Tuesday, 20 November 2018

Ulthwe Warlock

2nd Warlock finished, just a little eye design to finish off. 🙂
Added a shot of both of them together, introducing Jinx and Smite, the newest members of the Ulthwe family. 😁

Think I'll do my Autarch next...

Black armour is-
Highlight incubi darkness
Highlight thunderhawk blue
Highlight Russ grey
Highlight fenrisian grey
Highlight blue horror

Yellow is-
White undercoat
Yriel yellow
Wash averland sunset and scrag brown mix
Wash scrag brown
Highlight flash gitz yellow
Highlight dorn yellow

Blade is-
Sotek green
Shade sotek + black
Highlight temple guard blue
Highlight baharroth blue
Highlight blue horror
Highlight white.

Bases are
Wilko light weight poly filler mix with water
Wash zamesi desert
Wash scrag brown
Wash doombull
Drybush tau light ochre
Dry brush zamesi desert
Dry brush ushabti bone
Mournfang brown edges

Cheers all!


  1. I'm still a bit devo you didn't go Goblin Green bases, but this is fantastic. Great great stuff.

  2. Thanks for the detailed list of paints used. Awesome and inspiring paint job. I think I'm going to go traditional yellow and black for my Ulthwe after seeing this.

    One question though, are the robes really just black, thunderhawk and Russ grey? There must be a million super thin layers and highlights there!

    1. For characters it's incubi darkness, Russ grey, fenrisian grey, blue horror

  3. Beautifully done Daz...
    The free hand is stunning.

    All the best. Aly

  4. This is awesome !

    After all these years I've been following your work (via White Dwarf), you are still inspiring me !

    Thank you for sharing your work and tips freely

  5. I've been following you on Twitter now I subscribed to the RSS feed and added it to my aggregator at http://news.muschamp.ca

  6. Very interesting and beautiful. It's amazing to say that these figurines are over 25 years old! Jes already had a very modern vision for the Eldars range. With a beautiful painting, these miniatures have not aged. It's timeless. I will paint this series of models very soon, and your work is very inspiring. Thank you for your tutorial.