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That's a nice drawing, nice use of colored pencils. But what on earth is a Servo Skull? John Blanche is very creative, but I think of him as a springboard artist. A lot of the art adapted from his work into the codex books actually appeals to me a little more, but Blanche is truly great though. Please post more drawings!
Thanks! John Blanch is probably my favorite artist. i love the work he did for the necromunda rulebook and also the artwork he did in the Witch hunters book.
Well a servo skull is a loyal servants skull with a anti gravity motor attached to the base of the skull. they also have a variety of tools attached to them. they are mainly used by inquisitors. they can also be used as psychic conductors for inquisitor's.
im going to post a drawing of a CC terminator i did this morning at some point...
Sometimes the best defense is a good offense... Wait, what?
A servo skull is a skull of somebody who was died (so they may serve the imperium even in death) and are fitted with small anti gravity engines wich allow them to float, they can be classed as familers (see space marine codex) but can be used by techpreists to "repair" things they can carry around hot coals to heat up rooms ETC ETC they are often linked to there owners brains so they can be given orders or relay information back to the user