Octobers Painting Challenge with Halloween Bonus


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Post Fri Oct 11, 2013 6:02 pm

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phreedh wrote:Very nice ogres, vistenholder!

Blue, don't sell him! One of the best ogres ever!


After seeing these painted versions I would have to agree. Though I might paint mine as wearing Chaos armor and put him with my MM 90s.

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Post Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:55 am

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Go, the " finale "picture of my ogres but only for your eyes i show you the 5 next in WIP :
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Post Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:20 pm

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Absolutely stunning! I'd better hurry and paint my Ogre Shaman before I see yours and decide I can't possibly do it!

Anyhow, pretty much finished this challenge, just a few bits of static grass to do. Here they are, Black Ernie MacShmuck and the Creeplings:

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Post Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:22 pm

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That looks cool, lack of actual Snootys though ;)

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Post Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:58 pm

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Wow Finn thats absolutly Brilliant!
I see you did get the Pixy trixters, how was that company?

Also heres my Halloween Painting
10 x Skeletons.

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Post Mon Oct 21, 2013 6:58 pm

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Those tricksters are the icing on the cake! Most pricey figures I've bought in a long time but well worth it and a fraction of a price they normally go for.

Here's the Creepling fluff:


Deep though the caves inhabited by most Snotling tribes are, there are caverns deeper and darker still; fissures and grottos where the no breezes blow, the air is hot and stagnant and many of the passages are little more than half-flooded crevices. Even here there is life for it is in these dank recesses in the bowels of the earth that the Creeplings dwell. They are small even by Snotling standards, barely a foot high in most cases, and have an unnerving quality to them which makes anyone who encounters them shudder involuntarily and gives them their name. For those who know more about them the shudder may not be so involuntary, for the Creeplings have a reputation for being more wicked than their mainly benevolent larger kin, engaging in violence for sport and enjoying random acts of depravity. Fortunately they rarely come above ground since daylight hurts their eyes. The most experience a human is likely to have is if mining or caving too near their territory, when the Creeplings will make “knocking “ sounds to lead the humans away. Some humans have found richer seams of metals this way and so speak fondly of the ‘knockers’, whilst others have found themselves lost or trapped and claim they have been tricked by evil mine spirits.


Separated as they are from the bulk of Snotling-kind, the Creeplings have their own king. For as long as any of them can tell this has been Black Ernie MacShmuck. By all reckonings Black Ernie is now over a thousand years old, however he is no taller than an average Snotling. Some attribute this to the Creepling’s genetic shortness, useful for creeping through tight crevices. Those who are in the inner circles of Creepling hierarchy, however, know that although their king is Black Ernie, it is not often the same Black Ernie for more than a couple of years. Intrigue and assassination are rife amongst the Creepling clan and their king goes about cowled with his face hidden and rarely speaks.

Only two types of vegetation are to be found in the caverns of the Creeplings. The first is a virulent purple fungus which the Creeplings eat and use to dye their clothes. Many Snotlings blame this mushroom for the Creeplings’ unsavoury nature since a close cousin of it grows in the higher levels of the caves and is avoided at all costs being highly poisonous, even to Snots. The other plant is a curious type of gourd which produces an eerie phosphorescent glow. This is the only form of illumination in these deep places and the pumpkins are revered by the Creeplings who say that each pumpkin is connected to one single creeper which runs into the deepest, darkest part of the world. There lies the pumpkin king, Django Lanthorn, who watches over all Creepling kind. Should the realm of the Creeplings be threatened then Django Lanthorn would stir from his sleep and rise to the surface to defend his people. It is forbidden to cut a pumpkin from the creeper, but occasionally one will fall of its own volition. This is seen as a great omen and blessing by the Creeplings and the gourds are often carved into ornate masks or carried into battle as totems to secure victory.

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Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 4:58 pm

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I have not dropped into this thread as often as I should and I must say it has been a real pleasure to have a look at all of the contributors work here. Some truly excellent ideas and outstanding painting. Its a bit like what I'd imagine being at those early Golden Demon events would have been like.

Am I too late for my entry? Here's the Legion.

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Post Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:40 pm

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Great NIghtmare legion ! We were about to have 3 entries of them at the start of this challenge and you're the first to post yours which is great with the purple decorations.

My Malal demon prince/giant werewolf is in the final steps and should be finished this WE.
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Post Wed Oct 30, 2013 9:18 am

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Nice result on the Nightmare Legion, that stippling technique is a great idea for the Undead.
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