Although I printed them 3 or 4 weeks ago I’ve been procrastinating about painting these chaps (and chapess) but I finally got them finished last night. A quick dullcoat today and some decent photos in my new lightbox and I’m proud to present my take on the Carren Raiders from the Skies of Sordane Kickstarter.
Painted using what is fast becoming my normal ‘Washes and Inks’ style of painting the detail of the sculpts really shines through.
The Scourgeland Survivors preset a brilliant set of human models for use in a variety of settings. From a fantasy desert dwelling tribe to a post apocalyptic wasteland these model will fit right in.
In the Scourgeland the battle between good and evil already took place, and sadly, centuries ago, the dark overlord won. Releasing a series of arcane meteors, the Tyrant-God Tialevor transformed the largest forest of the world in a cursed land of dust, sand and ash. But not everything is lost. As the proud people of the Scourgeland survive the harsh environment and the ferocious Zeek plague, heroes are rising from the ashes to turn against the Tyrant-God Tialevor and get their freedom back.
The lastest bonus offering from Artisan Guild is a set of spellcasting heroes collectively called the Eye of Tialevor.
The first 2 in the series have been released in May and are Vulpeana Whitebranch and Marko – Justicar of Sol the Holiest. Based upon the painters at Craftworld Studios these fantasic sculpts are now available to order.
For fulle details of the models and their origins see the Artisan Guild Patreon post here. You will also find painted images of the models done by Craftworld Studios themselves.
I couldn’t resist printing myself an Arcane Dragon from the Skies of Sordane range. Mainly to see just how big he is, and he didn’t disappoint. Shown here with the sample Cin’dar Navy Forged Warrior Artificer on 25mm base, also from Skies of Sordane.
All printed on the Phrozen Sonic Mini printer. Total print time of 28hrs.
Standing an impressive 370mm high he is sure to impart dread on all those who encounter him. It’s a fantastic first offering from Arcane Minis from their SKies of Sordane Kickstarter and I can’t wait for the rest.
and a rear shot of the magnificent beast.
This kit is not for the beginner though, there is some sanding to do get get all the parts to fit perfectly together and there will be a degree of filling involved but that is the same with any large resin kit, whether cast or 3d printed.
The Skies of Sordane Kickstarter has started to deliver some files. We kick off with the Beautiful Arcane Dragon and the Forged Warrior Artificer. More files will be delivered over the next month including the Carren Pirates core bundle so keep your eyes peeled for more releases from this wonderful fantasy realm.
We’ve also seen a number of past Artisan Guild release make it onto the webstore along with the stunning Oni Clan from the May release. Only a few epic bosses and Amazons release left to go before we are all caught up.
Don’t forget you’ve got until 23:59 on 9th May (Tomorrow) to like, share, comment, follow and re-tweet to get your entries in to the draw to win the complete troubles in tavern set. RRP £41.50 with free post worldwide.