Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Citadel F3 Barbarians

G'day M8's.  The army of General Karnage grows with the addition of some wild barbarians!


These are re-released barbarians that Foundry put out at Boyl.  I snatched them up and got paint on them as soon as I got home.






 I really enjoyed the wild scheme, and they fit perfectly with the rest of the army.  Hoping to get these on the table soon.  ;)

30 comments:

  1. Woah,that army is looking great! The barbarians are a nice addition, they suit the army vibe perfectly.

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    1. Thanks Dave! They really fit in well which is nice. I really needed to beef them up so they can face my cavalry army.

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  2. These are really quite fabulous. I love how vivid the colours are and how they work together. The Beastmen look great, especially the shields.

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    1. Thanks Chris....I like my chaos armies vibrant. ;)

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  4. That is one nice looking army!

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  5. Accomplishing a a unified unit paint scheme, yet at the same time a diverse individual livery is so difficult. Good job getting it here.

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    1. Thanks man. Whats even crazier is the amount of time that's been between painting these units.

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  6. Great colourful army, the barbarians fit in perfectly

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    1. Thanks now I can do all my Arnie snarls and growls while gaming lol.

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  7. Haha. Awesome. My favorite though, is the skull faced slayer!

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  8. looks fantastic! Love the details like the beastmen shields and skeleton paint on that dwarf in the front

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  9. It's fantastic to be able to buy these minis after a long OOP. Well painted 😄

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    1. Thanks Nico...ya I hope they keep releasing a few packs every so often. Gives you time to paint them in between.

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  10. Great work. I can't believe this colour scheme works...but it does!

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  11. Corr. There's a high chance it's deliberate in your part, but the non-standard approach to painting these makes them look they've walked off the pages of the 1980s He-Man comics. Great work.

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  12. Unique as ever, great stuff!!!!!

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  13. Sexy and Vibrant! Can't wait to see them in person.

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    1. Thanks buddy. Ya it’s coming up soon...can’t wait!

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