A friend at my FLGS bought this model with the intent of it becoming Gretchen Wachter, a Banshee special player for Blood Bowl. He gave it to me to paint, seeing as it’s a player I can use, so that’s what I did.
Gretchen Wachter Showcase
I sculpted some armor onto the Banshee, trying to keep it similar to the card. I was pretty happy with how that came out.
I also shot a video showing the sculpted armor before painting it.
I wanted to do a simple paint job on Gretchen Wachter. Nothing really fancy, just something fun and easy. I just got done painting up my Necromantic Horror team, the Grave Wardens, so I thought this would be a fun little project as a break from the norm for me.
The base is simple too. I wanted to give a dead and desolate feel without doing anything really complicated, and I think I pulled that off. I wanted Gretchen to be the focal point and the muted base tones do that.
There you have it, one special player – Gretchen Wachter. Not a whole lot to say on this one.
If anyone is interested in the model I used, it’s the Banshee blister pack in the D&D Nolzur’s Marvelous Miniatures line for WizKids.
How did I do? Accurate representation of Gretchen?