Keep On Rotting in the Free World

It’s almost Christmas, and who can claim to encapsulate that as perfectly as Papa Nurgle? He’s fat, jolly, generous to a fault and he really, really loves bells! In the spirit of being festive, here’s a squad of his little helpers; my Plaguebearers – the Rotten Souls.

Ho-ho-ho…

 

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plaguebearers-of-nurgle-convert-or-die-6Also, on an unrelated note, I just read Abaddon: Chosen of Chaos by Aaron Dembski-Bowden from the Black Library Advent Calendar. It’s short, of course, but packs in a lot of punch and introduces some interesting characters, so at a bank-breaking 99p it’s well worth the money. Roll on Talon of Horus!

Merry Christmas!


4 responses to “Keep On Rotting in the Free World

  • Outbreak of Evil | Convert or Die

    […] I’m still forging ahead with my new traitor guard project but let’s take a quick break from them because they’re not the only thing on my painting table. I’m also working on a fairly big, and extremely complex, Daemon Prince of Nurgle but I’m hanging fire on showing it to you until it’s finished – mainly because until then it’ll be in twelve disparate bits and I’m not entirely sure how, or even if, it’s going to work out. In the meantime, in order to keep me fresh and stop me succumbing to ‘big model panic’, I’ve also been working on a few more plaguebearers to join the Rotten Souls. […]

  • Ann

    I like ’em. The belly eyeball is nice, the bases are well-done and all that rust. Also liked that they aren’t like most plaguebearers (mine included) that are green.

    • Wudugast

      Thank you! 😄 I think they show their age somewhat, my painting has undoubtedly improved since then, but I reckon they hold up pretty well all things considered. The belly eyeball has turned into a bit of a recurring theme for me, I’ve used it on at least one of my poxwalkers and I’m tempted to do it again with my Sloppity Bilepiper (I do enjoy writing that name!). As for green plaguebearers, I’m actually a big fan of them in that style, I think it suits them really well – it’s just that I’m also a maverick who doesn’t play by the rules 😉

      • Ann

        Yes, I agree, they hold up extremely well. I like green plaguebearers too, but it nice to see people not “play by the rules too,” and I always think that belly eyeballs are a good thing! 🙂

        Yeah, I like that name too, tee hee!

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