Final Images All and all this project turned out ok. I enjoyed putting the figures together and painting them was even more of a blast. I think I might just keep these after all and start up a deamon army for 40k and the upcoming Warhammer fantasy. Still have Tzeentch to do...
Bases So all of the Deamons are going to get a custom base, each with some level of water effect. I am going to use Vallejo Water Effect, which is a great product for small area water and liquid looks. You can tint the stuff with a tiny bit of paint or ink. It self … Continue reading Chaos Deamons, part 6
Tzeentch Deamon Getting started on my winged bad guy today. Hit him more of less put together and am going to prime him black. Not sure what colors to do yet, but I am thinking bright colors for the wings and feathers. I used bits from the spell kit to build a stand for him. … Continue reading Chaos Deamons, part 5
Slaanesh This was a difficult model to build. Like the other deamon kits, I built most of the model first and then hit it with paint. This model though required a lot of green stuff to fill in the gaps. Not a fun model to build, even if it look really good. Paint here was … Continue reading Chaos Deamons, part 4
Nurgle This was a great model to paint up. It has a ton of details, boils, broken flesh and goo. Like the Khorne deamon build, I built this model first so I could really get the flesh right. The build itself was by far the best model in the series to build. I primed this … Continue reading Chaos Deamons, part 3
Khorne So this is a great model, went together rather smoothly except for a few points where the joints were difficult to get together. This model I more or less built first and then painted as I wanted to be consistent with the flesh colors, getting the washes right and the like. Normally I paint … Continue reading Chaos Deamons, part 2
So one of the things I did while building my Chaos Knight army was to buy one of each of the greater deamon kits for parts and bits. These are great kits overall, but not cheap. My plan when I started was to buy the kits, use what bits I wanted and then put the … Continue reading Chaos Deamons, part 1