|The Betrayer, foot and mounted.|
Here's the text I sent in with the images:
These two models are my entry for the villains category. They are foot and mounted versions of GW’s betrayer Nazgul for Lord of the Rings. He’s often the general for my Harad army, when I’m not using Bob the Budget Nazgul. I’ve had these two models sitting, primed, on my desk for two years. Considering it only took a couple of hours for me to paint them up, I’m ashamed of how long they waited.The final picture has a couple of the Harad models included just for context. The blue on the turban is to tie the Nazgul in with the rest of the army. For the armor I went for bronze since it is better at looking old and decayed. There is just a hint of green on the sword. I attempted a green glow in the hood, and failed so utterly that I had to cover all traces of my shame with black paint. It is remarkable how far away my attempt was from what I was trying to do.
|I like how the armor came out on him.|
|The back. Lots of ridges and valleys on that cloak.|
|The mounted version.|
|Both together again.|
|The Nazgul with his minions.|