Cult of Khaine Warhammer Army Blog

This blog is dedicated to my Dark Elf Warhammer army - The Cult of Khaine.

I have been collecting and painting models for the past couple of years in particular the games workshop warhammer dark elves. These are my favourite minatures out of their range and over the time I have amassed a rather large army. I thought it would be a good idea to blog my development of the army as It evolves to keep a record of my ideas and to showcase the models when I finish them. I will be posting various images, comments and links as I go and would love to hear any comments you have.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Cult of Slaanesh - Bloodwrack Shrine

This was a pain in the #%$@ to paint assembled but a joy to see it complete! I really wanted to continue the Slaanesh colour scheme with lots of highly polished silver and gold. The hair colour of the two attendants finishes the piece well.

Saturday, February 3, 2018

Cult of Slaanesh Dark Elf Darkshards

Well off to a productive start this year! I managed to knock out 40 darkshards, 2 units of 20 in a month after not doing any painting for quite some time. It's good to be back on the brush :-)

Sunday, January 14, 2018

The start of a new army!

I have not posted for a long time - I have found some new inspiration and have decided to paint a new army! Hopefully some more posts to come.

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The War Host of Karond Kar

Here is the finished board. I was hoping to get some more pics but the light is playing funny tricks with the photos at the moment.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Finished the board

Well the board is now done after lots of dry brushing.

Final steps included a matt seal then painting water effects over the sea area.

A fairly quick job this one and looks great with the army on it. I will post more photos wen I get the chance. Can't believe I have finished this army after 2 years of painting it.

And the finished board from the top down.

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Base Coating

Next stage is to give it a good base coat. I sprayed all the PVA glue areas with a white base coat first to seal the glue and make it easier to paint.

I also added some coarse gravel around the base of the rocks.

Then I gave it a good coat of black, blue and brown slowly building up the colours.

Blue is much easier to paint on a white background than black.