Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Daemonhosts revisited: the Sacred and the Profane part 3

A while back, I posted up some work i'd done on a couple of Daemonhosts (please see links below):

I've recently revisited these models and made some modifications as I'd become confident that they weren't quite there yet. 

For the first Daemonhost (carrying the basin of holy water), I was concerned he didn't look daemonic enough (beyond his huge stature), so I decided to try and add some spines and protuberances, taking a bit of inspiration from the classic metal models.

For the second Daemonhost (in the stocks), I felt like he didn't seem securely bound enough, so I added some loops of fine jewellery chain and a couple of small padlocks. 

Here are the results:


  1. Wow - impressive what such small additions can do to a model. Really liking what you are doing with these, especially cup-bearer.

  2. I really dig those. That cup bearer is brilliant. Well done mate.

  3. Cheers guys. These were a real pleasure to come back to.

  4. Both of these miniatures look as if they'll be a treat to paint - really glad you've revisited them! The cup-bearer in particular is a wonderful piece of imagery/background. Great stuff!


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