Paint job: Daemon Prince of Tzeentch

– Mortal fools! Bow down before the might of the XVth Legion and the master of all Fate, ominous Tzeentch.

Long before the strings of Fate had been laid out, drawing reality to this junction of time, Thonarash of the Thousand Sons controlled unthinkable power. Driven by a thirst for knowledge and more power, Thonarash devoted himself to Tzeentch. The devotion payed off and he was blessed by Tzeentch with immortality. As insurmountable power flooded through his body, releasing him from the shackles of time, he ascended. He became a Lord of Lords, a King of Kings. But he was not free, those frail illusions were left behind. Reborn as a Daemon Prince of Tzeentch, he had chosen to serve once more. Servitude was the price he paid.

Thonarash the Netherking

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And he’s done! I’m really happy with this conversion. Oozing with the arrogance of daemonic might, to me he is everything I want from a Daemon Prince of Tzeentch.

It’ll be a great centrepiece model for my Thousand Sons. Oh, that also means that I can have this be my January hobby challenge too.

Pictures!

I’ve experimented a bit on this model, doing some free hand runes on his legs, blending on the horns and some OSL on different places. Like on his right hand and arm.

One last picture just for size.

Please drop a comment and let me know what you think.

Stay dusty!

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21 thoughts on “Paint job: Daemon Prince of Tzeentch

    1. Cheers! I’m glad you like him.

      The model surprisingly sturdy. The Prince is pinned to the base and the Warp flames aren’t glued to the base but sit in a big pile of Green Stuff. I’ve already put the model through the obligatory Thomas-you-are-clumsy-as-fuck-test dropping to the floor with out it breaking. I hope it will hold.

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      1. I have quite a few Rubric Marines and Scarab Occult Terminators left to paint but they are so laborious that I keep putting them off. They are many thing but not a labour of joy.

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