Realm of Chaos – Hooves and Fur Part III

The kick off of the summer project and we got everything we need. A deadline, prepared miniatures, a manageable scope and peer-pressure. This is what we've waited for. This is it boys, this is war! Each month beginning from today, I have to paint six miniatures reach my goal. So I split the models into three groups.

I did the basing and as mentioned in the first article, used different sizes. So far the regular ones went on 25mm round bases, the heroes on 32mm and the minotaur on a 40mm round. After that, I took care of the gaps in the bases with grey stuff from P3 and added some smaller pebbles on the larger bases.

Realm of Chaos - Brayherd Realm of Chaos - Brayherd

Had some company while doing the basing. I'm still using this huge tupperware box filled with chinchilla sand that I added a hand full of more coarse sand for years. And it will probably serve me for some upcoming decades 😀

 Realm of Chaos - Brayherd

The first set of 6 miniatures will all be regular beastmen, 5 goars incl. command and an additional champion. They are already primed and ready for the next step. I went with my go-to brand for black primer, Hit Color Belton. The flat black is a great base and the only colour I can recommend from their brand, the others tend to be semigloss similar to the Contrast primers. I tackled the first miniature this morning with a bit of bone to see how the coverage is.

Realm of Chaos - Brayherd Realm of Chaos - Brayherd

Set number two and three are these. I have to assemble the minotaur and do some green stuff gap-filling on the neck, along with the hands and banner on the beastlord. Of the six ungors only four will be part of the beasts of chaos, two will be part of the Nurgle themed warband, and therefore receive some additional green stuff attention as well. But more on that later.

 Realm of Chaos - Brayherd Realm of Chaos - Brayherd

I have talked about the paint theme over here, in Part II of Hooves and Fur. Maybe I need to tweak, what I have in mind, but I'll see this in the next four weeks. Stay tuned and drop by soon to see for updates.

Posted by Dennis B.

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