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Here is Ukufa Mori (Death of Mori in zoulou langage), Warboss biker for my Bad Moon Waaaagh! It's a 100% scratchbuild except from the Warboss himself (from Black reach).
Ukufa was paint for the Challenge Championship of Crazy Peinturlureurs in a french forum (Warmania).
I challenged my friend Morikun, so he choosed the topic of this challenge. He choosed : Kami (japan spirit). I must paint a kami or put a kami or write kanjis for Kami : 神
I succeeded in both painting kami and kanji !
You can notice a little red temple with 2 red pilars with kanji. You can notice 2 Miyazaki's inspiration kami (kodama or forest's spirit). Morikun's blog is "Le Temple de Morikun" (Morikun's temple in english), so I represent it to let everybody know ... I RIDE ON HIM ! (in french there is an expression named "rouler sur" /roll on somebody/ to explain that you totally beat someone ... and "rouler" is the word for ride ... it's a calembourg).
Pics here :
Some details :
The sculpt of so little object was so hard. The painting too !
it looks awesome. the 'biceps' or upper arm is a bit too skinny for my taste. being that skinny, an ork's arm couldn't be in it, which mean the ork's whole upper body would be in the 'torso' section, which, in turn, also doesn't look big enough. but that's just nit-picking, really. nice work!
Thunderwork is a work of art as well my good sir, if i wasn't working on my iron warriors like no tomorrow, i'd certainly get back into my blood axes! These orks are seriously inspiring! I've always loved meganobs and what you have made is tempting me to have a go at making my own green piston driven murderers!
Keep up the awesome work
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