I’ve been deep into the plastic crack this weekend. First I started with making more berzerkers. I now got 16. Love these models and the fit very well for berzerkers! Secondly I made a chaos lord on a juggernaut followed by 5 blood letters on juggernauts. Nothing to say specifically about it. Cut, filed, glued, repeat. Last I started on some more cultists. I needed some heavy weapons so I tried to fit the flamer to a blood reader. Easy! Not… But it looks nice now.
Too early morning but an opportunity to build some more mutants. One just a simple mutated space marine and the the other on his way to daemonhood!
A date with mr Huggert is sometimes an expensive date. Or inspiring to put it that way. Anyway after going to the local GW store without 150 € but with more plastic crack we went home to convert some possessed. Truly funny project. Here’s the first 6!
I think I’m finished with this conversion now. I’ve added some armour plates and jaws around the head. I concealed the Grey knight signs on the cannon with some plastic strips. Maybe I’ll add some cables connecting the cannon with the armour. Here’s some pics! Cheers!
I’ve started converting another helbrute from some aos daemon. Had some parts over from a Grey knight walker something. I don’t know what to do with the head but I think I’ll come up with something! The berzerkers and some champions are ready for painting now. Really like them!
I hade some khorne warriors from the aos start set lying around being unused. Awesome models but I’m not really an aos fan. I think this conversion actually worked out really well. But I’m not to into 40k, maybe they look like riders without steeds in fantasy?! I assembled some obliterators I’ve got from Mr Huggert as well, changing the heads to blend in with the rest of the army.
I’ve been working on the CSM and cultists. I think the colour scheme works when it comes to speed and doesn’t look too messy. Anyway, here’s some vip pics of different stages of blood for the blood God!