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Hello DakkaDakka,

The name's Cadaver. I post regularly on Tau Online, Warseer and Bolter and Chainsword. As my Death guard army expands I've been coming to new sites to chronicle my work. DakkaDakka has quite the reputation from what I understand so I thought I post my stuff and see if you 'ard lot would be willing to give me your worst.

This first post is just going to be a compilation of my current work to this point. I'll try and date the posts as best I can and just ignore any response posts that are combined with update posts.

October 3rd
I have finally received all my bits and have started work on my Death Guard army. I finished the first and probably largest portion of my army, the plague marines. Here are 35 of them almost ready for painting. I need to do some minor sculpting work on some but they are done for the most part.

The back packs I haven't started yet, actually. I need to order a few more and then I will get to work on those. They will have lots of banners and trophies and nearly every backpack will have some sort of conversion to it.

A few of my aspiring Champions. These three are the most heavily converted. The other two weren't really changed all that much.







Here are a few group shots of the standard plague marines. All the models have been pinned at the arms. Those pictured without arms will be fully assembled after painting.








Next up will be the backpacks and then I will get to work on my Terminators who will all be extensively converted with alternate heads, Typhus-style vents and bloated torsos.

October 8th

I started on the first of the terminator squad today. I made the mistake of adding greenstuff on too many areas at once and accidently ruined the detail a number of times on certain areas. I think I fixed it to where it looks OK but not as good as it originally did. The vents are not finished. I should've waited to add those later but I didn't want the GS to go to waste. Detail will be added to them once they dry.

Shoulderpads:




Front shot:


Side shot:


The Lord is progressing much more slowly since I'm waiting on my battlewagon bits order to arrive. I have started work on the torso and the head. The legs are not the ones being used and are simply there to stand the model upright.



October 18th

I've been working on quite few things for my Death Guard force and at this pace I should have my whole army finished within a few weeks.

I finished all the backpacks for my plaguemarines. This was a tedious task and I'm glad its done but I think the results were worth the effort. Nearly every backpack has some sort of conversion to it.

The whole group:


Here's another Terminator I've been working on. The vents still need greenstuff and I've come up with a quicker way to do this so hopefully I'll have all my Terminators done shortly.







I've also finished my Obliterators. I'm very pleased with how these turned out. I spent awhile deciding on different head options since I really do not like the standard ones. I opted to use heavily converted Kharn heads since I had an excess of them lying around. I'm not really a fan off having the mishmash of weapons on the obliterators so I tried to give them the look of forming into a specific weapon. The extra weapon slots were filled and sculpted with greenstuff.









November 28th

It's been awhile since I've had an update but I've got my terminators about 90% done. They've been assembled and the basics of the bases are done. I need to add vents to their backs and finish texturing the bases before painting. I'll be getting to work on the Land raider, Predator and some heavily converted Chosen pretty soon.

Sorry for the bad pics, I'll try and get some better ones once they're 100% finished and there is daylight.








November 28th

It's been awhile since I've had an update but I've got my terminators about 90% done. They've been assembled and the basics of the bases are done. I need to add vents to their backs and finish texturing the bases before painting. I'll be getting to work on the Land raider, Predator and some heavily converted Chosen pretty soon.

Sorry for the bad pics, I'll try and get some better ones once they're 100% finished and there is daylight.












I've been working on my Land Raider over the weekend but it's taking longer than expected. The results so far I think are pretty good. I need to do alot more to get it finished, mostly just greenstuff and the tank commander. I've got a few WIP shots so any comments are criticisms would be helpful at this stage since I can still rework pretty much any areas I need to.







I've gotten a bit more work done on the land raider. I ran out of greenstuff and had to go pick some more up today to finish it. As it stands, I'd say it's about 90% done. I need to finish the tank commander and add a a little more decay on the armor. Sorry again for the crappy photos. I always seem to be taking pictures at night.









Now that the holidays are over I finally had some time to get a bit of painting done. I've almost finished my first plague marine. The eyes and trophy rack need to be painted but other than that this guy is finished. The painting is a bit rough but I'm happy with it overall since this is the first model I've painted in a few months. Once I get the color scheme down I should start getting smoother transitions in the blending but I think it's ok for tabletop standard.





C&C appreciated.

It's been awhile since I've had an update of any conversion work but I've made some progress on a predator I had assembled but hadn't added nurgle goodness to until today. I'm particularly happy with the vents which I just added at the last minute before doing greenstuff work. I have a second predator that I will do the same to. I also have ordered turret bits so I can change from lascannon to autocannon depending on what I want to field.

As it stands this is about 45% done. I wanted to let the greenstuff dry before working on the other side. I have a habit of smudging the greenstuff with my fingers if I do too much work all at once.





I got a bit more work done on the pred. Here's a few more pics:





Well I decided to just drink some beer and watch a movie tonight instead of working on the army. So this is a pretty weak update but an update nonetheless. Just a little work I did yesterday.

A bit more green stuff work on the Predator, which is almost done now.




The early start of the vents for the termies. You can see the rest of the vents that I already cut on the left.



Another minor update. I've been working on a few different units so each is progressing a little slowly but I should get alot more done tomorrow.

So I added some finishing touches to the predator and this one is finished other than the second turret which should be on it's way shortly.

Nothing you havent' seen before. Just a few more patches of greenstuff but this is the finished product.




I got the vents done on 12 of my 14 assembled termies. I have another 7 that need to be comepletely assembled bringing the total to 21. Hopefully the greenstuff work won't take too long on these and I will be able to finish them tomorrow.



I added vents to the landraider a little while ago. I'll add the greenstuff to them soon, just need to wait for the glue to dry completely.



I've also finished the greenstuff work on the Terminator vents. I just need to finish basing these guys and they'll be finished.



Some closeups:





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I hope to finish up the DP soon and after that I think I'll get some painting done while I wait on my new models to arrive. If I don't get too distracted I can hopefully get most of the current plague marines painted in the next week or so. We'll see what happens, painting takes me much longer than assembling and converting.

The pics are kinda bad but here's the 2 new models mostly finished. The backpack icon on the left one was painted after the picture was taken, so that model is now complete. The other need the eyes painted which I forgot to do before taking the pictures. I will probably work a little more on the bolters, which I just decided to change from red to brown.



I also made a few Icon bearers from my terminator squads. I still need to add the vents and Greenstuff some more on these two.



Finished the first squad of seven.







I've been slacking a bit on the updates but I've been working alot on stuff.

I finished the second squad of plague marines earlier this week. The only thing I need to do is paint the rims of their bases. One thing you may notice is I changed the color of the skin to have an undead look. I'm really pleased with how it turned out. Now I have to go back an update the other squad to match.

Group shot:


Aspiring Champion and some cronies:


Plasmagunners:


The guy on the end who couldn't fit in the other photos:


The other project I've been working on is a fairly extensive kit bash of a defiler and WFHB Giant. I started working on it with just a few basic plans so what you see here is just the very early work of things I knew I wanted to do. The giant's torso as the turret with the battlecannon coming out of his stomach. The cannon has a dragon skull that was taken off a club from the giant sprue. I added chains to replace the leather straps that were part of the bit. I decided that I want to have this guy fully customizable so I ordered some magnets and some extra bits so I will be able to change from an all CC defiler to a shooty one or a mix of both. His hands will be dreadnought CC weapons for the CC layout and the guns will be converted on his arms as well. Since there are two sets of arms in the giant kit this is where I will magnetize him, which I think will look pretty awesome once it's done.







C&C welcome as always.

Here's a few pics of the Chosen as promised.

Aspiring Champ:


Icon Bearer:


And the rest of the unit:




As with all my infantry they'll be fully assembled after painting. I still plan to add quite a few more Chosen to the army but I want to get these guys painted before building any more.

C&C welcome as always.

The bits I needed for my defiler conversion finally arrived today. I got a good amount of work done but there's still alot to go. I've put the legs on again to show roughly what it will look like completed but the stance isn't what I'm going for on the finished product. I'm still debating what to use for the base. CDs seem to be the cheapest way but they are slightly too small to fit the whole model on it. I may get some cork tile to extent the size so all the legs fit on the base. I guess I'll cross that bridge when I get there. Enough of my rambling, here's the pics.











This arm is magnetized and I'll be converting an arm to hold a twin linked autocannon so I can switch between full CC and a little extra dakka. I was thinking about magnetizing the head as well and having one head with a heavy flamer sticking out of the mouth. I still need to play around with the bits and see if I can make it work but I thought it might be pretty cool.



I put claws on the dreadnought CCWs but I didn't like the look all that much so they've since been removed. Here's a pic of what they looked like before any greenstuff was used to smooth them out and blend the lines seamlessly with the fingers.



As for the rest of the model, I've finished most of the greenstuff work on the main defiler body but the giant torso still needs a good bit of work to go. I'm working from the back forward so the cannon should be added soon once all the greenstuff on the back is complete. I've also added vents to the back to match those on my tanks.

I didn't get very many good pics but I should have some better ones up soon.







I've just about finished up the defiler. There's a little more greenstuff work to be done and some minor detail bits to be added and then I also need to build a base for it.

I've made a little more progress on the daemon prince as well but the idea I had for the head didn't turn out as well as I had planned. At this point I think I'm just going to have to sculpt one myself to get it to my liking. Hopefully I'll have some pics of that up soon.

The defiler:









Some more pics:





March 20th

Ahoy! I'm back with a few updates. I finally got hold of some cork tile to make my defiler base and have built the basic design and set the legs in their final pose. I just need to add a few finishing touches to both the model and the base and it will be done. About time too.



This is the sludge stream that runs through the base. It's been filled with hotglue but will get some water effects once it's painted.



I've also stripped and rebuild to SM rhinos that are now in the service of the Dark gods. They have converted pintle mounted combi-meltas for a little trouble making after they drop off the kids at school. They got the vents to match the other tanks and tie all the vehicles together. I've got three more of these to strip and rebuild.







I'm also in the very early stages of planning my plaguereaper baneblade. It's going to be the most extensive project I've ever built by far and probably will make the defiler look like a walk in the park to build. The project in going to put the total cost in the range of a ForgeWorld baneblade to give you and idea of how many kits and various bits are being used. Expect some teaser pics in a few weeks.

March 24th

I've been working on finishing up the daemon prince and defiler. I spent a good deal of time today reorganizing all my bitz into some new containers which should save me time digging through boxes. After looking over some old White Dwarf articles featuring Dave Taylor's work I had the idea to recreate the new nurgle head from the CSM box into a DP size head. I've done the sculpting for the basic shape so far and need to clean it up a bit but I wanted to get some feedback before a continued on with it. I also pinned the arms and did the base minus the extra detail work.





The defiler has been upgraded with extra spikes and chains as well as some more vents on the back. A little more greenstuff has been done on the body and I pretty much just need to finish the head. I've become indecisive about it so I'll probably convert thre different heads and ask for feedback on which one looks best. After spending all this time on it I want it to look "perfect."





Comments and criticism are most welcome.



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Utterly inspiring, especially since death guard are my favourite Chaos force too. Your green stuff usage is perfect - looks great and in just the right amounts so as not to overpower the models. I love the attention to detail and especially love the spine on the defiler. I cant wait to see those tanks painted as well!

If I could think of anything at all to comment on, perhaps a very light wash (with some brown and green in it) over the drybrushed green on the painted troops to tone down the drybrush fuzz and make it look more sickly? Also the obliterator is mounted on a cookie


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I have just noticed that the number of images in your post causes some versions of firefox to choke... Just an advance warning in case you dont get too many replies!

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Very warm welcome to dakka!

That's an inspiring sight! The conversion work is very fitting and I really like the ambition.

I think the painting lacks some of the flair of the conversion work and could benefit from more definition. I would wash it with streaks of flowing yellows, purples and browns and use a boneish shade to pick up some of the edges.

I also think the GS nurgleness could benefit from gluing some modelings sand particles here and there on and around it to represent un punctured pustules.

The Defiler is the coolest of them all IMO. Some annoying flahs is still visible on the spine for example, but that thing looks so gorgeous anyway.

So really - top notch work and looking forward to more.



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Truly impressive conversion work from you, and a heart welcome to dakka from me. The vent work on the vehicles and on the termies is probably my single favorite theme of yours, though the kharne-headed oblits come second. Solid work on the backpacks too, I kinda loathe cleaning and converting them myself, but it is worth the effort.

But let me give you even more props for the vehicles, each one is a real beast with all the GS and vents and such. The defiler is, as noted, totally nuts

- Salvage

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Hmm... I bought the parts for a Deathguard army a few weeks back. Haven't gotten around to putting anything together yet.

One question though, as I have virtually no experience with green stuff: How do you do that bubbley fungus rot stuff on the hulls of the vehicles? Is it just a layer of greenstuff with holes poked in it, or is there more to it?

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Damn...that's an incredible collection of conversions - your WIP pics are terrific for anyone considering building a DG army. I love your use of Fantasy bits - particularly the head from the Mounted Nurgle Lord. And that Defiler! I can't describe how impressed I am at the use of the plastic Giant in that conversion.

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Cool army. Makes me want to go out and buy a bunch of deathguard. Great work and keep posting.

ender502

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Thanks for all the suggestions and comments so far. As for the painting suggestions I'll be trying out a few things but with so much to paint I want to keep the scheme fairly simple and not spend 4+ hours on each mini. I am getting 20 FW death guard marines pretty soon, so I may take the time to paint them to a higher standard.


legoburner wrote:I have just noticed that the number of images in your post causes some versions of firefox to choke... Just an advance warning in case you dont get too many replies!


Mine locked up when I initially had it all as one post so I split it into two and I haven't had any problems. Thanks for the heads up though.

H.B.M.C. wrote:Hmm... I bought the parts for a Deathguard army a few weeks back. Haven't gotten around to putting anything together yet.

One question though, as I have virtually no experience with green stuff: How do you do that bubbley fungus rot stuff on the hulls of the vehicles? Is it just a layer of greenstuff with holes poked in it, or is there more to it?

BYE


The greenstuff on flast surfaces is really easy and doesn't require any special sculpting tools. I flatten out a piece and press in firmly on the vehicle and stretch the edges with the point of a toothpick. If there are no puss bubbles I poke several random holes with a large paperclip. Then I poke smaller holes with the end of the toothpick. Finally I take the inner wire of a guitar string and add the tiny holes all around the piece of GS. It's pretty simple, and once you get it down it only takes a minute or so to do each patch.

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Great work Cadaver, I cannot wait to see how the defiler and other vehicles look once they are painted. Are those old Deathguard Marines rogue trader era or just classic? Very inspiring to someone like me who's been planning a DG army! Very stunning, hurry up and update, please!

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this is simply...wow....great stuff. I particular like the skaven backpacks (those tanks are fronm the evil skyre gas skaven if I'm not mistaken)

and that defiler....:thumpsup:
take that G-Dub, that's what a soulgrinder could look like.

gee, I feel so terrible untalanted when I see stuff like that
   
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wow...just...wow...
   
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VermGho5t wrote:Great work Cadaver, I cannot wait to see how the defiler and other vehicles look once they are painted. Are those old Deathguard Marines rogue trader era or just classic? Very inspiring to someone like me who's been planning a DG army! Very stunning, hurry up and update, please!


The old ones pictured are form 2nd edition, although I do have 10 RT plaguemarines but I just put them up on ebay last week excpet for one that I had to keep.


Thanks again for the comments.

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mostly, i must say i don't like deathguard at all; just some greenstuff and then painting it like crap, but this army you got is different, it's not like the "pus and gore" deathguard, somehow it's a nicer and more cleaner army


I <3 ur deathguard mister!
   
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yeah...
This army looks great. i can't wait for more installments in this blog.
especially more (close up) pictures of your terminators, as they get painted, I've planned april as my month of nurgles terminator painting (FW allowing).

The defiler looks awesome, I really hope that the new codex demons allows Soulgrinder cross over into Codex CSM, that way you could use that guy as either a normal or a unbound defiler....

man it's army like this! this that makes me want more and more stuff in my army!

Panic!
yeah...


   
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that is incredible. Looks like it took you foreever.

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You've done amazing work on those vehicles! Every thought about handling something bigger? Like a pimped out Baneblade or a Titan maybe?
   
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Ungentle wrote:You've done amazing work on those vehicles! Every thought about handling something bigger? Like a pimped out Baneblade or a Titan maybe?


Yeah, I guess you missed it towards the bottom. I've just ordered a banblade, a VC battalion and and Ork battleforce for Apocalypse craziness. I'll be making a plaguereaper, mutants/mutie orks(haven't decided if it will be a full army or not)and plaguezombies.

I'm currently at work painting the first of the rhinos. I want to get the first one finished before I show it so I can get feedback on the finished product.

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Well I lied. I added some WIP pics.

I've been working on painting a rhino and after some thought I decided to take the advice of everyone who has told me put some extra effort into the painting. I've added some inks using Didi's Magic Inks(formerly Kel's Magic sauce I think it was called.) Anyway, The inking does give it some more depth and gives it a dirtier look.

Still pretty WIP but here's the current progress:




I've always been a big fan of the weathering armor, especially on vehicles. I decided it would be very fitting for Death Guard so I did a test piece on an extra rhino door before applying it to the model. It was actually very simple to do and I think it looks pretty good.

I'm going to go back to the plaguemarines and and add these changes to them as well. I think it should look great and hopefully give them a more complete look that i feel they were kind of lacking.





Comments and criticism welcome as always.

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Very nice. I love the pink pustules; they really help contrast the colors. The weathering effect I think is spot on. Very well done all around.

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I believe the rhino is finished. I may go back and do a few touch ups but I'm pretty happy with how it is now.







Oh, and this arrived this week.





The Plaguereaper shall be coming in the over the next couple of weeks(hopefully).

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nurgle players are always the most artistically talented of the chaos players methinks

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Meh. So much love for this army.

It's a nurgle army.

I don't think it's done very well myself.

Bunch of green stuff, some metal figs, and a average paint job does not a good nurgle army make.

I don't envision slimy, rotting, pestulant, wet, fly buzzing, sickening, stench, decay, etc etc etc when I look at your army.

I've seen Nurgle armies that frankly just grossed me out.

On the plus side, the defiler/giant is a nice touch but does it make me think nurgle? Nope.

   
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Stelek wrote:Meh. So much love for this army.

It's a nurgle army.

I don't think it's done very well myself.

Bunch of green stuff, some metal figs, and a average paint job does not a good nurgle army make.

I don't envision slimy, rotting, pestulant, wet, fly buzzing, sickening, stench, decay, etc etc etc when I look at your army.

I've seen Nurgle armies that frankly just grossed me out.

On the plus side, the defiler/giant is a nice touch but does it make me think nurgle? Nope.



To each his own I guess. Usually when someone pours much love into an army and pays attention to detail it shows.
That`s what happens here. Cadaver has a vision for his army and put a lot of time, money and effort into it to get there.

I like it.
A lot.
And I consider myself qualified for an opinion.

Comments like yours sadly add nothing to an ongoing discussion......

   
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Moloch wrote:
To each his own I guess. Usually when someone pours much love into an army and pays attention to detail it shows.
That`s what happens here. Cadaver has a vision for his army and put a lot of time, money and effort into it to get there.

I like it.
A lot.
And I consider myself qualified for an opinion.

Comments like yours sadly add nothing to an ongoing discussion......


Thanks, man. I guess you know you're doing something right when people actually take the time to go out of their way to bash your army due to the attention it's getting.

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this is a great thread. i love the painting on the rhino.
And i love the attention to those exhaust on the rhino and termies

-Develain

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great conversions, you can really tell you put alot of effort and time into this army and it shows!

keep up the good work!

Btw i wish i could use GS like that lol :(

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B-e-a-utiful.

Keep up the good work.
   
 
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