I finished up the first four (out of FORTY FOUR!) miniatures from the Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress box.
(And they were the easiest ones, at that!).
I partly did these ones to experiment with how I wanted to do the bases. I spent an inordinate amount of time cutting jagged little triangle out of plasticard and layering them up on the bases - to make it look like an uneven floor covered with shattered bits of the fortress - but then I painted the whole mess black and also added a small amount of gravel (which was painted purple and blue) and then painted some light blue and violet lines on triangle plasticard bits on the bases - to try and match the game boards... Now I'm not really sure the layered plasticard is even going to be noticed...
Ah, well... maybe I'll be able to simplify the process, if they're not going to be noticeable anyway!
Ur-Ghul - from Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress by Games Workshop.
These are denizens of the Blackstone Fortress - they have no eyes and hunt by small and sound! the Drukhari also make use of them.
Perhaps I'll work on one of the heroes next... then another of the villains....?
Coming Soon to Tim's Miniature Wargaming Blog:
Lots of stuff on the workbench at the moment - all the Blackstone Fortress minis, a squad of Tallarn Mortar teams, a Grey Knight Strike Squad and Castellan Crowe, and other odd and assorted minis - mostly imperial things (and maybe a couple Eldar)
Haven't even started prepping the Reaver Titan, but it's high on my agenda.