Here is my Beasts of Chaos army. This army was put together on a shoestring budget and as such is rife with fixes, repairs, conversions and suchlike.
Of all my armies this is one of the ones I'm most proud of - I like the overall look and feel of them on the tabletop and whilst only painted to a "Tabletop Standard" I think they look the business, if I do say so myself.
Beasts players will no doubt spot that the army is built to the old "Beasts of Chaos" army standard rather than the newer "Beastmen" standard - this is intentional: I don't like the new Beastmen book: It would require me to rebase my Ungors, dispose of my Ogres and Giant and also gets rid of one of the unique features of the old book: The concept of Beast Herds comprised of mixtures of Gors and Ungors.
Basically, it makes the Beasts "boring". Don't want that!
|The Beasts Heroes - two very old Citadel Minotaur models (roughly the same size as a Gor). I thnk these are old AD&D models from the late 1980s.|
|A Beast Herd|
|Another Beast Herd, with Herdstone. I actually have three Herds, but only two are shown here. |
When you've seen one Herd, you've seen them all!
|Bestigors - Citadel's first go at plastic Beastmen from about 1992.|
|Centigors. I don't like the Citadel centigor models, so I made my own.|
|Chariots. Pretty much as supplied, but I swapped bits between the kits so that they looked different from each other.|
|Minotaurs. The model on the left is from the old "Heroquest" set.|