Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Inquisitorial infiltrator

Finished up this guy rather quickly. First mini of 2017 done!

Didn't manage to replicate that nice grey hue of the shotgun wielding veterans robes (though not for lack of trying) - but apart from that he turned out pretty much as planned. 

I see this guy as an inquisitoral acolyte infiltrating the mercenaries. The question is which master he serves and what his mission is... 




18 comments:

  1. He looks fantastic! The head and the robes are very nice.

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  2. humble, yet masterful. Great guy

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  3. He looks really nice. Wonderful face painting.

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  4. They really do hearken back to some of the good old art, and it's nice to see the old empire kits getting the love they deserve. Well done!

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  5. This bloke has a Sith Acolyte feel to him. Might be the light diodes on his chest armour. Love it.

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  6. Cheers guys!

    Glad you pick up on the classic feel of this figure - it is very much part of the intent for this crew

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  7. They look amazing Jeff, especially that infiltrator. The cult body works really well for him

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    1. Thanks mate. The combination of flagellant legs and cult torso is one of those "simple but effective" combinations. The look would also work quite well for stealer cultists.

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  8. Brilliant. The face looks gaunt and menacing.

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    1. It´s one of my favourite heads. I love the arrogant nobility of it.

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  9. The face is the bomb, love playing spot the bits with your work

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    1. Thanks. Not that many kits involved in this conversion actually. Sternguard head, flagellant robes, genecult torso and arms, and a sword from the empire militia/freeguild guard. Plus a Bretonnian tilt shield and a plasticard shoulderpad.

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  10. II love it!
    I haven't touched a paint brush all year...

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  11. Your ability with a brush is inspirational .

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