The wrack kit is just amazing. Here's the second haemonculus I've put together using the multitude of bitz it offers. I've also cobbled together a nomal wrack (well, normal for wracks...) just to test the kit - I'll put that up when it's finished.
For now here's haemonculii number two on the operating table.
Cool. That clawed hand looks vicious!ReplyDelete
Inspiring to see a brand new kit put into good use like this.
Yeah - there's lots of vicious tools and weapons like this on the box. Real fiddly too - sone are so thin they'll break just looking at them. This kit is really pushing the boundaries on how fine details can get...
Very nice result, it does look a great kit for bits and possibilities.ReplyDelete
Have to agree that clawed hand is lovely.
Thanks! And yeah - it is a great kit.Delete
Awesome, and I agree the kit looks great - can't wait to get my hands on one.ReplyDelete
You do that - it´s really a must have for converters.Delete
I really need that kit, it looks so very useful. Nice use of the dark elf head.ReplyDelete
Thanks mate! Been looking for a way to use those awesome witch elf masks.Delete
They are cool. I've been using them as masks for my ad mech hybrids.Delete
I really like this conversion a lot more than the previous one. I think it's partly due to having more personality since you see the face better and that the other base model has been used a whole lot more. This is simply put a more interesting model from my standpoint.ReplyDelete
Though I'm not taking anything away from the other one, it's great.
I think the pose on this one is a bit stiff, but apart from that I sorta agree with you - this one has something about him...Delete
It looks very nice. Maybe you could fit one more arm or something on the left side.ReplyDelete
Yep - that's the idea! Four arms are a minimum for haemonculii... :-)Delete
Very menacing - a great model Vader :)ReplyDelete