[A quick message to you guys readingthis] It’s strange now that I’m posting loads of Chaos Space marine models on the blog for months now, I would never have imagined that I would be able to paint as many as I am now. To be honest, many of the models you have seen so far have only been painted this, when I’ve actually had them for nearly eight years now!

It’s thanks to your support with likes and comments that’s really gotten me motivated to get this army painted. As of typing this post, my collection is just about inline with a demi-company (half a battle company size) with extra support and elite reserves.

I wouldn’t have been able to do it without your support. So from me to you, to papa Nurgles little Nurglings, thank you!

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Now back to the post subject! Today, I have a model that’s not plastic, nor resin metal, but instead the dreaded Finecast!!!!!!

However, this is only one of the two Finecast models that haven’t been too messy for me, in fact, this Daemon Prince model came out pretty good ( but still, Finecast is still S#!£)

I love this model so much! The painting scheme works really well with the cracked armour, skin and glowing decay. I will admit that Finecast did have its pros when it comes to sharp crispier details from mould.

I plan to have this model be an equivalent to a Chapter Master of the Harbinger Legion, as I find it would suit the model being a wise, diseased, old and generous prince of Pestilence.

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Thank you for reading this post. If you have any questions, post a comment below and I’ll reply back as soon as I can. Thanks!

-Bjorn

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2 thoughts on “12 days of winter [day 7]: Dark Millennium Faction Collection- Daemon Prince of Nurgle

  1. Nice. I like that model as well. One good thing about Nurgle is that it would be particularly easy to cover up the inevitable Finecast problems, I’d think. 🙂

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