The Oldhammer page is running a Gary Morley paint challenge for the month of June. I settled on doing a WHQ Pit Fighter.
I had never painted any of the WHQ minis, the challenge seemed like the perfect opportunity.
I decided to paint him in the same scheme as my Warcry warband.
I'm quite happy with the results.
There is still time if you have a Morley figure sitting unpainted head over to the Oldhammer Facebook group and take part.
Great work on the classic miniatureReplyDelete
Looking good! I like the red and the deranged grin!ReplyDelete
Gary did an amazing job on the facial expression for this guy!Delete
He's amazing. I love how the bone warpaint/tattoos came out on him; especially on that grin! You even got a little leopard print in there! Awesome!ReplyDelete
Always got to have some spots 🐆Delete
So cool! It's fantastic, as it is such a daring scheme. I love how you turn these classics into your own world with your personal style. Great job!ReplyDelete
I appreciate that Suber I’m seeing him as an unnamed young Black Vasken…maybeDelete
I love that you could work him into about any campaign you play. Fighting for Graveskull? Awesome! Aboard the SS Psy-chotic Snake Mountain *hiss hiss*? Even better!ReplyDelete
Multi use eternal champions to drive the narrative ☺️Delete
I think I already told you on FB how much I like the work you did on this miniature. I'll only add that I love the fact that you write the mini's name on the base. Old skool!ReplyDelete
Every mini deserves a name Delete