Tuesday, 13 January 2015

Today's progress

Giant Rats DONE! 
30 of Clan Moulder's finest in all their glory, well the little glory giant rats muster
In a unit this big it's nice to have a little eye catcher so I used one of the reaper rat 'piles' and painted each one a different fur colour, and mounted them on a 20x40mm base.
Looks much better than the all brown variant I went with a few days ago. 
Here's another view 
Really happy with the results, next up for clan scourge is Warlord Skrillix
I've been writing a bit of story from the point of view of my general: Xerxes in my games with Scully as Clan Scourge grows. Maybe I'll post it but I'm very critical and there's a lot of great writing out there on other blogs already so we'll see. 
I'm also very excited with my WIP on "The Shadow Lord"
Big mean mitherf*cker
Thanks for stopping by and comment, comment, COMMENT!! 


  1. Nice work matey, you've painted up more giant rats than I have so far and they look rather nifty. Keep up the good work!

  2. Keep it up! I like how you add some rats with different fur colours. I do not like so much the reddish ones, perhaps it's the photo, but I do like the white ones!
    I also would love to see how you have build up the base for your Verminlord, as I would like to do something like that. Is that natural cork?

    1. No it is tree bark, wood, dry wall mud and talus stone. When you've painted as many skaven as I have it gets boring and you try new things, ginger rats are great fun to paint and you can blame them if you lose a game.

  3. Hi!

    Fantastic work on the rat swarm! The whole unit works well together and really looks like a verminous horde.

    All the best!

  4. Thanks space cow they took awhile but they're done, now onto something fun!

  5. A real "Chittering Horde" there...freaking CREEEPY! ...and well done!

  6. Cheers blue, some of the bases need a bit of work but once that's done I can varnish and then lay on the flock and tufts to finish them off!

  7. Yar! Great work! I love 'em!

  8. More clan Moulder comin down the tube soon