Deathripper, Cryx Bonejack

Deathripper, Cryx Bonejack

from Privateer Press
Deathripper, Cryx Bonejack
Deathripper, Cryx Bonejack
Deathripper, Cryx Bonejack
Deathripper, Cryx Bonejack

I've had these guys for a long time, they came with the first batch of Warmachine minis I got. Put them off for so long because I'm not a huge fan of the material.
The quality and detail were pretty good. However, the material is a very hard plastic, harder even than Mantic Games' minis, which is saying something. It was not easy to work with at all.


Kind of a paint. The head parts were a little awkward.
Thanksfully these didn't have too many pieces, like other Privateer Press minis, but I still feel like they require more time than is necessary on to assemble and clean them.
Mould lines were not easy to remove.


Primed with Badger Stynlrez primer, brushed on.
Miniature painted purley in oils. Mostly Winsor & Newton Winton line, with Gamblin silver as a "metal medium" for all the metal parts.
Took a couple hours to paint the oils, then left for a few days to dry.
Wanted to try for both a green and blue engine core, with the appropriate reflections on the metal.
Sealed with some matt varnish from Reaper Miniatures.


Kept it simple with just some sculpy with a Green Stuff World texture roller.