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The Bride and Groom from Hell Painted

I’ve been carrying these two around for years and I FINALLY spent about 5 hours getting them done today.  Meet Baphemut and Cassandra, my greater daemon and/or daemon prince model!  Baph is an old-school GW minotaur I got for cheap (cuz he’s so old) and Cassy is an old-school Dark Elves slave girl.  I just thought it’d be really cool to make this big blue monster with a hotty girl friend stretched out like a cat in heat on his base.

baph 1a
baph 3a

I’d really like to say more about them but to be honest… It’s 10pm and my eyeballs hurt from painting all day.  Good night!

J. D. Brink

Brinkschaostheory.blogspot.com

www.jdbrinkfugitive.com

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Sean Squires
Sean Squires
7 years ago

Cool looking figure and a great idea to add the woman to the base, makes it much more interesting.

Thor
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7 years ago

I agree with Sean, it’s a cool idea and unique. I’d like to see a bit more elaborate basing, just something to break up the starkness of it, but otherwise I dig it.

Kamui
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7 years ago

Cool! That’s a very clever counts-as and a solid paint job.

JD Brink
7 years ago

Thanks fellers! Yeah, the basing is really my first non-straight-black-plastic base ever, and i bought it to be cool and sculpted and ready to rock, which it wasn’t. supposed to be a “river of skulls” — you can kinda see it but they didnt mold out very well. Now i want to play some daemons just to get these two out on the field killin’ folks.