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Marks of Chaos: #7 The Fun Things In Life Are Either Immoral, Illegal or Fattening.

Discussion in 'BoM Blogs' started by 8people, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. 8people

    8people 8 is just another way of looking at infinite ★ SPS Account Holder Adored Veteran

    Apr 20, 2002
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    And goddamnit if painting Warhammer is fattening I'm screwed.

    After multilating a few elves to see what their pretty, fleshy, squishy skin should look like I decided to move onto an army where I can really let myself go. As I want no two models in this army to look the same. At all. Sure pose is limited in many, generally the metal models, but the colour schemes are different for each one, there are themes for 'touched' models, not ones with a Mark of Chaos to any deity, but perhaps the equivalent of being given a small poke with the god in question running away giggling afterwards and a Gor stood behind looking around wondering what the hell happened and how long has he had stripes for.

    Sure, sometimes like-looking Beastmen will get together and go "OH HAI! WE DON'T CLASH LET'S KILL STUFFS :3" but more often than not it's a near religious hatred for the untouched and a desperate need for belonging and survival drawing together bands of Beastmen to travel together and the strength of will and might of a shaman or champion to maintain a warparty for any length of time, and the winds of chaos decorate for no man (Only a seriously nagging woman. Perhaps Mrs W. Chaos)
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