Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Showcase: Sorcerer of Tzeentch

I'm wrapping up a conversion project this week and it's not quite ready for pictures just yet.  I'm excited to show you the completed project using Darklands Miniatures next week!  Until then, let's take a look at a quick 3.5 hour paint I did a couple of weeks ago for a new customer David D.

David wanted the codex paint scheme for the sorcerer and I was happy to oblige.  The combination of regal blue and gold are fantastic.

I used Valejo's Old Gold, which has a rich dark color, for all the gold pieces on the model.  Old Gold is one of my favorite paints and is perfect for the time worn and chaos weathered armor of the Thousand Sons.

The sorcerer's sword blade was a major contrast point and I had fun digging out a color scheme from a previous commission to do his.  The sorcerer's and the backpack's eyes were another minor contrast point, simply done with Goblin Green and Scorpion Green.

After a few hours I had a model I liked and was proud to hand over to David.  Both the Abaddon he commissioned previously and this sorcerer have been rampaging across our local game store's table tops claiming glory for chaos!

Thanks for stopping by this week to see what's going on at the Lab, come back next time and check out two unique demon prince conversions for a fimir themed fantasy army!


  1. That's some great work, Matt! The force weapon looks awesome!

  2. Thank you, I'm really glad you like my work!

  3. Nice contrast with your colors and true to the scheme. Good to see you again!

  4. Really love the models that matt has done for me. I cannot wait to see whats going to happen with the Chosen.


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