I recently painted up the Warhammer Underworlds Warband Morgok’s Krushas.
I did enjoy painting up these miniatures, again I used the Army Painter range for the entire project. There were a few elements I knew I wanted on these models which helped me plan the miniatures.
I knew I wanted to go with a strong green colour for the skin tones. I used Greenskin as the base colour, shaded with green tone, and then highlighted up with Goblin Green and then Snake Scales at the very tips.
I knew I wanted to go for snowy bases, which meant with a light colour on the base I wanted deeper shades on the armour. I aimed for a dark grey and dark red. Although the base colours when applied were not too dark, I applied a good coverage of Dark Tone wash to the armour areas. It helped to really develop shadows and enrich the colour, especially the red.
I enjoyed painting these miniatures. The range of miniatures for the Warhammer Underworlds games are of a very high standard. There is a lot of personality in the miniatures, very dynamic poses, and lots of interesting detail when you get into painting them. You also get the option to paint a few models from different factions giving great variety to the range and the hobby. My only regret is I have not had a chance to play this war band yet as I think the cards that accompany them make for a really great style of play in the game. I’m very much looking forward to trying them out and happy to have a painted war band ready to go.