Games I Like – Malifaux – Painted my Guild Executioner

So the painting bug has not yet left me and I spent some free time tonight putting some finishing touches on my (S)Executioner.


I actually really dig the studio paint job on this guy, so I used some elements of it when I painted him… most notably the chest and belly hair. The major difference is that I’m actually really sick of Non-Metalllic paint schemes, so I did mine with traditional metallics glazed to be old and dirty.


The cables on the back were done as old coper tubing with a glaze of verdigris put over-top to make them look weatherbeaten. And yes… I gave him stripey pirate pants.

Next on the list is the famous Sammael Hopkins whose abilities seem to be all the talk amongst Guild players. We’ll see how he turns out!


~ by Achilles on December 11, 2009.

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