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Jonathan Merry 20 January at If the image we are currently discussing is a lesser daemon.
Ninja-for-Hire 21 January at Was your work ever censored in house? To be a follower of Malal is to be chaotic warrior bent upon shedding the blood of other chaotic creatures. As you can see, the model I built is a loose interpretation of the original as it never was my intention or in my ability to recreate a scaled up version. But it almost seems like they are returning to the fun part again.
Cheers, funny how little effort was required to actually finish a model that had sat on the table for a year and jaleb half lonely and untouched I agree the old model, which I still like, is very 2-D and dull. An cancer of chaos if you like. If they won, why not?
I just managed to acquire a Kaleb Daark miniature.
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I was always interested in the concept behind Malal and the aesthetic of his servants. I was quickly set right on the matter and of course Malal did not appear in the final product.
Some lovely detailing here and the steed’s base has come out very well. Goblin Lee 26 August at FourEyedMonster 25 August at I get what you mean and I do think tehre’s a high potential for this.
Anonymous 4 October at Still teh model does what it’s meant to so I’m happy with it! Kaleb Daark’s mutant warsteed is a further gift from his dark master. I have to say I quite like the original model but I guess it’s more for nostalgic reasons than anything else I am very fond of old lead after all That said, if I were to play Kaleb, I’d most probably play the new version unless it’s for a small sized game.
I am glad you found this article interesting Nathan. On a basic level I enjoyed painting kakeb flesh on these old Possessed models like that waaay back in and seeing which of the combos better than others interested me. Very interesting to read all dxark background behind it all! ChicoDaSatanic 20 January at Good job mate, you really can’t beat a big of Malal loving on a wet Monday Morning: I do like the idea that within the infinite possibilities of chaos there is even space for an anti chaos chaos god.
The bonds that tie master and servant ever drain upon the soul of the warrior, and it is a rare man that can loosen those bonds once forged. Looking forward to the next find.
Randroid 20 January at D You’ve done a great job with the new one JB. But hey, its all history.
And yes, GW was more fun kkaleb. No idea I’m sorry but painting wise I will try to clear that mountain of partially finished projects to start afresh and for sanity’s sake. There is a huge amount of interest from fans in the Malal design philosophy. Kaleb himself is pale, a result of the constant strain of his relationship with Malal.
LEADPLAGUE: Kaleb Daark the doomed one, he is back. !
If anyone’s interested, I just found a Kaleb Daark mini for sale on eBay: The work on your Kaleb has rekindled that interest a bit. It’s nice to see stuck projects finished.
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Malal has always been a quaint bit of fluff and Im glad the hobby has people like you to keep the fires of such fiction stoked. Jason Fulford 24 August at Funny isn’t it, it’s nearly a milestone for me! The Will Power score of the now dead creature is divided by three, any remainder is ignored.