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Painting guide

Raise the dead by putting a brush to Nagash’s spooky faction of ghosts and ghouls – and learn how to make the macabre models your own

WARHAMMER: AGE OF SIGMAR – SOUL WARS

NIGHTHAUNT

Following on from last month’s Stormcast Eternals guide, we take a look at their opposite number from the Warhammer: Age of Sigmar – Soul wars starter box, the ethereal Nighthaunt. A collection of macabre, haunting spirits, the Nighthaunt are a brand new faction of undead – and these miniatures do not disappoint.The ingenuity of these sculpts is really quite breathtaking, with the use of negative space maximised to really enforce their ghostly properties; you will only see cloaks and ethereal vapours ‘draped’ around the invisible body. It can be disconcerting at times to be painting a hollow figure, or the relief of a ghastly face in the folds of the cloak. Just like with the Stormcast, each figure feels like it has its own story, a history behind its look. This really brings the figures to life in a satisfying way.

This month we’ll be taking a look at painting the models in the ‘standard’ colour scheme, but also a few alternatives. After all, the Nighthaunt could have any look you wish – and that opportunity for personalisation is one of my favourite aspects of the hobby.

PAINTS & TECHNIQUES

Paints used:

Agrax Earthshade
Baharroth Blue
Balthasar Gold
Baneblade Brown
Ceramite White
Dawnstone
Deepkin Flesh
Drakenhof Nightshade
Druchii Violet
Eshin Grey
Evil Suns Scarlet
Flayed One Flesh
Gauss Blaster Green
Genestealer Purple
Hexwraith Flame
Incubi Darkness
Ionrach Skin
Ironbreaker
Leadbelcher
Liberator Gold
Mechanicus Standard Grey
Mephiston Red
Nighthaunt Gloom
Nikalakh Oxide
Nuln Oil
Pallid Wych Flesh
Reikland Fleshshade
Rhinox Hide
Runefang Steel
Runelord Brass
Skavenblight Dinge
Slaanesh Grey
Sotek Green
Squig Orange
Steel Legion Drab
Sycorax Bronze
Temple Guard Blue
Ulthuan Grey
Warplock Bronze
Xereus Purple

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