Sunday, 20 March 2011

Plastic Flamers of Tzeentch

Very simple to make, very simple to paint. My plastic Flamer of Tzeentch is basically a warhammer fantasy wood elf dryad.

Plastic Flamer of Tzeentch
Plastic Flamer of Tzeentch

To build follow the instructions in the dryad box. Don't put the back banner branch on. Clip some of the excess leaves off. And done!

To paint. Undercoat black. Dry brush grey (not to heavy) and then dry brush lightly with white. This gives a basic charcoal effect.
   For the burning parts, paint blobs of red in some of the gaps (make sure you get the mouth and eyes). Inside the reds paint orange, inside the orange paint yellow, inside the yellow paint dots of white. Base and done! Important bit with the painting the burning parts is to not to go over the top.

A unit of three plastic Flamers of Tzeentch

Basic Battlefield tips: Buy in threes without the bolt of Tzeentch upgrade. When deepstriking be risky, go for the expensive non-veichle units and breath of chaos the heck out of it. Don't expect the unit to survive till your next turn (thats why I would keep this unit as cheap as possible).

That's it for now.
Thanks Tom B aka Fitzbaron

Ps in the previous blog I did say I would show how to do make plastic plaguebearers well I lied. I am chaos after all hahaha. Up next plastic plaguebearers?

1 comment:

  1. Looking good Tom.

    Painted models play better it's a gaming FACT!

    Look forward to shooting them up some more soon!