Painted Blood Sisters

Here are small unit of Blood Sisters, part of the Daughters of Khaine force I’m gradually building up. They’re basically the melee equivalent of Blood Stalkers, trading a fairly trivial ranged element for more close-up stabbing action. We don’t play anything like enough Age of Sigmar for me to have any strong thoughts on how best to use Blood Sisters; I’ve generally just rammed them into something that isn’t already swamped by Witch Aelves and hoped for the best.

Just like the Blood Stalkers, the Blood Sister kit is great fun to assemble and paint. Blood Sisters are actually meant to have a sort of face mask and sensible hair thing going on, but I much prefer the ridiculous flowing manes so I used the alternative heads (that are meant to go on the Blood Sisters instead). In general I tried to keep the same palette as the rest of the force but went for a dark red on the snakey-bits as I felt that would be more fun to paint at the time.

I dedicate this post to Azazel‘s Scenic and Squaddie September challenge. Many thanks to Azazel for leading these monthly blogging challenges.

Next on the painting table: Gun Boar (again).

Categories: Age of Sigmar, Painting and modelling | Tags: , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Painted Blood Sisters

  1. Lovely job mate – they look great in red! How do they look lined up with your green Stalkers?

    • Thanks! I think that they look quite good with the green ones. I’ve got a couple more pieces to get sorted out, then I’ll do a family photo.

  2. These look really nice. What’s next for this force?

    • Thanks very much. I really love these sculpts. If only GW could make some good rules to go with their outstanding miniatures I’d be all over them! I have a Bloodwrack Shrine in the offing at the moment, then a couple of infantry Heroines and then I’m done with what I’ve purchased so far.

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