So here it is my list build around the beauty that is the Glottkin. With a few extras I painted along the way. The list I'm currently playing is
Plague Priest on Plague Furnace
40x Plague Monks
40x Plague Monks
1 Extra Commandpoint
I have currently played 2 one day tournaments placing second and fourth with a combined score of 4/2. Also won best army both times.
I got this Glot
So I finished my first unit of Blightkings yesterday after a long break from painting stuff. Im very happy with how they came out and have two more units unpainted. Next I might work on a Verminlord Corruptor or a block of Plague Monks have to see what I'm feeling like.
So here is the full unit of Kings
These two are my favourite ones I did. I really love the helmets on these guys.
And here is everything I have ready right now. 5 Monks, 5 Blightkings, Lord of Plagu
After looking at lists to go well with my Glottkin I decided that adding some Skaven would be a fantastic way to go so I started with a plague furnace. Using a lot of colors I used in my Glottkin I ended up at a pretty nice finish
Even though this model is a pretty big pain in the ass to paint because of the multiple subassemblies I did love doing all the weathering on this model. Adding a lot of moss to the wood and stone and rust to the metal it does really look nice and worn.
I decided to paint this cheapo model before messing around with the 2 other Glott brothers so I could nail down the paint scheme for my Nurgle mortals and I think it turned out pretty fantastic. Practicing blends on this model was a lot of fun and I really how the helmet came out the darker edged really pull your eye to his face. I'm also really enjoying the color combination I have found here the green goes really nicely with the pale purple and the orange accents the green perfectly.
I started off my Nurgle army by purchasing a Glottkin and really making my list around that. I saw someone do this tree kitbash on reddit and decided to do it aswell and go for a Ghyran based Nurgle army. I got some tree trunks and stumps from Grabblecast and a ton of tufts from different places to make nice woodland bases and I think its coming along really nice. I still have to make the guys riding the big dude but It's already looking pretty good!
The back side on this model has to be my