This blog was once about my 40K Eldar army, modeled in conflict with the Tau. It has grown into my hobby home on the internet. Basically that means anything I do from a gaming standpoint is written about here.
A while back I mentioned on the podcast that one of the local players, Brian, was painting up some
gremlins for me. I had recently picked up a set of Gremlins from another friend (Mike) and Brian offered to commission paint my Kin and slop haulers in exchange for some Guild models he was missing. As I was not really looking forward to painting up the Kin myself and I had no immediate plans to play the Gremlins, I took him up on the offer. I have to admit that what I ended up getting back was fantastic. I suspect Brian thought he was playing a bit of a joke by painting pink on each of the models, but it honestly worked out really well. The lighter pastel colors play well off the green skin of the gremlins.
I have to admit that while gremlins are still not among my favorite parts of Malifaux, these models have a ton of character. Part of me wants to like them enough to play in regular games, but in V1 they are just not at the top of my list. I am very happy to have them and the kin compliment my purchased Gremlin crew very nicely. I even have some additional models to add to the crew at a future date, including Lenny, McTavish, and a Pigapult. I think I might even have a Limited Edition Hog Whisperer somewhere in my box of stuff that could use some paint.
That said, I hope everyone enjoys checking out the excellent paint job Brian did on these models. The Slop Haulers came out a little blurry, so I will need to retake their picture at a later date.