Monday, 22 February 2016

HobbyHammer - Tales of Sigmar: Seraphon Month 1 FINISHED

HobbyHammer - Tales of Sigmar: Seraphon Month 1





For the first month I got a bit eager and started painting early. Hence the reason this is a post at the beginning of the month... ooppss. 

Budget = £50 

Start Collecting Box bought from Triple Helix = £37.50
Skink Starpriest bought also from Triple Helix = £9.00
Delivery Charge                                                 = £3.49
Total                                                                   = £49.99

Firstly, month 1 has a lot of models to paint mainly due too the awesome price of the Start Collecting box.

OldBlood on Carnosaur

I started with the centrepiece model for the army. Probably a bad idea, but my hobby juices were flowing. I have another blog which details how everything was painted so I won't go into massive detail about how and what colours I used. If you want to see this please visit http://www.hobbyhammer.com 

I started testing out basing schemes at the end of last year and came up with a dried earth base with a blue underglow as if the Seraphon are causing the earth to change with their magical presence. 


Here are pictures of the OldBlood Finished, I have named the character Chrak'gar - The leader of the land dwelling Lizards. This is the army I will be using mainly for the Rise of Empires campaign running alongside the Tales of Sigmar. The fluff and backstory will be here




Skink Star Priest

What good is a Seraphon army without these little cunning lizards?
I have gone for a generic blue for the skinks. This model is fantastic, a joy to build and paint. The painting blog for this can also be found at http://www.hobbyhammer.com.




Saurus Warriors

In the starter box, you get 12 Saurus Warriors, a good start for this unit. I will eventually add another box to make 32 of them.

I didn't go for the standard blue for these as I believe they look more like Komodo Dragons, therefore I went with a green base colour for the skin and scales.




Saurus Riders on Cold Ones







Month 2 - March

Budget = £50.01

I have also bought the Thunderbeast Box set which set me back £100 and a Basttie - £30 so this will cover March and April and part of May. In March I plan on building and painting a Bastiladon and 3 Ripperdacytl Riders, April will then cover the Stegadon, Engine of the Gods and Trogolodon. 






11 comments:

  1. Awesome paintjob ! I love your basing idea, pretty and fluffy at the same time :)

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    1. Hello, i would like to know
      which painting do you choose to make your saurus

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  2. Can't wait to see the Thunderbeast Host! Was so tempted to get that myself but managed to resist for the good of Sigmar!

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    1. Also I read your painting steps over at hobbyhammer- really good. I love reading about how other people use painting techniques

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  3. Looking great. Really like Chrak'gar. And the bases are a fantastic idea that executes superbly well. I'm glad you didn't go blue skin, this is much better.

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  4. Cheers everyone! Always nice to receive positive feedback :)

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  5. I must join in the cheering! These are some really great paint jobs!

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  6. Wow! 2 units, a wizard and a huge centerpiece, not bad at all for month 1! Which I'd done so much. Looking great too, like the green scheme :)

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  7. Looks amazing! Can I ask how you painted the Saurus? The links to the Hobbyhammer article are broken unfortunately :/ Thanks!

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