Amidst a putrid atmosphere, the Foul Blightspawn emanates a revolting stench, his corrupt presence thickening the air. With a rusted handle, he operates his malignant churn, while the incubatum on his back churns with wheezing bellows and swirling plague slop. Some enemies are left bewildered by this grotesque spectacle, while others foolishly direct their futile attacks towards the Blightspawn, their shots bouncing off his resilient armor or harmlessly passing through his decayed flesh. However, the truly wise choose to flee for their lives.
This multipart plastic kit provides all the necessary components to assemble a formidable Foul Blightspawn. Mounted on his back is a malevolent tank known as the incubatum, brimming with repugnant and noxious diseases that he sprays indiscriminately, accompanied by a sinister cheerfulness. In his left hand, his plague sprayer drips the vile concoction without regard for where it lands. A glimpse through a crack in his armor reveals the ghastly extent of his bodily modifications, with gears and pistons forcibly embedded in his guts, acting as a malignant churn. Adorned with symbols of Nurgle, skulls, and rust, his armor displays the unmistakable marks of decay. For an additional touch, you can even add an optional Nurgling clutching a blight grenade to the base, further emphasizing the grotesque nature of this miniature.
What’s in the Foul Blightspawn box
- x8 plastic components that make the Foul Blightspawn. There is also an optional Nurgling clutching a blight grenade you can add to the base.
- x1 Citadel 40mm Round base
How to paint the Foul Blightspawn set
- Step 1: Basecoat the miniature using a light brown color, such as Baneblade Brown, to establish a foundation for the decayed flesh and armor.
- Step 2: Paint the armor plates with a dark green shade, like Caliban Green, creating a worn and rusted appearance. Highlight the edges with a lighter green, such as Warpstone Glow, to add depth.
- Step 3: Apply a wash of brown, such as Agrax Earthshade, to the armor to enhance the weathered look and emphasize the crevices and recesses.
- Step 4: Paint the exposed flesh with a sickly yellow-green, like Death Guard Green, ensuring a consistent coverage. Shade the recesses with a wash of green, such as Coelia Greenshade, for a rotten effect.
- Step 5: Highlight the raised areas of the flesh with a lighter yellow-green, such as Moot Green, to create contrast and bring out the details.
- Step 6: Use a dark brown shade, like Nuln Oil, to wash the tubing and pipes on the miniature, accentuating the grimy and decayed appearance.
- Step 7: Paint the tank on the Foul Blightspawn’s back using a combination of metallic colors, such as Leadbelcher for the base and Brass Scorpion for the pipes and machinery. Apply a wash of brown, like Agrax Earthshade, to add depth and weathering.
- Step 8: Detail the tank by picking out small elements with additional metallic colors, such as Runelord Brass for rivets or Retributor Armor for highlights.
- Step 9: Paint the plague sprayer and other details, such as the blight grenade, in a contrasting color, like Mephiston Red, to create visual interest and draw attention to these areas.
- Step 10: Apply a varnish to protect the paint job and give the miniature a cohesive look.