Escher Necromunda Gallery


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: April 20, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
The gang leader here with the grenades, sword, and bolter(ish) type weapon. I wanted to do something intersting on her, as she would have been the wealthiest of the group, so I went with the snake on the sword sheath. Kinda cheesy, but Mad Max was an 80s thing for me, and since these Mad Max-ish figs are all about the 80s, I went with another image that was big for me in the 80s: snakes! I wish I would have done some stripes or something instead, but eh.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: April 20, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
Another shotgun, SMG armed fig. I wanted to do something a bit different with the weapons and so I added the wooden grips. I attempted to make it look like the red stained AK-47 wood (when it is new), and I am pretty happy with it. I definitely breaks up the black monotony of the weapons. I also learned that those SMGs are in fact pistols in the Ncromunda world... Kinda cooky really; they will be SMGs in my near future games!


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: April 20, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
These figs are some of the nicest figs I have seen to date I think... The pose of this one is excellent, very characterful and yet believable. I also like the lasgun, as it looks like a very convincing near-future rifle. Again with this one I added the wooden grip and I am happy with it.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: April 20, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
This concept is so completely stolen from Mad Max it is hard to handle! Pistol and ball and chain weapons are classic post-apocalypse type deals. The pose is a reflection of the old style of miniatures design though, unfortuntely. But in this case it is believable though, as she looks like she is scowling across a line at someone she is about to bring the paint down on!


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
The entire gang ready to shoot it out with a local cop. It's always trouble when as a cop you don't have the ability to enforce your authority! And I think this cop is going to have to relinquish control of this particular highway :)


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
I think next time I will put more colours on the gear, as there is an aweful lo of black around her mid section there, with the gloves and the rifle. This woman has had a rough time, but still managed to take care of her glossy black hair! I really like the facial expressions on these figs, and was happy with the character I was able to build into it.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
Overall these figs are wonderfully sculpted. So much character was put into each fig with such finesse. I was very happy with the head/hair/face. Perhaps more colour on the gloves, but otherwise I am very happy with here. With this fig, I imagine that she grew up in the suburbs, planning to go to prom with her sweet heart, until the crisis hit. She's been out in the wastes for some time though, although you can still get a peek at her past on her face when she lets her guard down sometimes.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
Another great fig, this whole line of Escher figs is excellent. Her I imagine being too young to remember the times before the crisis. That being said, she was sheltered for most of her life, until the scavengers found her little community and ravaged it. Now she mostly cries whenever she thinks about it, but that sadness is turning into anger and hatred, and the desire for revenge... Her father, now a slave for the scavengers, frets for her always, and hates himself for not being able to protect her and sheild her from the harshness of the post-crisis world...


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
Another very characterful figure. I managed to (by some fluke) put a lot of character in her eyes, giving her wisdom of age and experience. She's been around for a while, and nobody knows her background, except that she doesn't take sh*t from anyone! She's also an anarchist, as she realized that it was the worlds governments and corporations that lead to the crisis in the first place!


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
The look of youth is deceiving on her. She's been around for some time, but she takes care of herself. She also really likes the pistol, having earned the right to have it more than a few times!


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
She's another anarchist, and the only blond. I did her hair very lightly, as I figure that living out on the wastes would sun bleach your hair pretty fast. I am very happy with the way the hair turned out, as well as the character of the face. Overall, I'm very happy with this one.


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 31, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
Another great fig. I have a couple of these (the one previous), so I tried to make the colour schemes quite a bit different. So, darker skin, different hair colour, and clothes of course. She could use a little more green I think, but other than that, I'm happy with her!


Miniature Figure painted by Neldoreth - An Hour of Wolves & Shattered Shields

Posted: March 9, 2009  -  Manufacturer: Games Workshop
When I looked at these figs, I decided they were much more Mad Max gasoline warriors than cyber-punk Undercity types. So, I painted this accordingly. Out in the sun all day, fighting for that last drop of juice for her vehicle, she's a mean one :)