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Iron Hills Goat Riders and Banner

I've been really enjoying painting Iron Hills lately, but I've loved no models more than these awesome Goat Riders from Davale Games

These guys were such a joy to paint! Pretty straightforward- I just used the good ol' slapchop method on the goats and painted the boys up from black base coat.

Next up is the Captain, also from Davale. Loved this sculpt, though he is missing both his shield and his warspear. I opted to leave the shield off, as I have it on my dismount... but I added a spear to the dead orc on his base to remind myself he has it!

Last from the latest batch of Iron Hills is a banner. Quite a fun model to paint!

Looking forward to getting these guys on the table! Keep your eyes peeled for a Battle Report here


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