JMGraham Posted October 14, 2014 Report Share Posted October 14, 2014 Man, after knocking through my Nurgle army for the OFCC, I've got to say that I am absolutely sick of painting green. So, as a break, I thought I'd paint ... more green. I've got the models to update and expand my Wood Elves, and I've got a LOT more to paint than I expected. I've got a fair bit painted from my last Wood Elf army, but the books have changed a lot. So, I've got a lot more to paint. To start with, I painted up a new unit of Glade Guard, along with "musicians" for my other 2 units. I think I recreated my original paint scheme well enough, though I may need to paint one more layer of highlights to hit my original cartoon "pop". It's fun painting something clean after tons of maggots and pustules, even if it is green! The musicians are owls. Partly I did it for variety, partly I did it because I had the bits, and partly I think it's cool to think of the forest critters aiding the Wood Elf army in war, calling out enemy positions, hooting out signals, and forming a central point rallying point. Painted from my previous army I have: Spellweaver BSB 2 units of Gladeguard 5 Glade Riders 3 Treekin 6 Wildriders 24 Dryads 16 Wardancers Treeman 5 Waywatchers Up on the block next are: Spellsinger 2 Great Eagles 3 Warhawk Riders 18 Eternal Guard 6 Wildriders 9 Waywatchers 3 Forests (yep, I'm running an Acorn list) And, If I want to do more beyond my planned 2500 point army: 3 Treekin 10 more Glade Guard Treeman 5 Sisters of the Thorn 5 more Wildriders. Whew! Lot of work cut out for me... And a lot of green... 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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