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 Kid_Kyoto wrote:
This thread never disappoints!


Thanks Kid Kyoto. I'm really enjoying my hobby at the moment. Takes me out of the real world!!

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And one from my workbench .....



Apologies but I can't remember where the head is from. I used a mould of a Victoria Miniatures Penal torso and legs with Anvil Industries arms. I used an Esher lasgun to finish. I'm looking forward to getting the orange paint on their penal jumpsuits!!!!

Don't be afraid to ask if you have any questions. Phil.

   
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Northumberland

I love the vibrancy of your red, the WIP at the bottom looks great, the orange jumpsuits should be fantastic.

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 Olthannon wrote:
I love the vibrancy of your red, the WIP at the bottom looks great, the orange jumpsuits should be fantastic.


Thanks Olthannon. The red is just one of the GW Contrast red paint over a white undercoat. I'm not sure how much of a difference zenithal priming will make on the finished soldiers - we shall see soon. I love making penal troops and have made around 30 so far!!

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And from my workbench.....



This model is primarily made from Victoria Miniatures bits (Torso, legs and arms). Again, I'm not sure if it is an Anvil Industries, Mad Robot Miniatures or Victoria Miniatures head. As the barrel of the las gun was thin and warped, I decided to swop it with one from an old Catachan Las gun instead. Milliput was used to cover any gaps between the arms and torso. I would love to have made a mould of the legs but the chains were in the way and I didn't want to break them. Since this was made, I have made moulds of some Warcry models bare feet and have added those to a number of penal troopers - I'll show you those in the future.

Any questions, feel free to ask. Phil.

   
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Regular Dakkanaut






These traitor guardsmen look great.
My favourite is the one with the shotgun.


Any chance of a nice group shot?
   
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 DoctorDanny wrote:
These traitor guardsmen look great.
My favourite is the one with the shotgun.
Any chance of a nice group shot?

Thanks for your comments DoctorDanny. I'll see about the group shot in the near future.

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Chaos Traitor Mordian Guard Pure Bloods



Commissar Poxwalker



Chaos Traitor 27th BenTen Shock Guard



Chaos Traitor Guard 987th Falsberg Trooper



Chaos Traitor Guard 36th Blood Takers


Chaos Traitor Guardsman with Heavy Flamer



Chaos Militia

And from my workbench......



This Penal Trooper has repurposed the Prison Guards armour for his own use. I used a Necromunda Enforcer Helmet, Torso, arms and pistol. I used a Victoria Miniatures mould of a Penal Trooper legs. I chopped off the milliput legs below the knee and after using a razor saw, added some Necromunda Enforcer Knees, shins and feet. I added a Chaos Star as a belt buckle to show his loyalty. I plan on painting the armour all in black gloss (an intimidating look for a prison guard) with a splash of orange on his thighs from his prison jumpsuit.

As usual, feel free to ask any questions. Phil.



   
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Chaos Traitor Guard Sniper



Squat Berzerker




Chaos Militia Human Bomb



Chaos Enforcer



Chaos Traitor Guard 27th Mercurian Manslayers

And something from my workbench.....



This Chaos Penal Trooper has his torso and legs from moulds from Victoria Miniatures bits. His arms are from a Cadian with the shoulder pads removed. His feet are from moulds from a Necromunda Enforcer which he has recently "purchased"!!

Till next time, Phil.

   
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Warped Arch Heretic of Chaos





These are awesome, i really like how you blended the old Vraks with the new Traitor guard look!

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Not Online!!! wrote:
These are awesome, i really like how you blended the old Vraks with the new Traitor guard look!


Thanks Not Online!!! I still have a few more FW Chaos Renegade torso's to intergrate into my Cultist Army.

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Chaos Traitor 136th Lupercine Blood Guard



Chaos Beastman



Chaos Barbarian



Chaos Beastman


Chaos Militia

And from my workbench.....



The torso and legs came from moulds from Victoria Miniature bits. The boots are from a mould of a Necromunda Enforcers boots. He has a pair of Anvil Industries arms and a Catachan lasgun.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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Terminator with Assault Cannon






you’ve been busy Phil! The squat platoon look awesome altogether, so many fun conversions it’s hard to comprehend. not sure conversion does them justice either!

The Traitor Guard look great, the mixing in of the BSF guard bits works well and the historic Imperial units is loads of fun!

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 gobert wrote:
you’ve been busy Phil! The squat platoon look awesome altogether, so many fun conversions it’s hard to comprehend. not sure conversion does them justice either!

The Traitor Guard look great, the mixing in of the BSF guard bits works well and the historic Imperial units is loads of fun!


Thanks gobert. I've really enjoyed creating this army - my creative juices have really been flowing. Every time I think I have enough and should start to paint, I have another idea and then create another batch! I must have nearly 200 cultist/traitors to paint!!!

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My Chaos Traitor Guard 37th JonLuc Jannissaries. What beats 1 axe? 2 axes!!! I made sure multiple copies of the BSF Traitor Guard I had all had a conversion to make them look different.



This is my Chaos Traitor Guard 55th Lanzine Skull Takers. It's based on an Orlock body with a mould of a BSF Traitor Guard helmet. I used a mould of a FW Chaos Renegade for the chaos insignia on the chest plate. Some spikes were also added to the shoulder pads. A mould of a BSF Traitor Guard chains were also added to the back.



This Chaos Pit Slave has a Goliath body, with a mould of a Dark Vengeance cultists head and is armed with some AOS Dwarf axes. A Necromunda Enforcer holstered pistol was added and again, a mould of the BSF Traitor Guard chains were also added to his back.

And from my workbench.......


This penal trooper was made from moulds from Victoria Miniatures torso and legs. His feet were from a mould of a BSF Traitor Guard. The arms were from Anvil Industries with a Catachan Lasgun.


This penal trooper was made from moulds from Victoria Miniatures torso and legs. His feet were from a mould of a Necromunda Enforcer. The arms were from Anvil Industries with a Catachan Lasgun.

Hope you like. Till next time, Phil.






   
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For a change, I thought I'd start by showing a few WIP models before showing some completed models:



I wanted to make a "cossack" like cultist/traitor guard after seeing the heads from Mad Robot miniatures. I also used a Chaos Heavily Armoured torso from Mad Robot and added this to a DKoK legs and arms. Milliput was used to make some fur around his sleeve and ankles. The sword was taken from an AoS Skeleton with the laspistol from the DKoK. Spikes were added to the shoulder pads to reinforce his love for Chaos!



This Traitor Guard started as a Necromunda Outcast. I was really impressed with the Outcast models and have made good use to make a load of Chaos models. I added an Imperial Guard head from the Baneblade kit with a milliput Chaos star taken from a mould.



I wanted to make a WW2 British Commando like model and used historic photo's to ensure it looked semi-realistic. The model has an Anvil Industries beanie hat. The torso and legs were from moulds and the boots were taken from a Necromunda Orlock. DKoK arms with spikes on the shoulder pads were added. To make the DKoK lasgun look more like a Sten gun, I added an Adeptus Mechanicus gun barrel to make a silencer and the magazine was added to the side. I added a Chaos star on his belt buckle. Large Space Marine packs were added to front of his harness to look like the British in WW2.



This model has a Chaos icon scarred torso (I made a mould of a Mad Robot Miniature bare torso and added a Chaos icon taken from the FW Renegade torso). Anvil Industries head and arms were added to a Dark Vengeance cultist legs. He's armed with a shotgun from the Genestealer Cult.



And finally, here's a finished Necromunda Goliath Ganger. I added an Adeptus Soriotos head as I really liked the scar.

Till next time, Phil.


   
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Focused Fire Warrior






Love your conversions! Lots of interesting characters in your army...

My hobby ADHD, mostly Necromunda, now turning into regular 40k
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Storm Trooper with Maglight






Dude... I don't know where to start. I just saw this entire page in one go and it's blown me away. Great creativity, very chaosy, very cool. Seems like you can take an mini and blend it into your force. Chap with 2 knives is the coolest mini i've seen... for a long time. Can't wait to see an army shot. Keep 'em comin!

My painting and modeling blog:

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Guardling wrote:Love your conversions! Lots of interesting characters in your army...


Many thanks Guardling

PaddyMick wrote:Dude... I don't know where to start. I just saw this entire page in one go and it's blown me away. Great creativity, very chaosy, very cool. Seems like you can take an mini and blend it into your force. Chap with 2 knives is the coolest mini i've seen... for a long time. Can't wait to see an army shot. Keep 'em comin!


Thanks PaddyMick. The army shot will be sometime in the future. At the moment I'm having too much fun building new models and haven't painted in a number of months. Once I get everything painted, I'll take a group shot

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This has a Necromunda Outcast torso with a Genestealer Cult legs and an Anvil Industries Bulletproof mask. Empire Pistoliers arms were also added which will look cool when painted. A chaos icon was added to the front so show his allegiance.



This Penal Trooper has a Mad Robot Miniatures bare torso, with moulds from Victoria Miniatures for his legs and a mould of a BSF Traitor guard
boots/shin guards. Catachan arms were added with a Genestealer Cult shotgun. Milliput was used to blend the joins between everything.



This Penal Trooper has a Mad Robot Miniatures bare torso with a Chaos Icon cut into his chest (taken from a mould from the FW Chaos Renegade set). I used moulds from Victoria Miniatures for his legs and a mould of a BSF Traitor guard for his boots/shin guards. Arms were from Anvil Industries.



I wanted to make a Valhallan like Snow Trooper. The legs and arms were taken from a DKoK guard (and a mould of a DKoK backpack) with milliput fur sculpted around his wrists. An Anvil Industries head and torso were also added to give a cold weather loving trooper. A Chaos Icon belt buckle was also added to complete.



This Romanesque trooper has a head from Mad Robot Miniatures. The torso was taken from a mould of the original 1980/1990 Imperial Guard. The arms are moulds from Catachan arms with DKoK weapons and I added plasticard "leather straps" with rivets. His bare legs are taken from a Warcy model.

And finally.....




This Chaos Militia has Anvil Industries head, torso and legs with Necromunda Esher arms and weapons.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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Your beautifully crafted minis don't have to be painted to show us a progress picture, just put the unpainted ones in the back of the formation and let us drool in private. We've seen the close up of the each mini and it will allow a build up for your fans as you get closer to your goal for your force. Regardless you work continues to be inspiring and and at a faster pace than I can match.
   
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 MeatShield wrote:
Your beautifully crafted minis don't have to be painted to show us a progress picture, just put the unpainted ones in the back of the formation and let us drool in private. We've seen the close up of the each mini and it will allow a build up for your fans as you get closer to your goal for your force. Regardless you work continues to be inspiring and and at a faster pace than I can match.


Thanks MeatShield for your comments. I've been doing modelling since 1987 and making these Chaos Cutists and Traitor Guard I've had a great time. I've got nearly 200 new Chaos Cultists/Traitor Guard to paint and now need to practise zenithal priming before I can start to batch paint them.

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This one has a Drop Trooper vibe. I'm not sure where the head came from (maybe a Sentinel?). The torso comes from a Necromunda Outcast with arms and legs from the Genestealer Cult range. A milliput Chaos Icon was added to finish.



This model has an Anvil Industries head with a Mad Robot Miniature torso. A DKoK right arm and legs with some spikes added to the shoulder pad. To finish, there is a milliput mould of a left arm (Spellcrow) and a Catachan backpack.



I wanted to make this model look like a Confederate soldier. He has a Mad Robot Miniatures head. The torso and legs were moulds from Cadian's with the boots from a Necromunda Orlock. I used DKoK arms and a shoulder pad with spikes. I made a mould from a metal Valhallan to make the blanket roll around his shoulders.



This model is from Black Scorpion Miniatures. The feet were to thin for 40k so I swopped them with a mould from Cadian boots. I added some swords from the AOS Skeletons and a DKoK lasgun was slung on his back.



This started out as an Empire Flagellant. I used an Anvil Industries head and arms to make him more 40k.



This model has a Mad Robot Miniatures head and torso with a Necromunda Outcast legs. DKoK arms were added with spikes on the shoulder pads. Just to make sure everyone know he loves Chaos, I added a Chaos icon on his belt.

And a finished model...



This Chaos Cultist is from BSF. They are really good models with lots of bits I have taken moulds from.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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Terminator with Assault Cannon






Yeah, I loved the cultists, really sweet minis. Does the last build pic guy have a severed hand covering his mouth? I hope so because it doesn’t get any more chaos than that!

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 gobert wrote:
Yeah, I loved the cultists, really sweet minis. Does the last build pic guy have a severed hand covering his mouth? I hope so because it doesn’t get any more chaos than that!


Thanks for the comments gobert. The head is from Mad Robot Miniatures and it does have a severed hand over his mouth (very much Sons of Sek from the Gaunt's Ghosts novels). I thought this head would go perfectly with the rest of the model.

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After seeing the recent release from Anvil Industries of "Space Cowboys", I thought I'd try and make one myself. The majority of it comes from a Necromunda Orlock model. Milliput was used to fill in gaps after I removed his tabard and didn't use his shoulder pads. I also used milliput to sculpt some empty holsters. The hat came from a mould of Sheriff model I bought from Black Scorpion Miniatures. I had to remove quite a bit of the Orlocks head to get the hat to fit. A Chaos Icon belt buckle was also added to finish this model.



This was a simple conversion from one of the BSF Chaos Traitor Guard. Instead of the lasgun and knife combo on the original model (bit has been used on another converted model), I used some DKoK arms and weapons. Milliput was then used to fill the gaps between the joins and to rebuild part of the left shoulder pad.



This conversion has a FW Chaos Renegade torso (his Chaos symbol on the front armour has been moulded and I've used it in countless places elsewhere) with a Necromunda Outcast legs. The arms are from the Genestealer Cult with the mace from the Necromunda Outcast set. Milliput was again used to fill gaps. I think this will look really cool once painted.



This conversion has multiple sources - Anvil Industries zombie head and bare arms, DKoK legs, Genestealer Cult weapon with a Catachan knife/bayonet. A Necromunda Orlock scabbard was also used alongside a mould of a DKoK backpack.



This is a 3D modern Russian soldier from Etsy. I swopped out his weapon for an AK-47 like weapon from Anvil Industries. A spare right and left hand was used and milliput was then used to smooth everything out.



This Son of Sek conversion has a Mad Robot Miniatures head and torso with Anvil Industries renegade arms. A Catachan lasgun was added to a mould of some Catachan legs and a mould of some Necromunda Orlock boots. Milliput again fills all the gaps.

And finally....


This Chaos Traitor 267th Dutch Dragoons was based on a BSF Traitor Guard with a head taken from a mould of another BSF Chaos Traitor Guard and a Genestealer Cult weapon added. I painted him with an Orange jacket as he is from the Dutch Dragoons. I tried to make the cloak look like flesh taken from his many victims. I may add some tattoos to the cloak at some point in the future when I improve my painting skills.

Till next time, Phil.





   
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This model has a Mad Robot Miniatures torso with DKoK arms and grenade launcher (the backpack is a mould from DKoK as well). The German gasmask wearing head is from Bitzbox. The legs are from moulds of a pair of Cadian legs with the boots from a Necromunda Orlock mould.



This model is from Black Scorpion Miniatures. The feet were replaced with some Cadian boots as the original were too thin for 40k. A pair of Necromunda Enforcer pistols were added to finish this model.



This model has mostly Necromunda Cawdor ganger bits. His head is from Mad Robot Miniatures.



This model has a Victoria Miniatures Scottish Highlanders torso which was paired with a Warhammer Empire head. Necromunda Orlock arms were used (with milliput to fill the gap) with a DKoK laspistol and an AOS Skeleton sword. The legs are taken from a mould (not sure what the source is) and I added a stripe down the side. The boots are taken from a mould of a Necromunda Orlock. A Chaos icon belt buckle was added to finish.



This model source is from a Cypher Lords from Warcry. I removed the tabard dangling between the legs and used milliput to fill the gap. A head from Mad Robot Miniatures was also used.



I wanted to make a Spanish Conquistador and used a head from Bitzbox which had the right look. I used Warhammer Empire Pistollier torso and arms but swopped the pistols for a pair of Necromunda Esher laspistols. The legs were from a Warhammer Empire Great Sword - as they were a little short, I swopped the legs for a pair of Necromunda Orlock boots from a mould. I added a small Chaos Icon to the pad on his right thigh.

And finally....




This Chaos Cultist is from BSF. I didn't do any conversions on this one as it looked really great.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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This model has a Warhammer Empire Flagellant body with Necromunda Outcast arms and head. Milliput was used to rebuild his waistcoat.



The inspiration for this comes from the British Para's. He has a Scion head, with a scratch build torso. He has Cadian and DKoK arms with converted Cadian legs to make him appear as he's running. I added an Elysian Lasgun to finish the drop troop look.



This model has DKoK arms and legs with an Anvil Industries head and torso.



This is another Spanish Conquistador/Swiss guard conversion. I used a head from Bitzbox with a Warhammer Empire torso, legs and the top of each arm. The lower part of each arm comes from a Catachan. The feet were taken from a mould from a BSF Traitor Guard. The breast plate was taken from a mould from a FW Chaos renegade.



This is a heavily modified Necromunda Redemptionist. I added a bare torso with a Chaos brand across his chest. Milliput was used to sculpt on the muscles, joining the Redemptionist arms to the bare torso. I chose a suitably wil looking Warhammer Empire Flagellant head and used milliput to scult neck muscles and extra hair. I removed the flamer from the chainsaw and used milliput to fill in the chain saw. This model will be drenched in painted blood!!!

And finally ...




This is a BSF Chaos Cultist converted to hold a Lasgun instead of the normal autogun. He has had a BSF Traitor Guard head (taken from a mould) added, alongside a Catachan sword across his back, a Scion knife and a Dwarf axe.

Till next time, Phil.




   
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Warped Arch Heretic of Chaos





These Look awesome.
How many converted Traitorguardsmen do you now have?

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Not Online!!! wrote:
These Look awesome.
How many converted Traitorguardsmen do you now have?


I haven't counted recently Not Online!!! but I think it must be 300+ (around100 are painted and the rest need to be painted).

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I wanted to make a Steel Legion Chaos Traitor Guard to make sure all of the famous regiments have at least one "bad egg"!! I bought an old metal Steel Legion trooper and made a mould of his head. I added a mould of an Imperial Guard torso and added some plasticard webbing. Anvil Industries leg were used and Cadian arms (with the shoulder pads removed). Milliput was used to join/smooth out the gaps. The gauntlets were taken from a mould of an old Warhammer Chaos Warrior. A Chaos Icon belt buckle was added and the lasgun was taken from the Imperial Armour sprue. I think this came out well - I just need to do a good paint job on this.



I wanted a WW1 German like model with this one. I used a freebie head I received from Spellcrow when I ordered some legs and arms. The German head with gasmask was added to a Cadian torso and DKoK legs. DKoK arms were added with some spikes attached. I used a Necromunda knife as a bayonet and a Chaos Icon belt buckle to finish this one.



I wanted to make another chainsaw wielding berserker using a Necromunda Redemptionist as a base. I removed the flamer from the chainsaw and used milliput to fill in the gap. I added a Chaos Icon breastplate (taken from a mould from a FW Chaos Renegade) and an Anvil Industries head.



I wanted to make a Scuba/Deep Sea themed model for this one. I used a Cadian torso, arms and legs and removed all the folds and excess material. Milliput was used to fill/smooth the gaps. A bald head from Anvil was used and milliput was used to make a "rubber balaclava". A Cadian rebreather mould was used for the face mask and a Green Stuff World tentacle maker was used to make the hose pipes to the Air tank (a re-purposed flamer tank). A Genestealer Cult shotgun was converted to a spear gun by adding a spike from the Chaos vehicle sprue with some spares attached to his right thigh. A knife was attached to his left ankle with some plasticard straps. I added some belt weights from some sprue and plasticard and a Chaos Icon belt buckle to finish.



This model comes from the Bloodbowl Reikland Reavers team. I added lots of spikes to make him "chaosified". I added a Chaos Icon breastplate from a mould of a FW Chaos Renegade. A laspistol was added to the hip and I armed him with a sword from an AOS Skeleton.

And finally...




I love this female BSF Chaos Cultist as she has a great pose.

Till next time, Phil.


   
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This human Bloodbowl figure has been made into a Chaos warrior by adding a sword and a GS autopistol. Spikes were also added on the shoulder pad from some Empire flagellants flails.



I believe this is a Warcry model which I've added a Chaos Warrior sword and axe. Milliput was used to fill the gaps and a mould of a Necromunda Goliath head was chosen.



This human Bloodbowl player has had a Catachan laspistol added alongside a Chaos Warrior axe. He was also kitted out with a mould of a holster, grenades and a knife.



The head and torso comes from a 3d resin print of a Scottish highlander. He was 32mm's so a bit too big, so I swopped his kilt for a Warcry pair of legs. Warcry axes were added alongside a mould of a Chaos Icon belt buckle and a mould of a holstered laspistol.



I wanted to make an American WW2 as I was given a free Spellcrow head of an American GI head. I paired it with a Mad Robot Miniatures torso with a mould of Spellcrow arms. The Thompson machine gun came from Zinge Industries with equipment from GW kits. The legs came from a Cadian leg mould alongside a mould of a pair of Necromunda Orlock feet. To ensure his loyalty, I added a Chaos Icon belt buckle.

And finally.....




Till next time, Phil.

   
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I converted this human Bloodbowl Thrower?? by swopping his right arm with a Genestealer Cult shotgun and by replacing his head with an Anvil Industries Bulletproof mask. Chaos icons were added by milliput on his left shoulder pad and chest armour. Frag grenades and a pistol holster were added to finish this one.



This "fallen scion" has a scion head, backpack and arms with a Cadian torso and Catachan legs. Milliput was used to fill/smooth the gaps. Spikes were added to his shoulder pads with a Chaos Icon belt buckle to finish.



This cultist has an Empire Flagellant body, with a SOB Novitiate arms and weapon and a Necromunda Outcast head.



This Chaos DKoK like trooper uses the legs from DKoK, but with Anvil Industries Winter Greatcoat torso and Zombie head. A pair of Cadian arms were used (with the right shoulder pad removed) with spikes added to the left shoulder pad.



I plan on painting this trooper in a pastel Hussar like uniform. He has a Mad Robot Miniatures torso with a Warhammer Empire Outrider head. He has gloved hands (mould from a Chaos Warrior), Cadian legs (from a mould) with Necromunda Jack boots (mould from a Necromundan Orlock). He is armed with a DKoK laspistol and an AOS Skeleton sword. A Chaos Icon belt buckle was used to finish this one.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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I saw this model on Etsy and had to have it. It's a Russian sniper which I converted by swopping the feet (the existing model has small feet and not "heroic" enough). His existing sniper rifle was removed and a DKoK lasgun was added with an Adeptus Mechanicus silencer. I used the telescopic scope from the existing model to finish.



This model has the torso from an Empire flagellant. I added an AK47 and bare arms from Anvil Industries and the head is either from the Necromunda Outcasts or the Cadian upgrade sprue - sorry I can't remember!!



This model has a DKoK torso. The head and arms are from Anvil Industries whilst the boots are a mould from a Necromunda Orlock. The epaulettes are from a mould from a Mordian. The lasgun is from a Necromunda Escher.



This model has the torso from an Empire flagellant. The arms and lasgun are from a Necromunda Escher. I think the head comes from a Necromunda Outcast.



I wanted the biggest range of different uniforms. Once I saw this from Black Scorpion Miniatures, I knew I had to convert it to Chaos. I swopped the feet (the existing ones here not heroic scale) with some from a mould from a BSF Traitor Guard. I gave him a GS Cult autogun and added a Chaos icon to reflect his beliefs.

If anyone has any questions, just ask.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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This model comes from Black Scorpion Miniatures. It's a 28mm model and isn't the same size as the normal "heroic" scale, but it was such a cool piece, I had to get him. I added a Necromunda Enforcer pistol and chainsword to bring this trooper into the 40k world.



I used to have a few of the old human bombs when they first came out, but then sold them all on ebay! I then bought one recently as I had the idea of converting one to look like they are running towards their target. I chopped the legs off (I hate lead models!) and swopped them for a pair of legs from one of the Chaos cultists from BSF. I added Catachan arms with milliput to fill the gaps.



This gnarly penal trooper was made entirely out of milliput from moulds (apart from the Necromunda Outcast knife and pistol). I've basecoated a couple of penal trooper using Army Painter Fur Brown spray. I plan on using Vince V's (Youtuber) idea to then use Barbarian flesh (drybrushed rather than sprayed) followed by a zenital white drybrush to hopefully make painting the flesh and orange jumpsuits easier. I'll show some updates when I get them.



This trooper is the first of 5 Vietnam themed models I've made. His head, torso and feet are from Mad Robot Miniatures (the torso and feet are taken from moulds). The legs are from a Catachan mould (I think) and his arms and M16 (?) are from Anvil Industries. I've also kitted him out with a Catachan backpack (mould) with grenades, knife and pistol. I really like how this turned out and one day, I may make a few more of these.



This model has a Mad Robot Miniatures head (very Teutonic I thought) with a mould of an officers torso and Cadian legs (with a side stripe added). His feet come from a mould of a Chaos Traitor Guard BSF trooper and arms and weapon from the Adeptus Mechanicus. Moulds of Space Marine pouches were added alongside a holster. A Chaos Icon belt buckle was used to finish.

And finally....



This is a Black Scorpion Miniatures Scottish Highlander. I removed his dinky legs and replaced them with moulds from a Victoria Miniatures Kilted legs. Milliput was then used to sculpt a knee and leg muscles etc. I added a laspistol and Catachan sword across his back to finish.

Till next ti,e Phil.

   
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I wanted to do a homage to the SAS in the Iran Embassy era. The head, arms and Heckler & Koch came from Anvil Industries (with the legs from a mould of an Anvil Industries). The torso and feet are from a mould from Mad Robot Miniatures. As usual, a Chaos Icon belt buckle was added to show loyalty.



This 3d resin print had a laspistol and sword added to bring him into the 40k universe.



My wife has been watching a lot of Outlander and it seems to have rubbed off on me! This Scottish Highlander comes from Black Scorpion Miniatures. The feet and sword were too thin for the heroic scale the 40k universe is set in, so I swopped the feet with a pair of moulded gaiters and boots from a Victoria Miniatures kilt wearing pair of legs and the sword with an AOS skeleton. A Chaos Icon was also added to his belt.



This hussar was made from multiple moulds (Mad Robot Miniature torso, Anvil Industries arms, Catachan legs and Necromunda Orlock boots). A laspistol and Deathrattle skeleton sword were added to a Warhammer head (can't remember which kit this came from).

And finally ....



This cultist has managed to get his hand on some good riot kit. The head is from Anvil Industries alongside a mould of one of their cowboy space arms. A Necromunda Outcast torso mould was used due to it's funky frontal armour with (I think) a Victoria Miniatures leg mould (with plasticard hoops added) and a mould of some lace up boots from Mad Robot Miniatures. He has a DKoK lasgun with some milliput to fill some gaps and a flail from the Necromunda Outcast set.


   
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This model has a FW Chaos Renegade torso with some DKoK arms. The legs/robes come from a mould of a Dark Vengeance cultist with the feet from moulds of a Warcry model.



This Tallarn like model has a head from a mould from Spellcrow, with the torso from a Mad Robot Miniatures mould. The arms are from the SoB with DKoK legs and feet from a Mad Robot Miniatures mould.



This French Foreign Legionnaire has a head from Mad Robot Miniatures with the torso and feet from a Mad Robot Miniatures mould. The legs and right arm are from a mould from Anvil Industries, The epaulettes are from a mould from a Mordian Guard. The front pouches are from a mould of a SM pouch.



This Renegade Officer has the coat and left hand from the Scions box. The head is a mould from the BSF Chaos Traitor Guardsman with a torso from Mad Robot Miniatures. The legs are from a mould from a Victoria Miniatures model with legs from a mould from the Necromunda Orlock range.

And finally ....



The head comes from Mad Robot Miniatures with the torso from a mould (also from Mad Robot Miniatures). The arms are from a Necromunda Outcast with moulded epaulettes (from a Mordian Guard). The legs are from a mould of a Cadian legs with a converted milliput stripe added. The feet are from moulds of a BSF Chaos Traitor Guard.

Any questions, just ask.

Regards, Phil.


   
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i love em all, and everytime you come up with yet another combination and i'd just want to see a full army done in such a style and then the next day you come up with another one.

it's insane actually.

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Not Online!!! wrote:
i love em all, and everytime you come up with yet another combination and i'd just want to see a full army done in such a style and then the next day you come up with another one.

it's insane actually.


Thanks Not Online!!! I’m currently enjoying my hobby as it helps take me out of the real world and helps my mental health. I’ve bought quite a few bits from the new Chaos Traitor guardsmen and enforcer recently and am looking forward to making even more different regiments. I’ve also started to paint a few of my existing conversions (currently painting up a 5 man squad of orange Hazmat wearing traitors).

Unfortunately, I feel more at home converting than painting and always seem to drag my feet when I know I have to start painting. I’m trying zenithal drybrushing as a basecoat but I’m not 100% convinced. I may go back to priming in white as I historically used to. I’ll try to persevere with the 30 black zenithal primer troopers and then make a decision then

Regards Phil

   
 
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