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Corpse Grinders – Necromunda

For a friend’s birthday, I bought them a Necromunda gang. They welfare the Corpse Grinder cult, and shall be used in a weeks time when there is a Necromunda Day at our house. All the gangs will be painted and as this friend isn’t a painter, they asked me to do so.

I agreed of course but when I asked about the colour scheme, they said I could pick. Here is the result:

I decided against adding blood splats because I wanted that pink to be seen by all.

My friend loves them!

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Palanite Wagon – Necromunda

Necromunda has become a feature in our household for some time! The gang have already finished one campaign and are now on about starting up a new one, with new gangs. One of them decided to play the Palanite Enforcers this time around, going for a dark blue and yellow colour scheme. Seeing how they are meant to be the police. As it was her birthday recently, our gift to her was a truck. The design and printing was handled by Dave, I did the painting. This is how it turned out:

It was a huge print, but a complete joy to paint. Battle damage seemed to be a must, considering that it’s Necromunda! The best part was how much she loved it though.

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Goliath Gang – Necromunda

This last week, I have been working on the first part of a gang for Necromunda. This was a great chance to work with someone on a colour scheme, while also being able to use our talk to take the colours where I thought they worked best. The colours settled on were bright green and brass for the metallic. I also wanted to use different tones for the skin, which was fine by the gang owner! Here is the result:

Although the initial colour discussed was bright green, I reserved that for the final highlight colour rather than making it the base. I used Incubi Darkness as the base for the cloth, which helped tie the colours together.

As there was no stipulation with the hair colour, I decided a range would be good. I think Necromunda is quite a vibrant game, and this is reflected in those choices.

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Necromuda

I have a lot going on other than in my Warhammer/hobby life at the moment but that doesn’t mean I have stopped painting. I have managed to paint up some more Necromunda Palantine Enforcers, which I thoroughly enjoyed doing. I liked the ones I did for a commission so decided to get some of my own to paint. I stick to the colour scheme on the box as I really think this is effective. This is how they turned out:

I really liked the fact that these miniatures came with the moulded bases, and the opportunity to use a fairly limited colour palette. The yellow really stands out about the shades of blue and grey and I think they look good. The added bonus was they did not take that long to paint at all!

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Necromunda Enforcers

I was recently contacted by a client, who asked me to paint his Necromunda Enforcers for him. I’ve not painted any Necromunda guys before, but accepted the task. He sent me some pictures of what he was after, and informed me that the guys were already built. It was clear that the client had put a lot of time into who his gang members were, and asked me to paint names on the bottom. Here they are:

The hardest part for me was putting the decals on, a skill I am still learning. The client was pleased, however thought that the miniatures were a bit dark nad needed some small flashes of colour to break up the black parts. I added them in and here are the final pieces: