Saturday, 7 April 2012

Chaos Ogres continued... Ironguts

It has been a while since an update, and I have been busy. Got the 2400pt list built and have been playing a few games along with a Blood in the Badland Campaign. Although it is all built I am still working slowy thought the army getting it painted.
I finally got the Irongut unit done along with the (warhammer forge) Tyrant. All of the ironguts have been modified/converted with greenstuff armour to give a more of a chaos look.

My Tyrant (his trousers still in the Empire Ostermark Colours)
                                                                                                    Along with the Ironguts I painted the Champion in the Nurgle Ogre unit

I had lots of fun painting him up, making him look as horrid looking as possible. I even added a few unwanted stains on his cream trousers :p.

Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Slaanesh Ogre Bruiser Battle Standard Bearer

Hey guys, this is my Slaanesh themed Bruiser holding the BSB for the army. I wanted to create a Slaanesh looking ogre, but the Standard to be more of a general chaos banner rather than being specificly for one chaos god. I gave him some chaos looking armour, a (charmed shield) and the unlucky empire man hanging from the BSB is from the giant kit (after some modification, fit pretty well). To keep with the slaanesh look of the bruiser I gave him a tenticle arm along with a demonette arm underneath.

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Ogre Firebelly (Tzeentch!)

So for the firebelly I wanted to go with a Tzeentch theme, I created a disc from two clear, flying bases and the tail flame from the plague furnace. He is pinned onto the disc so he can be removed and placed onto a normal base. The disc then counts as the Arabian Carpet magic Item(fly rule). I then added a few Chaos items along with a roasting chicken on his back pelt.

The model was really fun to paint. I experimented with the flames which really brighten the model.
Rather than the normal purple skin colour in the recess like my other ogres I wanted to give him a more blue/purple colour to go with the tzeentch. The chicken was painted to look like it was cooking from the flames of the disc.

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Ogre Thundertusk

The sky went dark, as the large beast aproached the Emipre line. They knew it was on the way long before they had even seen it. For it chilled the air around it, breaking even the strongest who dared to get in its path...
Update: Thundertusk :)

few, thats a lot of photos,

Thursday, 19 January 2012

Ogres from the North... Part 2

I have many ideas from the army, conversion ideas, paint schemes ect.

The idea is to have three main blocks:
 Khrone Ironguts with the Khorne Tyrant (i was lucky enough to get a Warhammer forge Chaos Ogre from GD 2010).
Slaanesh Bulls with Slaanesh BSB Bruiser (converted).
Nurgle Bulls with Nurgle Butcher (forgeworld Ogryn).
My Firebelly will then be Tzeentch, on a disc of Tzeentch (Arabyian Carpet)

I did a test Irongut, going with a slight purple skin colour in the recess. The bases is cork tiling with some thick snow. The clock is made from plasticard (heated to create the form). Green stuffed fur and armour.


Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Ogres of the North...

Many stories are heard about the 'Ogres of the North', each race around the North wastes have their own stories to tell from the smallest of Goblins to the mightiest of Chaos Champions. It is heard that they used to fight alongside The Empire, mechanaries, 'defending' againsts the Orc hordes and the threats of Chaos to the East of the Empire. But they Were a different tribe back then, a different Tyrant.
It was during a Chaos raid from the marauders of the North when the ogres fought alongside with a small force from Ostermark. The force was ambushed by a Chaos horde. The battle left only a few empire survivers, only several were keen to tell their tales of what had happened.
It was thought that the mechenary ogres had all deceased during the fighting or fled after seeing the losing battle, realising there was not much chance and dead humans don't pay.
These were all tales, stories, which for the Empire state troops kept them at ease. This was thought to later be confirmed with the corpse of the Ogre Tyrant found close to the battle field in a mangled state. The cuts were not from Chaos weaponry, for the wounds and cuts on the body were from large, blunt blades which the stongest of Chaos warriors could lift.

The Ogres had not been killed or fled, but instead something had drawn them to join the chaos marauders, and head North... for they had been chosen.


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