My Harlequin Troupe ‘The Umbral Embrace’ has been a bit of a labour of love that has been very rewarding as a miniature painter and a gamer. I shied away from Harlequins a few years ago as I didn’t feel my painting skills were up to the challenge. But given time, practice and patience I’m… Read More »
Here we return to Pinky’s Harlequin project, with his vast array of conversions. Leave no model untouched! This time a Wraithlord mimics a Death Jester.
Yondu Happy little Murder Clowns have gotten some more models done up. First up is the big guy: Haven’t got any green stuff at the moment so I’m improvising! Only blue-tac’d on for feedback on size. I’ve got some light tack masking tape that I’ve cut into 3mm squares the ones in the background (yellow… Read More »
This Ynnari force will be made up of two parts the main bulk of Harlequins and Wraithost (who will be modelled as marionettes with Harlequin puppeteers).
The Laughing God – Yncarne All done for now, I might try some Eldar runes on his cloak when I get a new brush and my eyes are less wrecked! I will do all the bases together when the troupe is done… 🙂 Check here for the first post and here for the second. I have however broken… Read More »
The Laughing God – Yncarne So the background fluff for my Ynnari force is strongly rooted in the Harlequins and ‘Cegorach’s Return‘! Check here for the first post on this conversion. I added the extra masks as there is one of every mask in the troupe, I imagined him switching masks as he takes on different roles… Read More »
A post from Pinky: Tonight’s magic trick involves turning the ‘Yncarne’ into ‘Cegorach the laughing god’… So the background fluff for my Ynnari force is strongly rooted in the Harlequins and ‘Cegorach’s Return‘! The laughing god has pulled a joke of epic scale and convinced the 40K universe that a ‘New!’ Eldar god has been born…… Read More »