Moria Blackshield warband   2 comments

A Moria Goblin Blackshield warband. Painted with grey wolf skin cloaks as white wargs are supposed to be rare and white cloaks are not really goblin like . After a short time a white fur cloak in the dark of Moria on a goblin would soon enough be grey.

Legion black armour. Military green skin . Basilica Grey cloaks highlighted with grey then toned down and shaded with basilica grey . Leather brown leather . Highlight steel the armour . Black Templar shaded the shields before gluing into place. Bases with gw technical grey base paint. Bones with skeleton horde then skeleton bone. Drum with gulliman flesh and Kislev flesh then washed and toned down brown.

Posted February 4, 2023 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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  1. Nice work here. I have about 30 of these in the original metal and I will love the models, great sculpts.

    • These are the reissued versions of those so will be the same. Agree the original metal sculpts are always superb in this range. The plastics were good too back in the day for bulking out your warriors at a reasonable price. Not too fond of the new resin stuff but it better than it was and if it keeps the range in production I guess that is better than nothing.

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