Posts Tagged ‘Stormcast Eternals’

Only it didn’t happen on a Sunday.

On Tuesday Mengel Miniatures sent me a picture of their gorgeously painted Retributor, sparking a second flurry of Stormcast Eternal model pictures. So here’s some more, and there’s good ideas for colour schemes in this lot. They all came from Twitter, so handles rather than real names are presented. Follow them, some of these guys are prolific hobbyists.

The one that started the second Sigmarite advance, from @MengelMinis

The one that started the second Sigmarite advance, from @MengelMinis.



I finally got round to playing Age of Sigmar a week ago, and I loved it. I’m going to write a post about why it is a such a good game later. In the meantime, here are some pictures I was sent by folks on Twitter and Facebook when I asked what colour schemes they chose for their Stormcast Eternals, because, ya know, I was looking for cool ideas to pinch! I said I’d put ’em on my blog, so here they are, and very nice they look too.

If you’ve got a Stormcast Eternals paintjob you want to share, send it to me via the comments, on Twitter or my Facebook page. If I get enough, I’ll collect them here again.



This one’s by James Bragg who works at Warhammer World. He went for a battle-scarred look. I really like that, so may dirty up my own too. Follow James on @JamesBragg1984


John French SCE

John French (THE John French, of Ahriman and Heresy fame) devised his own colour scheme – The Stormhost of the Last Oath. @johshfrench


JPipin SCE

This one’s from @Jipin, who I may know offline, or I may not. That’s the problem with Twitter when people don’t use their real names! Anyway, he’s chosen turquoise as a spot colour to link his Forces of Order, as on the shoulder pads of this Knight-Venator (awesome model, I have to get one).



Graeme Lyon, fellow writer and one-time Black Library editor, has elected to join the Celestial Vindicators, because “they’re green and angry”. @graeme_lyon


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An Iron Warriors inspired Stormcast, by @witchhunterrecs



Clint Mallet reckons his bone-coloured work in progress isn’t fit for the blog, but I disagree. Nice contrast. @kluncau



Finally, James Karch’s stunning Astral Templars Knight-Vexillor. James is a big cheese at Warhammer World. All those fancy displays there? His job. Great looking model. No twitter handle here, as this one came via my Facebook page feed.


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