Spiteclaw’s Swarm is one of the first Underworlds warbands I bought almost two years ago. Finally I made the time to get it painted.
I’ve always liked the skaven. Swarms of rat-men, tainted by the warpstone. Plus, they fit well into most fantasy settings, so I could use the models with Relicblade or Rangers of Shadow Deep.
Aww, look, he’s got a friend!
A lot of the earliers warbands don’t name all the characters. Time for some mooks!
I love me some lizardmen. So naturally I jumped to buy the lizardmen for Underworlds. It just may have taken me some time to get around to painting them.
I followed the same red and grey scheme I used for my Blitz Bowl lizardmen.
I quite like these Scale 75 metallics. It gives a nice bronze color.
Klaq-Trok is the only saurus in the set.
Like their Blitz Bowl brothers, these models were mostly painted with GW Contrast paints, but with some washes and highlights to enhance the depth.
Look out for the blowgun!
Look at all these skinks. We need another saurus in here!
Kruleboyz and Ironjawz aren’t enough. I need me some savage orcs.
I think this might be the first time I’m actually happy with tattoos painted on. Sure, it simple blotches of color, but it works
Look out for Hedkrakka. He’s got many feathers to wave at you.
Toofdagga is doing his best Wolverine impression.
That axe looks more like it wants to split a skull than wallop it, but either way it’s ready to go.
The Shadespire warbands may be a bit long in the tooth, but I still gotta catch ’em all.
I’ve always love the greenskins, so I’m glad I could give these guys some attention.
The yellow armor is so striking. This is GW Contrast, which looks pretty good on the table, although it suffers a bit in close up photography.
I just painted a bunch of the new Kruleboyz. Doing them back to back really emphasizes the different physique between the different types of orcs.
But sometimes you just gotta smash. For that, there’s Ironskull’s Boyz.