A poisonwindglobadier ready to throw a deadly ball of poisonous gas.
I did not use the big backback that normally comes with the globadiers.
All of my globadiers are painted in the same scheme and they look really good on the battlefield.
This and the two other globadiers were designed by Colin Dixon.
This is my stormvermin regiment.
Unlike the other skaven, stormvermin are actually good fighters.
A weaponskill of 4 and halberds make them usefull agains orks or other infrantry troups.
I have all of the old GW stormvermin (no. 74453/71 to /74) but the command group is from Excalibur miniatures. The stormvermin are all painted with yellow armor to stand out.
On the right you see my Rat Ogre regiment.
The skin blending is better done with a expander so that the color dries slower.
If you don't use it you will have to work very fast like I did with the dark Rat Ogres.
They were highlighted with the color still wet.
The rat ogres were designed by Michael Perry and have the GW part number 020600902 to 020600907.
This is my plague monk regiment.
As you can see not all of the models are from GW.
I painted them in pastel colors like hospital doctors.
They can cure your illness terminally.
If you want to know how the banner is made look at the banner section.
What you see here is my slave rat regiment.
I quite like the new slave models.
Maybe you notice the skaven with slings.
They are old models wear a armor, so I think that they used to be normal clanrat warriors.
Because they are so small and since the skaven codex doesn't allow clanrats to wear slings I put them to the slaverats.
And this is my giant rats regiment.
They don't look too good on the photo and the bases are not as nice as the ones on the newer figures (like the slave rats).
The two giant rats in the front are from Nekromunda.
They look very cool with their two tails and the pox marks.
Maybe I should make some rules for "mutated giant rats".