Monday, January 18, 2016

Warhammer 40k - Night Goblin Archers

          
          Hi there! This is the second post for 2016 and I have again something different to present. These three little vicious fellows are my first try in Warhammer 40k figures..


          Since I'm not a gamer I'm not familiar with these figures but I believe they are Night Goblins from some older issue of the game (Any additional information will be very much appreciated!!).
         These figures come to me along with some other LOTR figures from ebay and they where badly painted ,over blocked(?) ,heavily varnished, had glue drops in some places, and some where broken or almost broken...
See the picture below to understand what I mean..


         I felt very sorry for these fellows and I've decided to give them their Resurrection and also experiment to some Warhammer figures. Unfortunately, I made it to save only three of them, because the other three had either to much paint and varnish, either  broken and missing parts.
        I have to say that these figures have great expressions and I enjoy it very much working with them. So much that I have already bought some more (new this time) warhammer figures to paint in the near future...

       Some pictures below of the final result...





      
And some in white backround...I still haven't decide witch backround is better..





















           To paint the signs on their hoods I've searched on the internet and I've seen many different,so I've choosen some that I liked most. I'm not very happy with the grass tufts I made. (I have to make a better applicator..). 
           I will continue with the Goblins until I have a nice army of them and maybe when my daughter grows a little bit older I will have some one to fight with  :-D 

Thank you for visitind my blog and I hope you enjoy this small journey!!

'Till next time........ Keep Up The Brushes!!!!

10 comments:

  1. Very cool character figs; love the greens.

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    1. Thanx Dean!! Their Green Flesh was my favorite part during painting!!

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  2. Pretty sinister little fellows!!!! Wonderfully painted, as is your trademark! :D Cheers!

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    1. Sinister is the right word, yes!!! Thanx amigo!!

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  3. They look so cute...and so horrible! Beautiful figures, love the green colors!

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  4. Quite Lucky No Broken Noses.
    Outstanding Painting!
    Greetings. Beano Boy

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    1. Unfortunately I couldn't resque the other three figures.
      They had too much paint and varnish upon them:(
      Thanx for your comment Beano Boy!
      Regards, George.

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  5. Lovely, funny little figures! Love them and you did a great paintjob on them!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Thanx Peter!Yes realy funny and vicious faces!

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