Warhammer Quest Tile Room - Gorgut's Lair

Behold mighty Gorgut's lair, it's been hovering near the front of the queue waiting for paint, but there was always another piece which needed doing. Once I'd splashed a little paint on this really came together, pool of blood by the stairs isn't really visible on the photo, but it looks pretty cool up close. The ork icon is a 3D forgeworld icon I got a few years back, seemed ideal for the project. There are a handful of tiles left to complete, but the 3D rooms project is nearly wrapped up. Have nearly all the monsters in the monster tables based and undercoated, so still loads of painting left to complete.

The Lathe World Consortium (LWC)

The project is well underway, during lock down had a little spare time to finish building. Deciding on a paint scheme was tricky, but the minis are now well underway.

Warhammer Quest - Imperial Noble

Imperial Noble, not much to say about this guy except this sculpt perfectly conveys this guys self-belief and arrogance. 

Great model and love the rules with him. Planning to run him in the next campaign. 

Warhammer Quest Tile room - Gaol

I've made a big mistake. Having thought I'd posted all my completed role photos here I cannot find the posts at all. It's very possible I  completely imagined uploading them. So I'll get the posts completed within the next few days. 

First seen in white dwarf 185 the gaol was a great way to start an adventure. With the four waking up without armour or weapon and having to hatch a plan of escape. 

Hadn't originally planned to make a 3D tile for all the expansions, but here we are. The shadows were fun to paint on and the effect works quite well. 

Warhammer Quest - Dwarf - Grombrindal the white dwarf

The spiritual successor to the hero quest dwarf. Seemed only fitting this guy should be the WHQ dwarf. Initially released in 1998 this mini was sat in a box for over 20 years. 

I tried painting it a few years ago, but was beaten by that axe, there didn't seem to be a way to tackle this using regular metallics so I've had to wait unti skills matched expectation for the mini. Pleased with the results. 

Warhammer Quest - Monster! - An Ogre

Another ogre favorite of mine, again a Michael Perry sculpt.

I was in a painting challenge with someone on the Facebook middlehammer group to finish painting this mini and as he was doing a nautical theme I decided to join him. So the scales are taken from a sea drake, a little unconventional, but particularly fun to paint. 

Warhammer Quest - Monsters - Six Undead Mummies

Six mummies for the quest tables.

Love these sculpts and they were relatively easy to paint.

The first reference to these mummies I can find are in the 1991 Red catalogue 2, ethereal range.

As always photo from solegends.com

On the workbench - Ork Kill Team Krogskull's Boyz

Started putting together some orks, going for a typical grimdark feel and have been inspired heavily by necromunda and Inq.28. Slow burn project, but have surprised myself with how much I like these old orks.

Necromunda N17 - Van Saar, Venators and Voidsmen

The Lathe World Consortium (LWC)

With decades of extended orbital contracts working in life limiting conditions, the industrial workers aboard a Tarask Class Transport were contracted, under militant instruction, to outfit a small fleet of Arvus light ships. The work took a full seven lunar cycles, adequate time for some quality military training traded for illicit weapon modifications. 

Shortly after the work was complete the LWC executed the majority of the crew aboard the Tyran, along with all non-unionised workers. 

The ship has arrived in orbit of the Hive World Necromunda. Data supports that the cruiser can be repurposed as a commercial vessel, should that prove difficult there are hivers who would crawl naked over a cage of sump rats to teardown this vessel for parts. 

There were rumblings about instead outfitting the TCT ship and venturing to other tyranical Lathe worlds to liberate wealth and workers from nobles and world leaders who destroy others bodies for commercial gain.

Necromunda - Van Saar Cyberachnid kitbash

I tried to stay quite close to the Gang War 3 art work. Working on this scale was a bit fiddly, but I reckon it's worked out well. 

Necromunda ork commando!

Ork commandos, counts as Goliaths. First space ork I've painted. The axe needs work, but quite enjoyed painting this guy. 

Cracking on with these. Especially enjoying painting those necromunda bases. 

On the workbench - Necromunda Gang Van Saar

Bought my first N17 gang, testing out a paint scheme. Not sure which colour for the helmets, but these were quite enjoyable to paint so far. 

Warhammer Quest Adventurer and Monster Table Collection

This post is designed to track progress collecting and painting the heroes and monsters from the classic 1994 Warhammer Quest boardgame.

All the miniatures in this post have been painted by a lifelong friend Rich and myself.

And a big thanks to Matt over on MattGeeMinis and his extensive Quest tables. It was his idea to chart progress and he gave us the blessing to use his idea.
Adventurer Miniature Final Photo
Troll Slayer
Warrior Priest
Witch Hunter
Elf Ranger
Pit Fighter
Chaos Warrior
Bretonnian knight
Imperial Noble
Ex-bloodbowl player

Base Game Monster Table Quantity Final Photo
Minotaurs 3/3
Giant Rats 12/12
Giant Bats 12/12
Giant Spiders 12/12
Snotlings 12/12
Night Goblin archers 6/6
Goblins with spears 6/6
Orc archers 6/6
Orc boyz 6/6
Skaven clan rats 12/12

Level 1 Monster table Quantity Final Photo
Ogres 3/3
Beastmen 8/8
Skaven Storm Vermin 12/12
Savage orcs 3/6
Savage orc shaman 1/1
Goblin Netters 6/6
Skeletons 6/6
Zombies 6/6
Ghouls 6/6
Dark elves with crossbows 12/12
Wild Cave Squigs 6/6
Trained Cave Squigs 5/6
Goblin Squig hunters 6/6
Hobgoblins 0/9
Goblin Shaman 1/1
Dark elves black guard 8/8
Centaur 0/3

Level 2 Monster table Quantity Final Photo
Chaos Warriors 4/7
Hobgoblins 8/8
Rats ogres 12/12
Level 3 Monster table Quantity Final Photo
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