View Full Version : Malifaux

02-11-2011, 04:40 AM
Been awhile since I posted anything around here. Had a bit of a hobby burn out for a bit, and hoping to rekindle my painting flame.. Started talking to a buddy of mine about Malifaux, and finally got around to getting some. So here's my first Malifaux Crew. Lady Justice.

Lady Justice
Death Warden #1
Death Warden #2
Death Warden #3
The Judge
The Crew

Some of the pics might seem spotty. Thats my flash Im afraid. Though I do have some close ups that are very good if anyone wants to get a better look, just let me know.

02-11-2011, 05:47 AM
Looking solid, Cain!! :grin:
Malifaux is a great game to rekindle the "flame" as it were, methinks. Inspired rules/system that's unlike anything else, and low model count (you only have to paint five models, and you're technically done) which allows one to really get into painting without the "grind" feeling..
If you're looking for inspiration there's Con's thread (http://www.astronomican.com/showthread.php?22652-Stuffity-Stuff), Mine (http://www.astronomican.com/showthread.php?22137-Ork-s-Malifaux), Chris's (http://www.astronomican.com/showthread.php?21992-Chris-s-Malifaux), and Alex's (http://www.astronomican.com/showthread.php?21922-Inquisitor-Alex-s-Malifaux-Gallery)...
Looking forward to more, mate! Loving that blue lighting! :cheers:

05-11-2011, 12:38 AM
Wow, great job on replicating the box art. Have some Rep!
Just need some purple glaze on Death Warden #3 ;)

06-11-2011, 04:08 PM
You think? The purple would do odd things with the yellow and blue dont you think? If anything I thought it needed to be brighter.

06-11-2011, 10:26 PM
You think? The purple would do odd things with the yellow and blue dont you think? If anything I thought it needed to be brighter.

A thin purple glaze would be alright, just concentrate in the crevices.

11-11-2011, 11:45 AM
Very, very nice work there mate and on some quite challenging miniatures as well!

14-11-2011, 04:46 AM
Thanks! Yeah, they were a pain... Already chipped the paint on one of the hats... Need to get more 'Ard Coat.

23-03-2012, 06:29 PM
Finally got some more done. Witchling Stalkers... Very simple color scheme, but lots of highlighting.




24-03-2012, 11:23 AM
Nice work , I think the way you painted the blades is better , looks more evil :devil:

25-03-2012, 02:40 AM
You know, I originally matched the blades almost identical but it just didn't feel right. So I had a wash I made for some Striking Scorpions, made from SS green and very thin, and I think it added just the Witch hunter feel the blades needed.

06-08-2012, 09:45 PM
Big update on my Malifaux today. After several weeks working on 40k models for my army and a display base, getting all ready for the first tournament of 6th(took first place for Painting btw, very proud of that. Competition was strong), Spent the last week pounding out the Malifaux models I had put together on my desk. First up is the remainder of the Criid Crew to go with my Witchling Stalkers.

Sonnia Criid

and Samael Hopkins

06-08-2012, 09:52 PM
Also started a different faction, Outcasts. Specifically Gremlins. Ive got both the Sommer Teef Jones and LaCroix crews. Naturally I had to start with the LaCroix crew. I mean how often do you get to paint a buxsom Gremlin, Right?

Ophelia LaCroix

Raphael LaCroix
Sorry its a bit blurry, couldn't get the focus off the card in the background.

Francois LaCroix

Rami LaCroix

and Pere Ravag'e

Pere was probly the most fun to paint, as he has actual OSL on the cover art. Id never been able to pull off OSL, so the pic really aided in the experience. He turned out really well. I took a closer pic to see what you all think of it.


Well, that's all for now. Will be putting some paint to my first Warmachine army next, but I don't expect that to move very quickly, so till next time.

06-08-2012, 10:20 PM
The OSL is very good, subtle but works well.

06-08-2012, 10:29 PM
First time I have checked out your Mal thread. Excellent throughout. Have some rep. I can see how each model is a special character deserving individual attention from the painter.