I love this old Inquisitor model - or is it a Chaos Champion? Honestly, I'm not sure, but I've kept this model for decades waiting to use him... then I screwed him up. I tried to give him height by modifying his legs and feet.
Since I'm not good at it, I totally screwed him up. I've been trying to figure out how to fix him. My worst attempt included a greenstuff cape... I shudder to think of it.
Anyway, I had an idea: instead of a fix beyond my limited skills, why not disguise the problem area?
Obviously, I added a bunch of skeletons, trying to create a thematic base, then just as obviously used arms to match the rest of the Brotherhood Terminators.
I'm pretty happy with the results. At this point, I've already started paint job. I'm keeping the Skeletons simple so they don't overwhelm the figure; it's a key element, but they take up a sizable amount of space.
Anyway, the Brotherhood proceeds on! I've already topped 2K models, but I haven't decided on the final build yet. It's a challenge - it's got to be able to hold its own against The Ruiner of Fun, Evil Homer's McDeldar and the Mighty Mighty Carlos' Descent of Decency Blood Angels.
Plus the other guys, all of whom are coordinating pretty great lists. I think it's safe to say, the local scene hasn't been this challenging for a long time.
It's pretty great, really.
I've been a bit under the weather this week, but I did get some painting done. I finished up this Grey Knight Librarian for the Tim Tha...
One of the character models from a commission I'm working on for the Little Tim That Could Can.
"If there is one thing we here at Privateer Press pride ourselves on, it's listening to our audience. You guys and gals have been d...
The title says it all; this is the first commission work I've taken on that involved painting a complete army. It's fair to say it ...