s Forsaken Colourscheme I must admit that I ran sour in painting my Saint Mark force. Each mini simply took too long to paint (especially due to the NMM technique I used) and in the end I decided I needed to change my painting technique if I were to ever finished my…

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

The Ratchets are the core troops of the Brood and as such they are painted in the basis colourscheme with no frills. Orignally the whole idea of numbering the Brood troops came from the Ratchets since I needed a way to keep tracke of their wounds. However after demoing Dark…

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

The Grist has more clothing than most Brood in a big cloak like thingy. I painted this in vague red/brown stripes to make it standout but still look old and well used.

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

The shield and the odd organic looking axe is the two main features of Murtros and I painted them like bone so they look like they are made from organic material as all Brood weapons are. Imagine a specially bred type of turtle which would have had a shiled like…

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

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…

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

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…

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

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…

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

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…

January 31, 2012 scrollmaster

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…