WIP: Inq28 – Sort Of

Good day all,

The next painted model for the warband will be up next weekend, along with his short story. He’s basically done but I need to give him a bit more work. Until then, I thought I would post a few models that I finished converting a little while back. I’ve altered the way I post WIP pictures. I think the shots I took of the models on the project box looked a bit naff, any thoughts on this are welcome (although I know it’s not the most thrilling of subject matters).

The squad leader of the =][= Alpha Legion Scions.

  
   

Which traitor colour scheme will he have?

  
 

Drummond, head of the household guard for a small Navis Nobilite House.

  
  

I normally stick to GW components however the legs are from Victoria Miniatures, an excellent Australia based company.

  

I sidelined my true-scale Deathwatch project some time ago but here’s the Dark Angel from the squad.

  

Here’s a scale comparison shot of the marine, it’s a lot darker than I intended as the marine is undercoated.

 
Right, well that’s it for now. I hope you’ve enjoyed the post and had a great weekend.

Cheers all, have an ace one.

Ed

12 thoughts on “WIP: Inq28 – Sort Of

    1. Cheers bud. I’m pleased with how they came out, I’m hoping the Alpha Legion colours will work for him.
      The undercoat on the DA goes a long way to hiding some dubious green stuffing 😛 I’ll try to get some better shots of him once he’s had a splash of paint.
      Hope you have an ace day, cheers again.

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      1. Hmm… I’d say either filthy porcelain (blood, grime) armour and brown leather cloth, for a religious styling, or aged brass and black oil-proof clothing for a more toughened utilitarian look. Either way, I think it might be an improvement to remove the trimming on his thigh plates to match the shoulders 🙂

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      2. Good stuff, I like the sound of those colour schemes. It’s going to be a tough call with which one to go with. Also, I completely agree about the trim. Something about the model had been bothering me, but I hadn’t figured out what it was. So, I’m glad you clocked what was off! Cheers bud.

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