Rhulic Showcase: Warcasters

Been a long time since I picked up a Privateer Press model. I have a few armies painted up for  both Warmachine and Hordes and really like the steampunk fantasy theme. So while looking through my figure cases this weekend, I decided to take a trip down memory lane with my Rhulic Mercenary force. First up, Warcasters!

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Gorten Grundback, Rhulic Mercenary Warcaster

Gorten is the first model I painted for my Mercenary army years ago. I love this model! He’s one of the original boxed Warcasters in the Privateer Press line and the sculpt still looks great next to newer designs. The color scheme came out better than I’d expected. Using Vallejo Game Color, I went with a very earthy palette to go with the rough and rugged feel of these dwarf heroes.

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Durgen Madhammer, Rhulic Mercenary Warcaster

Durgen Madhammer is an explosive expert and lover of mayhem. Sure his hammer is impossibly large and his canon would send his little ass flying from the recoil, but damn it he looks so bad ass! One of my favorite things about this miniature is the option to model his blast shield up (as seen here) or down.

Anywho, that’s a wrap for this post. Next I’ll post some pics of some Warjacks; steam-powered automatons of destruction! Thanks for visiting and happy painting. 🙂

4 Comments

  1. Excellent paintjob. The transitions look ver smooth and I very much lile the OSL. The coloir of the armour pieces is well chosen. Looks really like an old piece of varnished metal.

  2. Hehe try running Durgen with primed Kayazy. That’ll do the trick–wrap their warcaster up and kill one to hand out boosted POW 14 hugs under the feat!

    1. Oh that’s a nasty trick right there! Unfortunately, I’m not a fan of the Kayazy models. I’ve come to the realization that I’m a painter first and tactician second. 😉

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