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Here's my first ever attempt at sculpting. I wanted to make some Inquistor-scale models of some old characters I've written about in the past, but I was disappointed to find that they no longer sell the alien bounty hunter. So I made my own.
He's not actually supposed to be either an ork or a predator, although there's a certain amount of influence from both, and he needs a couple of grey washes to tone down the green. The body is clay over wire with GS details: the arms are heavily-chopped tyranid bits, the skulls and blades are GW, the base is plasticard and the spear-pole is a bit of plastic tubing. He is supposed to be smiling. He enjoys his work.
Pose is good,
dont like the gloss finish on the black
Scale is good with the possible exception of waiste and head, although difficult to be sure with an alien
Everything you have been told is a lie!
He is meant to be scrawny, with a very narrow waist. The boots were done gloss, the rest of the shiny black stuff is the result of my dodgy camera.
He looks good mate.
Have you re-painted the skin? It looks grey-er than last time you posted it.
The only thing I'm not so keen on is the extreme thinness of the waist, but as Chere said, he is an alien :yes:
I think I'd prefer him on a round base as well, but that is just personal preference
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Last updated 09/01/11
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