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Very nice conversions. I especially like the lord you did one hell of a job.
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the plague hulk looks badass! i may copy the idea for my iron warriors as a d.p!
But i thought the cleaved dont show any skin? Other than that well done!
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Thanks for all the very kind words. Im glad I can help motivate people just as im motivated all the time by the work I see online.
Sadly ive had to sell all of these guys on ebay. Only 10 hours left on the auctions. The obliterators were already sold by it now and shipped. The rest is still up for auction.
Can be found here:
Wow. That is some really impressive skills with the greenstuff you have there. Some real nice nurgle effects you have done. I love the first character, the face is really well done.
Nurgle Obliterators (with pus sacks)
As with all the other nurgle things, they are on ebay but im actually just wanting feedback on my work. I have no worries they wont sell as all the rest sold very nicely.
Possessed Nurgle Marines:
Converted Plague Marines.
Listed on ebay here.
Very cool work. I think that you have captured to look of Nurgle very well with this lot. Reppy for you.
I think the decaying organs look good and the random look of the parts used because it makes them all look very ramshackle which suits Nurgle's children. Two questions, is that Huron Blackheart's body you used on the lord and what is the concept for that Rhino's tracks? Is it meant to have tentacles like a sluggy thing instead? It looks cool.
Often I see that the damage to the armour etc is strongly linked to an effct like exposed organs. I think you could try to include some dents and chips that have no reason to be there aside from common wear and tear. That may help to make them look more like their armour and weapons are decayed. You can try to apply some plastic glue to plastic areas and allow it to melt the plastic for a minute or so. Then dab it off with an old rag. The effect is that is makes the armour look rusty or corroded in that spot. When painted it will add more detail to the model. Hope that helps and I hope your wife gets better.