A few months ago the conversion bug bit me and bit me hard. I had purchased the FW Blood Slaughterer of Khorne on ebay, which comes with several extra bits.
I thought about using them on a Daemon Prince or Helbrute, but I wanted to do something a bit more grande and original.
Also being a fan of the Greater Brass Scorpion of Khorne, where the souls of the damned are literally intertwined within the cables of the machine . . . an idea struck me. Perhaps I could come up with something new.
Hence this beastie was born. I’m not sure what I might could this thing as. Perhaps a Daemon Prince, or a Greater Daemon. Maybe a hellbrute with two close combat weapons. But regardless of which, There’s something vile about the figure I really like. It’s bio-mechanical look, with leering faces poking out from behind the ruined robes that barely cover it’s writhing form . . it’s just the right kind of creepy to me.
For the torso I started with something simple . . like a small ball. Then I used a heat gun to warm up some spare lasher tendrils I had lying around. I wrapped these around the ball, to get a basic ‘torso’ shape. I then sprinkled in some spare crypt horror bits I had in my box to create the overly large leering faces.
Using a combo of grey stuff and plastic cloaks/capes, I created the funerary shrouds that cover the beastie. This was also a great way to conceal the joins for the arms and lower tail section.
When painted up, I imagine giving this thing a sort of etheral quality, like a ghost or spectre, fading from green at the bottom to red at the top. Stay tuned for painted pictures! I think with some interesting base features, this could really be a nice center piece for a Chaos army or a Daemons army.
My name is Caleb and I am the owner and operator of White Metal Games. WMG is a miniature painting studio operating out of Raleigh, NC. We also offer consignment, conversion, and terrain making as services. Check out our site here!
But until then, PUT YOUR MINIS WHERE YOUR MOUTH IS!