Immortal Idols

As the interlopers sneak through the undercity, they alight upon an ancient statue. Emerald onyx shimmers in the ever dancing flames of the braziers that flank the effigy. The icon of the immortal God-king is magnificent and noble in aspect and at its base, votive candles, minor Shrines and macabre offerings lie scattered in the dust of ages…

My first completed model of the new year has been one I’ve had knocking around for a couple of years and I have avoided mainly due to the fact that I don’t really enjoy painting terrain projects as much as miniatures.

However, using my random project generator meant I had little choice but to plow through and I’m glad I did! The scheme was pretty simple and with the addition of some enamel washes for weathering I’m quite happy with the final result. Most importantly it’s finished and ready the table and I’m now wracking my brain for a great scenario to showcase this cool terrain piece.

4 thoughts on “Immortal Idols

      1. It certainly does look good! 🙂 I thought I should let you know that your blog is one of those on WordPress that doesn’t let me see “like” buttons (even though you and others can no doubt see them – there only seem to be a small number of them). So if I leave a comment and you reply I’ll always read it, but won’t be able to “like” it. I may have mentioned this before but my memory’s not what it used to be!

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