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Path of Conquest 2020 : The 100 Kingdoms - The host of the Iron Wolf

Path of Conquest 2020 : The 100 Kingdoms - The host of the Iron Wolf

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First, merry christmas to everyone !

I fell in love with the Spires yesterday. I’ve had a complicated relationship with them, since I didn’t really knew how to paint them.

I found a color scheme that was quick and easy (and that worked) for the drones but ‘ve been with how to the high clone executor. And yesterday I decided to try to paint the characters of the spires I had (Pheromancer and High Clone Executor). My OTT order that contains a few characters for the Hundred Kingdoms and a contrast paint I wanted to use on the Spires characters, has been stuck for almost a week at Roissy airport. I just hope I’ll get it before the end of the holidays. Thus, I had to find another way, and I jumped in not really knowing how it would end…

I wanted to recall the rest of the army and used the same color scheme, but I decided to make them stand out. I used various inks and a few contrast paints to get the purple I wanted and the bone/coral/flesh look I desired.

I also decided that the weapons and a few parts would be made of an otherworldly metal. For this one, I used the Colorshift Metal “Psychotic Illusions” from Green Stuff World on the mask and the blade of the High Clone Executor. It has a metallic blue/pink/weird touch, that fits the rest of the miniature and the Spires in general.

I’m very happy with how it turned out. I think my Spires army has now a worthy warlord.

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Loving the way that Executor came out. It’s interesting to see the variety of paint schemes people have gone with for the Spires.


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