Bessrons smal steps to a Chaos Dwarf Army

Hello everyone,

I ended up here because of an invitation and I gladly accepted it.

I have to admit that English is neither my mother tongue nor that I speak or write it particularly well. So please feel free to improve me, I would like to learn it on the side.

I love the old Warhammer Fantasy and at some point I got it into my head to build an army that not everywhere can be found.

Furthermore, I have to admit that the good old Chaos dwarfs from GW have a certain charm, but are not exactly what I imagined. And yes, the daughter of the top dog is a bit … expensive.

When Lost Kingdom Miniatures started an Indigogo campaign a few years ago with their version of Chaos Dwarfs they exactly met my taste. I participated with a rather big pledge. The campaign went well, the miniatures arrived promptly and then I put them storage…

I think it took me almost four years to remove the dust and slowly start to paint the poor guys. By sharing my progress in painting I hope to keep my motivation up to finish the army. It is not about the perfect and tournament-optimized army, but a nice themed army with as many selections of Chaos dwarves as available.

Please send me your thoughts, suggestions and constructive criticism. So here are my first painted of these dwarfs.

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And now, the latest Models on my painting tablet. They are still wip




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Welcome to cdo!
Lovely blue colour scheme on your warriors. They look great!
Keep up the good work

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Welcome aboard!
What a cool scheme for these guys, straight away makes me think Sons of Horus which is my fav chapter scheme and I’m always looking for a way to get it on things. It suits the Lost Kingdom lads perfectly

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Welcome man! I saw your blue bull centaur on Instagram!
Glad you joined the crew! This blue firts them very well, wouldn’t have guessed!!

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Welcome to the forum. Beautifully painted models, looking forward to seeing more.

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Welcome! You’ll find many LK miniature fans here as well as lovers of the old big hat range. Truly outstanding work! Such a striking colour scheme. The details too! Look at their eyes! Amazing - well done

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I’ve seen it on Instagram, Amazing clor scheme, very unique and original yet effective.

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Glad you decided to join us and share them here! Beautiful army!

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Thank you for your kind words.

I am very happy that you like my color scheme. It was once an attempt, because I actually prefer green and brown tones, or muted colors.

Seen in this way, it is a complete success and I will often use gaudy colors

right now, I’m sitting at the Earthshaker cannon, the base is being printed by the 3d-printer …

The color scheme is quite easy to do, I paint on the black primer Turquoise (Vallejo), I then lighten it with Elemental Bolt (ArmyPainter) and then paint the second layer.

a layer of pure Elemental Bolt, then I lighten it with an off-white and just dab the well-thinned on, or use it to make the few edge accents.

I always work according to what I think and less according to fixed rules, I also measure a little more Turkies from time to time or know something about it

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So, today’s work, now it goes to the base




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I like your unique colour scheme, it’s great both in concept and execution. The Earthshaker is my favourite so far, especially the freehand work on the banner!

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Hello Alexander!
It’s nice that you’ve left TTW and come here to what I think is the best forum in the world. :wink: It is always a feast for the eyes to see your models. :beer: I am looking forward to many more great painted miniatures, especially the models of Lost Kingdom Miniatures, which are clearly underrepresented here! :cd1980:

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Thank you Zanko and as well Antenor

I’m incredibly happy about the invitation and how my minis are accepted.

I will continue to write in the TTW, but I think I’ll have a lot of fun here and receive a lot of motivation so it could be a new home .

On the subject of motivation, I just got more supplies. A good friend left them to me

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Blessed is he who has such friends! :beer: Could be because none of my boys play table top / collect miniatures … :thinking:

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you are in a sad situation :pensive:,

And yes, I´m blessed in this case. :beer:

I got them really cheap. The only requirement is that I don’t turn them into money. I can swap double minis, nothing more. He is a very good friend.

Really noneof your friends play wargames?

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Unfortunately none! But I don’t want to complain, because I have a solid role-playing group again (even if Corona has slowed us down a bit) and together we always play really cool board games. Only as far as TT and the miniatures are concerned, I’m on my own. However, I have already played SAGA-Age of Magic several times with the young Padavan (my son), so hopefully I can motivate him to play again during my upcoming vacation! :smiley:

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Hello everyone,

I hope nobody cares if I put more Wip pictures in
here.

Your words have motivated me extremely and as long as the 3D printer prints the large base for the Earthshaker, I continued to paint the two boys


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