Games I Like – Malifaux – Painted my Judge and Governor’s Proxy

Did a little more painting today; my Governor’s Proxy and The Judge for my Guild Crew in Malifaux.

Photobucket

Photobucket

The Governor’s Proxy is a Totem for any of my three Master’s. Totems are spirit constucts summoned to a Master from the beginning of the game. They have the Companion rule meaning they can activate at the same time as their master (in one activation). Each of the four Totems for each faction has the ability to cast one of the (1) Spells of their attached Masters. Three are only available to specific Masters and each faction has a single Totem available to them all.

The Proxy’s special ability is to add two to the Willpower of all friendly Guild models in Line of Site (the Governor’s watching!). The only downside is that if a model every fails a Morale duel in his LOS is his just straight up KILLED (no flips… just DEAD). Handy when fighting lots of Terrifying Models (the Ressurectionists) or when having to make lots of Willpower Duels (the Neverborn).

Mostly, I just really like the model. The face has a ton of character with his jowlyness and raised eyebrow. There’s a very similar model in the 40k Daemonhunters range that I bought for the exact same reason!

Photobucket

The Judge is one of Lady Justice’s entourage from her starter set. The Studio paint job has him in white with blond hair. I see the Judge more as the skinny Old Man, so I painted him as such, giving him horn rim glasses (with Simpson glasses eyes painted on) and a shock of white hair.

To contrast with Lady Justice all in white, her Marshals are going to be all in dark dusters, the Judge included.

So that leaves the trio of Death Marshals from her starter for me to paint and all my original purchase of Guild models are done. I picked up Perdita, Nino and Francisco to round out my Guild purchases and Taelor, Johan and the Convict Gunsliger to start adding some Outcasts.

Suggestions on what to paint next are welcome!

Advertisements

~ by Achilles on January 3, 2010.

2 Responses to “Games I Like – Malifaux – Painted my Judge and Governor’s Proxy”

  1. Nice, is the Judge on a mirror or did you mount the 30mm base onto a 40mm base? Is that blood, leaves, rose petals, at his feet?

    • Thanks dude! I paint single figures just attached to the top of an old paint pot to keep me from handling it (gives you a large surface to hold on to). The stuff at his feet is blood, gloss coated for shine. It’s at a bit of a bad angle to see.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

 
Metal Miniatures

pics of little metal men

Health, Love and Lipstick

A nurses journey in search of health and self happiness.

Dagger and Brush, Daggerandbrush, dagger brush

Miniature painting, wargaming terrain tutorials, reviews, interviews and painting guides

Fighting Fantasy Project

Can YOU survive?

davidneat

a maker, a teacher of making

Miniature armies, huge time sink.

But time you enjoy wasting, is not wasted time...

goochman70

Just another WordPress.com site

Tales From The Lead Pile

the strange wargaming world of Diakon

oahuhiking

Oahu hikes

Astronomi-con

Forging the narrative since 2001

Aaron Dembski-Bowden

Don't worry. None of this blood is mine.

sho3box

Toy soldier stuff.

10-4 Miniatures

Miniatures, etc.

WildNinjaMole

My random thoughts on everything

Obi's gaming and painting

Tabletop and more

Perpetual Motion Canadian

I know not all that is coming, but be it what it will, I'll go to it laughing.

Generic Gaming Goodness

One of the many, many blogs of the Ivory Goat Gaming Group

%d bloggers like this: