Last month I visited Warhammer World in Nottingham for a INQ28 game. It was a great game with a LOT of talented hobbyists. I've never seen that many fantastic warbands in one day. Jonathan Hartman (@Shibboleth02 on Instagram) arranged the event, and made the breathtaking terrain.
I'll leave links to blogs and instagram-accounts on the bottom of the page. I really recommend checking them out!!
I have a lot of photos from the game, but I'm saving them for the battle-report I'll write in the next post. This post will focus on the miniatures I made for the event.
I mostly used Poxwalkers and resin Servitors to make the Survivors and the Zombies. I wanted to make it look like all the miniatures came from the same research facility. My goal in the game was to get my survivors out of the Lesotho 2-12 labyrinth. I wanted it to look like my gang originally worked at the facility, so I painted them in white and bright orange to match the colours of the terrain.
The biggest mutant I made was based on a Forge World Plague Ogryn. This was actually the same miniature John Blanche used for making one of his abominations:
PS: Remember my Great Unclean One competition!!
If you want to share your WIP pictures, you can use the hashtag: #GUOcompetition.
Henry South: @Henrysouth
Isaac Tobin: @Weirdingsway
Laurence Blanche: @Thistlemojo