Monday, 23 January 2012

My Other Chaos Dwarf K'Daai Destroyer!

Heh heh. Can you have too much of a good thing?


When my first Chaos Dwarf K'Daai Destroyer turned out so well, I figured, why not? What the hell! Let's have two!


I've played a game with the first one, and by 'eck but he was hard to kill. Just imagine the terror my opponents will face now!

(Extended evil laugh)


I went to some lengths with this guy to make him different from the original, taking his mask off (and discarding it on the floor behind him) and reposing him. The reposability is a bit limited but its sufficient to give him a different slant to him.

The horns can even be turned to point down! 


Here's a picture with a Mantic Abyssal Dwarf in shot for scale.


And I'm pleased with the addition of the tree on his base. It's from the GW walls and fences set.

Can I wait to play wirth both these guys in battle?

Man, it's going to be good!


But first! I have to paint twenty five more chaos dwarfs, two rocket launcher teams (wait until you see those) and the extremely delicate but beautiful Warhammer Forge Chaos Dwarf Skullcracker!

5 comments:

  1. Man, you did a fantastic job on those two! Really inspiring! I love the fact that you're not skeptical in using non-GW and unofficial toys in your games.

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  2. Damn, they look great. I decided not to go for the Chaos Dwarves, but seeing this makes me regret my decision. . . Love em.

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  3. Why thank you. I have to say that Chaos Dwarfs have been a real pleasure to do. I’ve managed to save a bit of money here and there on the models so they haven’t been too expensive to build up and their playing style is right up my street: a tough elite army with a nice mix of units and some really aggressive magic.

    Thanks for the feedback!

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  4. Brilliant idea these , nice work on the paint job also.

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    1. Thanks. They are incredible in the game and really worth "purchasing."

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