I’ve actually started playing Underworlds more often, so this hobby habit is slightly less ridiculous. I should probably work through the boxes I have before I get more, though.
The Khagra set is a nice group of chaos folks that aren’t too deeply weird. They’re just guys with cool helmets.
I wish Mr Cragan here was unhelmed. Then you could really see how dour he is.
This is a nice beefy shield.
Okay, somebody had to have weird growths. But even Zarshai here is only modestly mutated.
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 other warband in the Direchasm box is The Dread Pageant. This four-model crew features more diverse models than their boxmates, Myari’s Purifiers.
This warband gave me an excuse to play with purples and blues, which was fun.
I still struggle with lighter colored bases like this. At least it contrasts nicely with the model and statues that make the base details.
I think it would be hard to put on a shirt with a crab-arm like this.
Looking at this now, it would have been cooler to make the shield fleshy instead of metallic.