A while back our gaming buddy Otty wanted to try Battle Companies and after many discussions on you only need a few figures and it wont take long to paint, I purchased some "Hunter Orcs on Fell Wargs" thinking one day maybe in 15 years time I will get around to it. Afterwards I started thinking how did that happen? I have so much stuff to paint why did I buy more? then it struck me "I had been Gríma worm tongued", bugger!
To continue with the ethos of what to do in lockdown while disheartened with 40K, I started to put the figures together and create rocky bases, using up some white milliput The arms are a little small then what I am normally used too, but they are a only 20mm, but I really like the Wargs though. So I thought I would look at getting another pack then I spotted this on ebay:-
11 Hunter Orcs on Fell Wargs and 15 Wargs, GW sell the Hunter Orcs on Fell Wargs for £25 for 6 and 6 Fell Wargs for £20 to buy new would almost cost me £110. So you could appreciate this caught my interest. Sometimes I love ebay but I do feel very sorry for the person who sold these because I bought them for a steal, only £30...... wow that was lucky. Not only do I have a Battle company, but I have almost enough for a full army.
My idea was to do a step by step guide to speed batch painting, I thought I had emailed all the images off my phone before I deleted them unfortunatley I was wrong so I lost all the images so here are the finished Wargs, bugger!
These are the original 6 with milliput bases, I added some shields before I started painting them
And this is the full army, and base coated, ink wash with Agrax Earthshade and finally a dry brush highlight. Very quick and fairly effective on mass.... :)