Myles has been cranking out the Roboute Guilliman commissions as of late. Come see one of the most regal looking primarchs yet!
Via ‘Lil Legend Studios
He is handsome, in a plain way. He is handsome the way a regent on an old coin is handsome, like a good sword is handsome. He is not handsome like a ritual weapon, the way Fulgrim is. He is not angelic, like Sanguinius…
There is a dutiful line to his jaw, like his good brother Dorn. They share a nobility. There is the great strength of Ferrus and the vitality of Mortarion. There is, sometimes, the rogue glint of the Khan in his eyes, or the solemnity of the Lion. In the architecture of his nose and brow there is, many claim, the energy and triumph of Horus Lupercal. There is none of the bitterness that shadows Corax, or the persecuted despair that haunts poor Konrad.
There is never any of the deliberate mystery that obscures Alpharius or Magnus and he is more open than that buried soul Vulkan… He never displays the pitch of fury found in Angron, nor do his eyes ever ignite with the psychotic gleam of Russ…
He is a high achiever. He knows this about himself. Sometimes it feels like a fault that he has to excuse to his brothers, but then he feels guilty for making excuses… He writes a great deal. He codifies everything. Information is power. Technical theory is victory…
He uses a stylus by choice, recording in his own handwriting.
He has been writing notes on T’Vanti war practices for seventeen minutes, but he has still noted and marked fifteen hundred data bulletins and updates that have tracked across the secondary screens to his left. He sees and reconciles everything.
Information is victory.
Paints used: Vallejo, Reaper Master Series, Games Workshop Washes, Com Art Medea Airbrush
Airbrush: Iwata CR Plus High Line
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