I have finally finished painting a complete unit of Gors for my mighty Beastmen army. Half of them are the ones I showed off in my previous post, and the rest have been sitting for a while waiting for me to get round to basing them. Doing these snow bases isn’t exactly rocket science, but it is probably the least fun part of the process for me. There are 32 of these guys, not for any particular in-game reason, but rather because I’ve been painting them four at a time. Here is the full herd in all its glory.
Here is the command group all together. I didn’t put any more work into painting them, but they’re generally the last to be taken off the table so I thought they deserved a few photos of their own.
The mighty Foe-Render, ready to be heroically pushed in front of some enemy hero so that one of my heroes can avoid a pulping.
The standard bearer. My free-hand painting skills are particularly deficient, so rather than make a mess of trying to replicate something as amazing as Zebrazach‘s work (for example here and here) I figured that Beastmen are about as artistically talented as I am, and would just go for a few lines on a bit of cloth.
Finally, here is the musician. I’d get a lot more mileage out of this guy if I remembered about the rallying bonus he gives. At least I do occasionally use the ability to swift reform.