Back to hobby popcorn, Underworlds warbands. This time, it’s one from the Nightvault cycle, Thundrik’s Profiteers.
I have a
few Kharadron Overlords models from my brief foray into Age of Sigmar. Maybe I’ll use them together sometime, so I followed that scheme pretty closely.
I’m not quite sure I like guns in fantasy settings. But mecha’d up dwarves are hard to say no to.
The best part is the beard armor.
Hey look, some gems!
I guess a flight stand might be too much to ask for in Underworlds. Anchor it is.
Guild Autopsies are another cheap minion for McMourning, and general purpose cowboy zombies.
Guild Autopsy (pistol down)
They do all have excellent hats.
Guild Autopsy (pistol aimed)
And pretty good shambling poses.
Guild Autopsy (pistol butt)
I picked these up out of a sense of completion. I already
had Nurses and alt Rafkin, so I figured if I ever wanted the Autopsies I should find an M2E box. I don’t know how often I’ll play with them, but they were a fun paint project.
Guild Autopsies (group)
The Canine Remains are a cheap minion for
McMourning. As usual, my supernatural animals turn out much cooler than more natural ones.
Canine Remains (blue)
I had intended for this puppy to be a blue-black. It turned out just plain blue, but I actually like it. So much of my Malifaux is drab colors, it’s nice to have something bolder.
Canine Remains (leaping)
I lost one of this guy’s ears during assembly. But why won’t a zombie dog be missing an ear?
Canine Remains (running)
Many Malifaux undead models (like the
Rougarou) have chunks of exposed flesh to demonstrate it’s undeadness. I always struggle to make it blend with the rest of the model.
Canine Remains (group)