Oops, wrong photo. Although at times this pair does qualify as hell hounds, especially if a squirrel farts anywhere in the forest outside the house.
Like Hastur, these models are repaints for Monster May(hem). I've owned them since 2019 and this year's challenge is the perfect excuse to finally get them finished.
Here they are, fresh out of storage. I'd got as far as priming them black and painting one red, and just stopped. I'm not sure why. I repainted them both Khorne Red and started layering.
As with the Queen of Hell, it was a case of just slapping on thin coat after thin coat of Mephiston Red, Vermilion and Wild Rider Red to give the impression of red-hot flesh. I used thinned Khorne Red to line in the shading between their muscles.
Their fur, horns and claws are Black. The fur was drybrushed with Khorne Red and the bony bits got a couple of layers of Dark Sea Blue. Their teeth, which aren't too well defined as these are Bones models, were touched up with White and a dot of Yriel Yellow.
Man, these oval bases are really coming in handy. I broke up some more cork tile to make the rocks, glued them on and painted them with black and grey craft paint. The actual bases were again done like the Queen's: just more layering of reds, orange and yellow, a touch of white, and two coats of Casandora Yellow wash.
More monsters to come once the primer's dry and I've done the laundry!