Chariots of ire.

Greetings, fellow humans! This month, I have mostly been painting Chaos Chariots. These guys were fairly similar to last month’s Knights, so I mostly knew how to approach the ‘shared’ parts (the Chaswassers and horses).

Chaos Chariots

As for the ‘new’ parts, I painted the drivers with the same dark skin tone as my Sorcerer Lord, and the chariot itself was mostly silver and gold. You can’t see it in the pictures, but I painted the wooden floors of the chariots the same way that I do the boots/straps, but with an Agrax Earthshade wash instead of Nuln Oil.

The Chaos Chariot kit has a few options to allow you to get a bit of variety in (with different chariot fronts/horns, banner tops, heads and weapons), so I made the most of things so that I wouldn’t have two identical models.


On a greener note, I painted this big fella!

Rogue Idol

I absolutely love this model, and I think it’ll look great stomping along with my Ironjawz (and future Bonesplitterz). I painted the main body/rocks the same as my Loonshrine’s base, but then gave the mossy bits a wash of Biel-Tan Green instead of Agrax Earthshade. The face was painted the same way as my usual Waaagh! magic, but I gave the mouth a few extra washes to darken it down a little more.

Also: I couldn’t resist giving him an eye test. A googly eye test, that is!

Rogue Idol - googly eyes

4 thoughts on “Chariots of ire.

  1. I really like the overall dark scheme you have going with your chaos force, I look forward to seeing more!
    P. S. I feel the googly eyes are the fitting choice for any worshipper of gork (or possibly nork)

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