Friday, 7 October 2016

Terror Grub from Heresy Miniatures

The just painted maggotmen inspired me to do more Heresy stuff, and this Terror Grub fitted with the theme. I wonder if the maggotmen are sort of culinary followers...
It’s a two-piece resin kit, and from experience I do advice you to paint the inside of the mouth before you glue on the front segment with the outer parts of the mouth. Trying to paint the inside with everything assembled was a bit of a pain…
You’ll need a tiny bit of green stuff to hide the gap between the pieces, but for this big a model that is to be expected. A very nice and bubble-free nice kit all in all.
I painted it greenish, gave it purple and red washes and then drybrushed gray green.
Ready to chomp on adventurers in Frostgrave and other fantasy settings.
Obviously!
This is where I got my icky monsters.

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    1. It is rather useful. I look forward to seeing it (Monsignore, on the other hand, shudders...)

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  2. Very nice monster-worm.Looks a little bit like Frank Herberts sandworms in Dune.Har nu svarat på din fråga på hur jag målar mina tegelstenar.Bättre sent än aldrig.Trevlig helg.

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    1. Tack, sett det redan. Ska experimentera en del.

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  3. Nasty! I like it! It looks like a big version of the maggots from the Doctor Who 'The Green Death' episodes.

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    1. A bit, but nastier mouth on this one.

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  4. Really scary monster Joakim! Great horror work!

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    1. Thank you!
      The backlog of half-finished minis are getting smaller and smaller, so it is soon time to start with some Cthulhu-themed monsters. I'm really looking forward to that.

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  5. A fantastic terror if ever I seen one :-)

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  6. Awesome creature and it looks very gruesome!

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    1. Andy Foster of Heresy does have a certain feel for nightmarish creatures. Excellent stuff!

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  7. Cool monster and great paint job on him

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    1. Thank you! It was rather fun to paint. I like yucky monsters :-)

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