This Chaos Daemon Prince of Slaanesh for Warhammer 40.000 is an older paintjob, which I tweaked a bit in 2020 and called it done. Yet I’ve never found time to post. So without any further delay here it goes.
It was supposed to be a part of a large Slaanesh-themed project, which unfortunately got canceled shortly after it started. Sadly, even gods of Chaos cannot save their followers from some terrible misfortunes.
I took this model to a few events and he earned me some trophies. But after revisiting it in 2020, I found it strangely incomplete. I felt the urge to tweak him a bit, and so I did it.
Now you can see the Chaos Daemon Prince of Slaanesh, still in the original concept but with slightly adjusted interpretation. He remains pretty accurate and faithful to the original version though. Enjoy! 🙂
Kacpero has already shared some pictures of the commissioned Witch Elves unit. They a part of a larger commissioned project. One that will take some more time to complete. However we decided to show you additional photos of unit to you before finishing the whole project. Why? Because there’s one very interesting and uncommon thing about them!
On this photo you can see the whole unit of Witch Elves with a movement tray and winter bases. But check the next photo, just below this one.
Can you see all the different styles of bases? There are eight styles, each with bases for the whole unit and an accompannying movement tray.
Each set allows to place the unit of Witch Elves in totally different terrain. So the player can use bases matching the style of the gaming table!
We thought it would be interesting to show what the various styles look like with the models. So we placed a few Witch Elves on each set of bases.
Here you can see the Witch Elves on lava (chaos) bases:
Here they are using woods-themed bases:
These photos shows Witch Elves with marble bases:
Dark landscape bases:
Standard field bases here:
These photos show ice (winter) bases and the complete unit.
And the remaining ones are: warpstone (skaven) bases and desert.
They look nice, don’t they? And while painting all these bases (160 of them!) was a lot of work, they make the unit stand out for sure.
“Gotrek Gurnisson, a Dwarf Slayer, and Felix Jaeger, his Human chronicler, are a duo of warriors travelling throughout the length and breadth of the Old World, battling Dark Forces and stopping plots in Gotrek’s quest for a heroic death against a terrible foe.” That’s what Warhammer Wiki says about them.
You know how I like making dioramas and scenic bases. Therefore, when I got a chance to make one for the famous duo, I did it.
The models are the classic 1993 versions of Gotrek and Felix. In addition, they can be removed for use in games.