Greylord Forgeseer

Oh my word, this model is gorgeous. Basically the same colors as the Greylord Outriders and Greylords Ternion, but with a lot more of the gold metals. I left the gloss sealer over most of him as well.

Greylords Ternion

Technically Greylords Hexion, since I painted up 2 units

Basically the same colors as the Greylord Outriders, but with some GW Contrast Akhelion Green and MSP Dragon Blue for the flasks, and S75 Amarth Blue for the pattern on the backs of the leaders’ cloaks.

Greylord Outriders

Colors of imporance:

GW Contrast Blood Angels Red for tabard
P3 Traitor Green for other clothes
Reaper Skeleton Key, shaded with GW Drakenhof Nightshade for steel metals
GW Contrast browns – Wyldwood, Cygor Brown, Snakebite Leather
GW Contrast Guilleman Flesh for skins
Vallejo Basalt Grey for cloaks
GW Gehenna Gold and P3 Brass Balls for gold metals
Horses are various browns and such

A’s Creepy Wolfman

My friend C asked me to paint a HeroForge mini that he created for his wife’s D&D character.  He described the character as having wolf ears and tail, and standing in a particular pose.  Left without a picture or HeroForge link, I attempted to recreate the character in the most awful way I could.  This is the result:

Obviously not worth $30 for them to print it, but worth $4 for the STL (on sale) once I got my own printer.

Reeve Planomap

I picked up 44019: Reeve Planomap to compare Bones Black with Bones (white). Bones (white) was definitely hit or miss on detail. While I can’t speak to consistency, Reeve was full of detail and it was much easier to see in the package. He did still suffer from a few spots where his “I’m a plastic miniature” shone through, but overall I was happy with him. Didn’t spend a ton of time on him overall.