Saturday, 10 November 2012

Three Flies For Nurgle! Outstanding Nurglesque miniatures!

The Dog's..? The Badger's..? The Flies eyes?
I get plenty of emails about Old School Citadel and Third Edition and I love to share with readers of this blog the photographs of incredible miniatures that I receive.

But when you receive a Nurgle (most of us owned one but flogged it cheap about 10 years back) Palanquin painted THIS WELL, you really stand up and take notice.

Forget Moriarty, Orlygg, this miniature painter (or leadsmith, to coin a phrase?) has gone above and beyond the call of the Realm of Chaos and gone totally painterly. The result? An astonishing blend of Blanche and Old Master. The culprit? None other than Loris Accaries, a new man on the blogger scene but someone who is certainly going to make a big (if slight putrid) splash!

If Da Vinci had got into Realm of Chaos, the result would probably looked something like this! 

Accaries skill as a painter has brought this twenty-five year old sculpt alive and given in an immediacy that is vibrant and very fresh (for a rotting corpse like daemon...)
And believe it or not, there is loads more to come. So do yourself a favour! Follow the link below and join this blog. I, for one, cannot wait to see what the master of the decayed delivers to us next!



  1. Very, very, very nice painting there. Think I'll go check out his blog in about fifteen seconds or so.

  2. Will be adding him to the follow list.....simply amazing brushwork.

  3. Great finding!
    Looks like I will have to repaint mine palaquin sooner or later...

  4. Thank you so much for sharing my blog !

    Will Nurgle bless you...

    1. Your knowledge of the range of blessings of Nurgle is truly prodigious. Most noteworthy to me is your to take on the verdigris glow of the visor of the champion. Although Tzeentch is my benefactor, your work inspires me to give it a go with Nurgle "for a change!" ;)

  5. Wow, just wow!

    Also, just wanted to let you know I listed you in the Liebster Blog Award blog-a-round thing. There's a post on my own blog about it, in case you have no idea what I'm going on about...