Painted Void Archon

Here is a second Void Archon for my Mercenaries (in Warmachine) and Minions (in Hordes). Gaming-wise there isn’t much more to say than I mentioned for the other Void Archon, except perhaps to reiterate that their rules were so needlessly powerful that it felt like a waste not to take two in any list that could fit them. Hence, here is a second one!

I made the decision to keep both Void Archons with a similar visual style so I’ve used the same colours but swapped over on the torso sections so that silver and bronze are reversed between the pair of them. This was a very easy paint job to complete but I’m very happy with the results.

Here are the two Void Archons together; I think that they make a nice looking pair.

Next on the painting table: Malignant Plaguecaster.

Categories: Hordes, Painting and modelling, Warmachine | Tags: , , , | 8 Comments

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8 thoughts on “Painted Void Archon

  1. A fine looking pair. Probably not the first time I’ve used that expression. 😉

  2. Very nice mate – a dynamic looking pair!

    • Thank you! Now that I look again at the photo I notice that they fall into the same problem of single-pose minis everywhere: standing side-by-side they look like we’ve interrupted them partway through a dance routine.

  3. Well I can’t top TIM’s comment haha. I love the steampunk look to these sculpts and you did a great job painting them!

  4. Love your color scheme! ALso great choice to alternate colors on the two models: they look fantastic side to side!

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