Wargaming Tradecraft: Hordebloods: Krielstone Warlocks Update

Hordebloods: Krielstone Warlocks Update




So it's been a little while since I've posted, but I have been painting.. and here's what I've been working on.

Voidheart (Tier 4)

I left off on this Warlock, wearing Voidheart armour. One area I wasn't sure of how I wanted to handle things, was his head piece. I didn't want to give the face a full blue glow, but did want to incorporate the effect. I created it using a mix of blue pigment followed with some blue wash.



 This is where he ended up, and I used the blue glow effect in a few other areas as well.

To finish him up, I used water effects on his sword to create a magic look. Between each layer, I also added a little bit of watered blue to create a "spell" effect.

Worth noting is that on the last step, after covering the sword in string gel, I let it dry point-down. String gel likes to flow... this makes sure it dries pointed rather than flowing over the hilt.

Heroes' Plagueheart Garb (Tier 7, 10 man)



The next warlock is wearing Plagueheart armour. Little more flashy than the others... blues and yellows instead of darker purples. I've also had some fun with this model as it's styled on an undead theme. Joints have been cut away to tissue and bone, while his lower jaw has been removed and I dangled a tongue hanging in its place.




The scythe still looks a little dull, so a little more work will be required.


Take a look at my Step by Step page for the entire Hordebloods project.

Here you will find each model broken down into links showing each step:
Concept, Works in Progress, (for both modelling and painting) and Final Shots


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