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I'm really happy with the way she turned out. A lot of people have been suggesting that I make the bust lines smaller, so I tried that when I resculpted this model, and I think it looks a lot better that way. Makes me wish I had started doing it that way sooner. Oh well, live and learn.
It might be kind of hard to tell, but she actually has red eyes. My original plan was to use a Lahimian female vampire head, but I wasn't able to find one I liked, so I moved on and left her without visible fangs.
The idea here is that all Widows have the ability to draw the lifeforce out of their victims to maintain their youth. Normally this is necessary only once every decade or so. A few Widows, however, display a bizarre mutation that allows them to store vast quantities of lifeforce within themselves from hundreds of victims, releasing it in devastating attacks as potent as any contemporary sorcery. This ability keeps them afar and aloof from their fellow Widows, as these mutants have been known to turn on their allies to replenish their reserves. However, their potent battlefield abilities make them a valuable, if dangerous and untrustworthy, asset to a Black Widows Warband.
I just have to say...LOVE THE FLAMES. Extremely well done in capturing fire. I almost always don't like painted fire...BUT THIS ROCKS.
The Great Plague meets The Devourer of The Galaxy. What does that make us?
quick question... are these chaos or imperium? either way I enjoy them... and i must say that I love the use of mephiston for this model
Slaanesh, god of the beer goggles