Fateweaver, for now!

I thought I better finish Kairos, just in time for the new model to come out otherwise he risked never getting done!

I really enjoyed painting him up, and it’s a real shame a model that has caused such misery for such ┬álong time to all my friends is going to be nothing more that a daemon prince from now!

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James.

The inner Tzeentchian, a guide to all things James.

James

So as John has presented some of his older work, I thought I would do the same. As you’ll see there is a pretty stark contrast between his style and mine. We both usually like the work each of us does, but for very different reasons.

My style is more of a line highlight and with a very bright palette behind it. I have no idea why, but I just can’t get away with current trends of hyper realism. I prefer my pretties to be pretty! Now as a Tzeentch player that’s no problem at all, we do bright colours over here in the realm of change, but it hasn’t always just applied to my demons, it has been a part of my painting with other armies too.

I’ll push through a few of my favourites here now, and then end with some nice Tzeentch stuff. Enjoy! (Or perhaps don’t!)