Monday, July 23, 2018

Searching inspiration in Gary Chalk's illustrations for Lone Wolf

Like I guess many others, I'm a big fan of Gary Chalk, as I find his work particularly inspiring when painting miniature models. As a matter of fact, I've already used some of his designs for several shields in my Pfeildorf army, based on the illustrations he made more than a decade ago for Cadwallon, the role-playing game published by Rackham, and more than three decades ago for the 3rd edition Warhammer Army Book.

I've recently discovered Project Aon, which provides Internet editions of Lone Wolf books, some being illustrated by Gary Chalk. This post is a convenient way to archive all the designs that could be useful in the future to paint my imperial army.

Enjoy, or follow the links (in the titles) to re-discover Lone Wolf Adventures and Gary Chalk's illustrations.

Flight from the Dark

Fire on the Water

The Caverns of Kalte

The Chasm of Doom

 Shadow on the Sand


The Kingdoms of Terror

 Castle Death

The Jungle of Horrors

Lone Wolf Poster Painting Book

 (check the PDF online)

The Magnamund Companion

(again,  check the PDF online)

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Fighter F19

Another archer for the Mordheim challenge: this one comes from the Marauder MM60 range. Nothing new in terms of colors, as I've used the same scheme as for the militiamen of the Guild House.

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Citizen CZ5

Another citizen from the Marauder MM62 range. Painted as a Young blood in my Mercenary Warband, he's meant to be part of the Pfeildorf cannoneers.

Not my best painting job admittedly, as I'm running out of time to conclude this first session of the Mordheim contest.

Small step-by-step of the painting of the face:

with the colours I've used:

And the final picture of this first session:

Sunday, July 1, 2018

Citizen CZ18

One of the rare shooters of the Marauder Miniatures range: citizen CZ18, now proud retinue of my Mordheim warband.

Beware, City of the Damned!