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Veteran Sister Superior
Seraphim Veteran Superior
Here are a couple half-finished Witch Hunter conversions I've been making and thought I could use some C&C on
SoB Sister Superior. I used legs and right sleeve of a HB Retributor, Seraphim body, Canoness eviscerator arm and mace from one of the female Inquisitors.
Seraphim Veteran Sister Superior. Most parts came from the left-overs of the other VSS conversion, except for the Iron Hands bionic left forearm and the plastic Plasma Pistols.
I want to modify her left leg to look bionic as well.
the green areas I intend to remove and replace with visible bionic parts. I'm not sure, however, how to do that with the upper leg... would a Dremel-type rotary tool be suitable for this purpose?
Tech Priest... er, Priestess. What do you think of the short Power Axe? Should I lengthen the pole of the weapon? Oh, and the forearms are from Eldar Guardians.
NOTE: The thumbnail links to a full-size picture.
While I'm sure to use an Enginseer servo-arm on the model, I'm uncertain whether to combine it with an Enginseer backpack or a Canoness one. Either backpack would have to undergo some modifications in order to fit onto the model.
Bolters for the Tech Priestess. Left to right: 2nd ed Bolter with belt feed from a 3rd ed Chaos one, 2nd ed Bolter, 3rd ed Chaos Bolter. Which one would work best? If I go with a 2nd editon one, should I keep the stock or remove it?
Inquisitor Amelia Stramm. I'm not sure how the sword and "lightning" arms should be posed.
Body on the model is from a Witch Hunter ][, head came from a Seraphim, the right arm and left forearm are from Canoness, left hand is Eldar Guardian and the "lightning" was made from a piece from the Wood Elf Dryad sprue (it's supposed to represent Scourging psyker power).
All comments and critique greatly appreciated.
Last edited by The Fifth Horseman; October 31st, 2006 at 15:10. Reason: Drath! The width!
I like the lightning bolt. Very fluffy and creative.
Looking at the pose of your inquisitor reminded me of a conversion i did years ago for a dark elf witch... If the inquisitor was 'radical' i can quite easily invision her with a pair of wings, levitating off the ground casting lightning but thats just me... As for the pose of the arms i would have the sword pointing up and away like you have in the second picture... Its looks a lot more dynamic. Also if you had time and the models you could almost put in a familiar carrying a book or something similiar...
As for the bolters if it was up to me i would probably go with the last bolter and file down any chaotic symbols and see if i could find any imperial symbols and maybe slap a targeter on the top for looks. Also if you wanted a master crafted looking bolter or similair in the space marine command sqaud box there is a bolter or two that have etched detail along the length of the gun which could help make the model look "classier"... :shifty:
As for you enginseer model in work i would probably use the enginseer backpack, clip of the flashlight and replace it with an exhaust vent or similair... As for the moment your doing really well and the models look good... :w00t:
Anyways enough from me...
From across the table
White Ninja Warlord :ninja:
~The Means Will Always Justify The Ends~
"Anything in Inquisitor is plausible, just mathematically improbable"
1. Don't keep the stock.
2. The second pose.
-The God of all Machines
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
That lightning bolt happens to be a visual representation of Scourging. But no, while she's far from a Puritan, she isn't much of a Radical.
Sister Superior: I like the mace. Nice posing, etc. Right arm looks long...?
Seraphim Superior: Yeah! Dual plasma! I think a dremel tool would work if it was small enough.
Tech Priestess: Second Ed bolter only if you intend to keep the stock somehow, otherwise it is kind of a waste of an interesting part. Nice concept. I'd use the Techpriest pack, just for consistency.
Inquisitor: I like the first pose best- has a drama to it.
The use of the Dryad piece is very insightful and creative.
Although, in my opinion, it looks too bulky to truly be 'lightning.' Try bending small gauge wire (a sturdy paper clip would be about the right size) into a lightning bolt shape, possibly do two of them twirling around each other, like the Dryad part. The use some tiny gauge (floral wire) and wrap it around the hand and the lightning bolts to represent the 'static' part of the lightning. This method would allow more play with how the lightning is shaped.
Otherwise, you might want to adopt an 'energy whip' idea for the power. Scourging refers to whipping something, usually with a multi-headed whip, like a cat-o-ninetails. This can be done easily with paperclip wire frames for support and GS molded on top.
Just some ideas for you. Hope that helps.
I've put in some more wrok on these - almost done with the bionic leg on the Seraphim, fixed up that overtly long right arm on the regular VSS and also did some work on the Inquisitrix.
I removed that pathethic GS cast from the chest and began more proper remodelling process (I want her armor to look a bit more like that of Sororitas, to indicate she used to be one).
Pics coming tomorrow!
Last edited by The Fifth Horseman; October 30th, 2006 at 15:49.