Stormcast Eternals: Knight-Vexillor

The Knight-Vexillor has a giant banner. I think this is, by a pretty significant margin, the largest banner I’ve painted. The sculpted detail looks a little weird, but it certainly beats anything I would freehand.

Knight-Vexillor with Banner of Apotheosis

I’ve started using Tamiya Liner paints as a pin wash. The thin enamel paint wicks along edges super well, and cleans up nicely when needed. On this model, I used it in the lettering on the banners and sword. It gives a better contrast that I’ve been getting with acrylic washes.

Stormcast Eternals: Yndrasta, the Celestial Spear

Yndrasta might be the single coolest Stormcast Eternals model. Certainly it is the coolest in the Dominion box.

Yndrasta, the Celestial Spear

I followed the box art by using silver armor. But I decided on purple for the main accent color, which I’ve also used as an accent for other Stormcast.

The base has a ton of great detail. It follows the Dominion swamp theme. The Stormcast don’t have as much sculpted swampy detail, but I tried to carry it through to give some cohesion.

Terrain: Tent and Lean-to

I have mixed feelings about the PVC-type plastic WizKids uses. It’s very bendy, which makes it durable. But it also makes it hard to clean mold lines or straighten a sword. But for scatter terrain it’s hard to go wrong.

Tent and Lean-to

These tents could go nicely with the adventurer’s campsite from Malice. Or it could fit into modern, post-apoc, or even historical games if you don’t think too much about it. Versatile is nice.