Legacy Team Contributions
The idea of a legacy team is that several painters from a community paint one mini each
to form a unique and special team. The models and color scheme is coordinated, but there's
still a lot ways to add personal flavor for a painter to his model. Painting a single model
to a high standard is always fun to me and it's a good chance to try new thinks and advanced
techniques The finished team is usually given to a randomly selected contributor.
Pogo Stick Gobbo for "Talk Blood Bowl" Legacy Team 2003
The first legacy team i contributed to was a Goblin team, the "Greenskinnatti Bungles",
in the Cincinatti Bengals color scheme of black and orange. The team was won by McDeth from
Female Vampire for NAF Legacy Team 2003
This miniature was my contribution to the 2003 NAF Legacy Team, a Vampire Team
painted by different members of the NAF. The vampire miniatures are pre-release
castings donated by Fanatic and i was lucky enough to get one in the random draw
amoungst all contributors. The color scheme was kept to the NAF colors black, white
and red. I went for a gothic look for the female vampire, matching the mini and the
color scheme. This was certainly inspired by my visit to the T5:2 tournament in
Amsterdam some weeks before, where i played a full weekend in a gothic style pub.
For the first time i tried some freehand details with the lacy straps at the pants
and it turned really well. The team is now owned by Melifaxis from the NAF.
Slannesh Chaos Warrior for TBB Legacy Team 2004
Another contribution, this time for the 2004 TBB Legacy team, a Slannesh Chaos team in
classic blue and pink color scheme. I provided an old Chaos Warrior from the GW archives,
to be used either on the pitch or off the pitch as an head or assistant coach. The paint
job was done in a bit of a hurry as i was busy to finish my Norse team for the next tournament,
but i think he still came out pretty well. The team was won by Indigo from TBB.