You’ve seen his fell lieutenants, now gaze upon the majesty of Orghotts Daemonspew, Lord of Icehorn Peak. Born half mortal, half Daemon (don’t ask how, it doesn’t bear thinking about), Orghotts’s only wish is to become a fully-fledged Daemon. Grandfather Nurgle, it seems, has other plans.
Orghotts Daemonspew and his Pox Maggoth Whippermaw are made from the same plastic kit as both Bloab Rotspawned and Morbidex Twiceborn. Where his champions wield scythes, Orghotts carries the Rotaxes, a pair of filth-encrusted blades whose merest touch results in a gruesome death.
With only two days until you can get your hands on the Maggoth Lords, we thought it would be useful to show you how to paint them. Duncan Rhodes, Nurgle’s brush-emissary, came up with these three videos, showing you how to paint Orghotts Daemonspew from humble undercoat to glossy, pus-ridden completion.
The first video shows you how to paint Whippermaw’s skin and lashing tongue.
In the second video, Duncan shows you how to paint all the rancid details on Whippermaw, such as his teeth, horns and weeping pustules.
The last video is all about painting Orghotts himself, from putrid flesh to rusted armour.
Don’t forget, there’s also a stage-by-stage painting guide for Orghotts Daemonspew in this week’s issue of White Dwarf. We’ll also be including painting guides for Morbidex and Bloab in the next issue of Warhammer: Visions, which goes on pre-order on Saturday. Don’t tell anyone I told you, though…
The twin-tailed comet blazes in the sky. A sign of hope, or a portent of despair, the augurs cannot say.