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 Tipsword's CarnEvil Nurgle Army
Posted: Jul 24 2014, 09:05 AM


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Quick history of the army. This began as a piece that I commissioned from a friend as my half of the 2009 Adepticon Team Tournament. He eventually got sick of painting green and the project officially became mine. I have since added some details and models to truly make it my own, including the converted furies. I am in the process of adding a BSB on foot, flying daemon Prince, and Soul Grinder for a tournament in October. I will get pictures of those up as I make progress. I would have liked to have gotten more Mordheim Carnies into the army, but that was cost prohibitive. 4 of the Beasts were originally done as Chaos Spawn for the same reason. I am currently working on switching them over to the metal beast models. Now, on to the pictures. I apologize for the quality. Thanks for looking.

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PB close up
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Herald close up
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Big Papa
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BSB on Palanquin
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Nurgle Furies
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Beasts of Nurgle
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Full army
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