Variags of Khand   2 comments

Painted some Variags of Khand infantry.

Contrast colours

Black cloth. Red flags.

Red armour. Highlighted Blood Red, edged with gold. Nuln Oil gloss wash to armour and weapons.

Veni Vedi Vici transfers to the banners. No suns but Mongolian culture is famous for it’s Gold Eagle Hunters and other birds of prey so I felt this was quite fitting. I can see the Variags coming from the Eastern Steppes riding their chariots into battle.

Posted May 12, 2021 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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  1. Great looking bunch, I really like the banners!

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