Sunday, 23 March 2014

Wolf Guard Complete


Another completed Wolf Guard, again from the Battleforce box. I'm gradually working my way through the miniatures that I've got 'half painted'. I think I'm settling into a style that I'm comfortable with. Here he is in all his glory.

Wolf Guard
Again I've looked at picking out some of the detail on the model and edge highlighting. I've also taken to showing off a few pictures with an app called 'composure'. It allows you to create some neat little montages like the one below
When I got back into the hobby again I really disliked painting backpacks, it got to the stage where I would rather paint another model than finish the backpack. It was only really when I saw how much the backpack could add to the model that I began to 'enjoy' painting them.

Here is the back of the model to show off the backpack.

Backpack view
Next up is a small squad of Long Fangs. Eventually I will get around to painting the remaining members of the Grey Hunters and the remaining Wolf Guard. I also need to stop buying cool miniatures from a popular internet auction site, they are starting to mount up!

Till next time.


  1. Backpacks are a great way of trying new things without having to paint a whole model, as only you will see them on the tabletop! I always like to try different metallics or highlighting/shading techniques on them. Looking good, love the gold.

    1. Thats a great way of looking at backpacks, Ive been tempted to try some new shading techniques but not had a good opportunity.