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I like 'em, though part of me is like "Ooo...what if it had a servo scorpion claw tail spike thingy!" but I suspect that might be a bit....much.
What did you use for the main body?
"Speed is life! You go slow, you die!"
-Sgt. Unther, Mechwarrior 2: Mercenaries
Looks pretty cool! I'm not too sure about the skull on the wire thing, what is that?
That thing is cool looking. I like the way he looks like a robot-baddie. The tubes and weapons are very good at making him look like a mechanical evil-doer. Are the bits and pieces on him supposed to reperesent the psychic powers he has in some way, as normally psychic powers aren't shown. Also what does MoT mean?
Nice use of what I'm assuming is Sauron the Necromancer's body. Very nice. Me likey
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Looks great Dan, awesome conversion.
swarbieofthehivemind you are correct, the basis of the model was sauron the necromancer. I cut off the head and arms with a dremel, then went crazy with tubes and wires.
The servo skull isnt from the devestator sprue, it is a jawless skeleton warrior head with a bionic eye from the space marine vehicle sprue and senses made from auspex aerials. Ive seen some auspexs attached to people recently (see the front of the new guard codex and dark heresy 'heretek' for sources) so I thought id give it a go with brass picture wire and some tin plated copper I have.
MoT is mark of Tzeentch, the flamer represents wind of chaos, the extra claws and such show for the warp time in close combat, drawing opponents onto his breacher drill and the extra eyes and sense again represent warptime for shooting, allowing him to better target enemies.
I like the idea that instead of his powers not being actual psychic powers, they are instead unstable (to a degree) experimental weaponary, that he is testing on the field of battle.