Television is rather a frightening business. But I get all the relaxation I want from my collection of model soldiers.
Peter Cushing

Thursday, 26 October 2017

The Rot Walker

Clanking and hissing, surrounded by the stench of rotting flesh, it stalked out of the dust of the Drift....




This was built out of the legs of the Sentinel I had left over from the Green Baron and a shell we picked up on a family holiday to Scotland a couple of years ago. The face was sculpted as was the innards out of sculpy. The rest was constructed of odds and ends.











The painting was all done with a brush, lots of wet blending for a sufficiently organic finish. 

The rigging was set up in such a way as to suggest that the whole thing is being puppeteered by the Nurgling because who doesn't love Nurglings? 








This is another one I am quite happy with. 


22 comments:

  1. WOW!!! Very inventive and executed. That is something Special!!

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  2. Wow ! I mean what else can you say. Truly awesome and inspired.

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  3. This is simply the best example of a Chaotic beast I've ever met. Bravo!!

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  4. Very creative idea, fantastically executed!

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    1. Thanks Preach. I like to start from nothing and let it evolve do i cant really take any credit for creative ideas.

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  5. Totally twisted & amazing! Well done indeed!

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    1. Thank you. You're making me blush :-)

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    2. Thank you. You're making me blush :-)

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  7. Great looking nurgle creature, really nice and inventive!
    Best Iain

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  8. Great looking nurgle creature, really nice and inventive!
    Best Iain

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