Warhammer Quest - The Great Unclean One

Confession time: We all from time to time have to take a step back, look at our collection and say "I'm a collector or painter above being a gamer" this is the case for me right now as we have a wonderful 5 month old who selfishly refuses to sleep all day on a Sunday so I can head to the local gaming club and hash out an adventure every week. So I recently came to accept the hobby is probably more important to me than an actual game at the moment, as I paint an enormous dungeon to enjoy in years to come.

That brings me to my next finished project. This was not at the 'level 1' end of the quest monsters, this was not a practical decision whatsoever. Never the less, I hope to eventually, one day, need a fully painted great unclean one. So here he is in his resplendent rotting form..







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  1. What model did you use? it's disgustingly beautiful!

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    1. Cheers Eric mate! it's the ultraforge miniatures - plague demon. Love the model, although I've got the forgeworld GUO it'll never fit into a dungeon so this guy wins centre stage instead.

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  3. This is the best painted version of this miniature that I've seen, it's a better sculpt than I realised. Excellent work - it will look great in one of your dungeon rooms.

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    1. Yeah, Ultraforge gave it a pretty bland paint job I remember, wasn't sure why with the level of detail it has.

      Cheers very much, can't wait to see him in game eventually.

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  4. Lovely job Rusty. I've never seen that version of an unclean one before. It's an interesting take on the concept. I understand what you mean by realising you're not a gamer foremost - I'm realising more and more the complete package of the game - i.e scenario, painted minis and scenery are more important to me than just playing which means I don't play as much as I did but when I do it's all the more immersive.

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  5. Incredible painting - the detail, highlights, & light-sourcing are jaw-dropping!

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    1. Why thank you very much, I've been away from the blog for a while, but very nice to return to your comments, thanks :)

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