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Well here is my nurgle sorceror. He is the chaos lord from GD which I've done some small conversions on. The scythe is from the empire wizards box, and the nurglings are made of greenstuff. I also changed the breastplate and added a little knife on the back of his shield and changed the axe in his right hand to a little bottle of potion. HERE (Dead Dude's WIP Thread!) is a link to my WIP. The Idea came to me when I saw a guy's conversion from italian GD. Without further adou, here he is!
C&C always appreciated!
Cheers and thanks for looking
EDIT: fixed the WIP link and scroll down to find the other nurgly guy HERE
I love the idea of the flowers on the scythe, for what is Grandfather Nurgle but the source of all life.
Lovely paint job, well done sir.
The mini really does look awesome. I am by no means the master of freehand but I think that some more definition would not hurt. Either way I think it looks great and I love the flowers.
That guy is cool. The new effects you have added are good, it makes him look very Nurgly. I think he's more interesting done this way and the paint job is very well done. The Nurglings you have made for him are cute too, reppy for good work.
So far the mini is only getting better. I would say keep it up, but then you would just make the rest of us look bad.
I think that those are good improvements. However I have noticed that with the knife you have added the bit at the end of the sheath is the same colour as the rest of the sheath. You should make the bit at the end metal or black instead of red like the rest of the sheath. It would be a different colour, this will help to make the model more detailed.
I've got to agree that the scythe was an epicly good choice. I love the contrast of the flowers with the rest of the model
Where is the little nurgling from? The one in front of his foot on the base. Is a model or some amusing green stuffing? Either way I'm a fan!
Finally, I like the touch of the discarded potion bottle. Its a really nice touch.
Rep for you sir!
Very great job. I am also a fan of the roses on the Scythe.
Love it, so many unique elements to it! Roses, nurgling, plauge knife, I can just imagine that pouch spilling forth diseases onto the wind!