This is Slaughterpriest-freebie from White Dwarf. The model didn’t come in the Silver Tower boxed game, but there are rules for him to use in Silver Tower in White Dwarf, so I guess he counts to show in this blog… The reason I painted him as soon as I got him is because I wanted to enter him in the Slaughterpriest painting competition in the forum section of this site…
A fine gentleman like this needs a fitting name. So please let me introduce you to mister KONOK CINDERMIGHT!
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One of the best looking models in the Silver Tower box is the Excelsior Warpriest. I really like the Games Workshop colour scheme so I decided to paint him this way. This is how I did it:
Brown primer applied with airbrush.
Step 2: Skin
First of all I gave the skin a wash with Druchii Voilet. Then I layered using a wet palette. These are the colours I used: Abaddon black, Vallejo Panzer Aces dark rust, Beasty brown, Vallejo Panzer Aces light rust.
Step 3: White cl
I was going to paint the Excelsior Warpriest next, but then I saw the wonderful tutorial on the Mistweaver by The War Gamer on youtube:
If you don't already, you should definitely follow his channel! He has some really great tutorials and lots of other interesting stuff.
Anyway, seeing this video I decided to use this colour scheme as a starting point. The first thing I painted was her dress. The colours used are Stegadon Scale Green for the lower parts, chest and ribbons, fo
I decided to paint my AOS Stormcast Eternals in the Hammers of Sigmar colour scheme, so obviously my Knight Questor got this treatment as well. Following the Warhammer TV tutorial on painting Stormcasts, I painted his gold armour first and I really enjoyed it! But then came the cape... The blue parts went fine, but I had problems with the white because I was out of Celestra Grey. I had a few problems with getting an even coat, but eventually I got there. I finished the armour with a gloss varnis
I absolutely adore this little guy! He was fun and very easy to paint. I went for a more traditional look rather than the weird and amazing colour combos you sometimes find for Gryph Hounds. I mostly used drybrushing combined with washes on him. It only took about 20 minutes to get him completely done.
The second hero I painted was the Doomseeker. I wanted the orange tones to return all over the miniature so I painted his beard, hair, runes and the fire in his weapon all in a similar fashion.
I also use my Silver Tower models in AOS, so I give them the same lava-themed base as the rest of my collection. For the Doomseeker this works really well.
I'm happy about the way he turned out. He's really bright and stands out on a battlefield.
Welcome to my first ever blog!
Recently I fell in love with the wonderful game and stunning miniatures of Warhammer Quest Silver Tower. I decided to share my painting process with you as a way to keep me motivated. I really like to paint miniatures, but being a full time working husband and father with a passion for photography, painting, graphic design, going to concerts, running, reading and loads of other stuff, my miniatures don't get all the attention they deserve. So this blog will ho