The relentless and fearsome Flesh Hounds, creatures of unmatched speed, strength, and determination. These daemonic beasts pursue their prey with unyielding tenacity, showing no mercy to those who would oppose them. Sorcerers who attempt to outwit or harm these formidable creatures find their arcane powers futile, swiftly extinguished by the unrelenting wrath of Khorne.
In the realms of Warhammer 40,000 and Warhammer Age of Sigmar, the Flesh Hounds prove themselves as invaluable assets. Their swiftness and lethal prowess make them a formidable force capable of eliminating your opponent’s beloved characters or executing devastating flanking maneuvers. Whether you seek to neutralize enemy sorcery or launch lightning-fast assaults, the Flesh Hounds stand ready to answer the call of battle with unrivaled ferocity. Prepare to witness their relentless pursuit and unleash their unstoppable might upon your foes.
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What’s in the Flesh Hounds box
- x20 plastic components are everything you need to build 5 Flesh Hounds. Each is armed with blood-dark claws and wears a collar of Khorne.
- x5 60mm oval bases
How to paint the Flesh Hounds set
- Step 1: Basecoat the Model
Apply a basecoat to the Flesh Hound model using a suitable brush. For example, you can use a brown color like Rhinox Hide or a red one such as Mephiston Red to cover the main body.
- Step 2: Wash for Depth
Apply a wash or shade to enhance the depth and details of the model. Use a dark brown or red shade, such as Agrax Earthshade or Carroburg Crimson, applying it to recessed areas and allowing it to flow naturally for added dimension.
- Step 3: Highlight the Fur
Use a lighter shade of brown or red to highlight the fur. For example, you can use Dryad Bark or Evil Sunz Scarlet to carefully paint the raised areas of the fur, adding texture and definition.
- Step 4: Paint the Claws and Teeth
Paint the claws and teeth with a bone color, such as Ushabti Bone or Wraithbone, using a fine brush. Apply thin layers to achieve a smooth, natural look.
- Step 5: Detail the Eyes and Tongue
Using a small brush, paint the eyes with a bright color like Moot Green or Bad Moon Yellow. Then, paint the tongues with a contrasting shade, such as Screamer Pink or Cadian Fleshtone, adding a touch of realism to the model.
- Step 6: Add Highlights and Details
Further enhance the model by adding highlights and small details. Use a fine brush to carefully pick out specific areas, such as scars, muscles, or horns, with appropriate colors. For instance, you can use Eshin Grey to highlight scars or Leadbelcher to detail metallic elements.
- Step 7: Base the Model
Prepare the base of the Flesh Hound model to complement the paint scheme. Apply texture paint or flocking material to create a realistic ground effect. You can also add additional elements like rocks or grass tufts for added visual interest.
- Step 8: Varnish for Protection
Protect your finished paintwork with a suitable varnish. Apply a thin, even coat of matte, satin, or gloss varnish to preserve the colors and provide a protective layer.
- Step 9: Final Touches
Add any final touches to your Flesh Hound model, such as weathering effects or blood splatter. Experiment with techniques like drybrushing or stippling to create desired effects, using colors like Ryza Rust or Blood for the Blood God.