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So i've been wanting to do this ever since I started playing Daemons.. Essentially, my army always has SkullTaker on a Juggernaught.. So I started to model this
Initially I wanted to cast the original metal figure with Resin.. but after trying a number of mould making techniques which didn't work.. i decided to jump in and butcher the original
So fat its working quite well.. i think i have some more sculpting to do, especially with the greenstuff.. however, this might be put on the back burner while I concentrate on my other larger modelling/paint project.. (see my other thread)
As per usual.. comments appreciated
I think this works overall. The Skulltaker model looks like it would be a pain to get it to fit on anything because of that big cape it has. I think you should finish it off so you can paint it and not leave it to gather dust. Some skulls on chains would help to fill in the gaps as they can be put there to hang out of bits that need filling. I think it is good.
I'd also add some chains or something to act as reigns for his shield hand, mainly so he doesn't look like he's balancing.
Cool really nice conversion, but I think I see some mould lines
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