I want to really make this army a showpiece and as I have never painted an undead army before a bit of an adventure for myself. I decided to use the turquoise type of colour to contrast against the skeletons and unify the force.
I have a bunch more skeletons to do over the coming weeks and I may even concentrate on these guys to get as much down as I can during the challenge.
All up there are five chariots, ten horses and ten skeletons so I scored them as a vehicle with a bit extra to represent the extra details giving me 100 points (open to discretion of Minion).
Ah, one of the Thursday stalwarts in with yet another brilliant submission. Variety is the spice of life, so they say, so I'm looking forward to the ruleset that will allow undead charioteers to fight Chinese Gangsters whilst both are attacked by Aussie commandoes! I dare any of you to say you wouldn't buy that ruleset ;)
Anyway, I think the turquoise works terrifically with the gold and bone colours and I think the enemy will be terrified with these rattling towards them.... I know I would be! It is a shame GW "squatted" the army as the figures were brilliant, but well done Mantic for picking them up for their ruleset.
Scoring chariots is new to me, so I've checked with Head Office and have been given the liberty to wield my abacus and decide upon 25 points each as a mix between two cavalry plus 5 for the chariot and scoring it as a 28mm vehicle with a couple of crew - so 125 points in total, well done Anthony!