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Welcome to the dark side, it is so much more fun here, and anything can fit in. Really great looking sculpts and builds.

   
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All this custom mold making and conversion continues to be really top notch! Great stuff.

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Illumini wrote:Welcome to the dark side, it is so much more fun here, and anything can fit in. Really great looking sculpts and builds.


Thanks Illumini

ph34r wrote:All this custom mold making and conversion continues to be really top notch! Great stuff.


Thanks ph34r

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For a change, I wanted a left handed firing lasgun trooper. I used the Catachan Medic arms from the Command squad as a starting point (removing the syringe). I used the usual moulded Chaos Marauder gauntlets and converted a right hand from a left hand (with the thumb chopped off and moved over to the other side and a bit of milliput to hide the join). For a change, I added a field cap to an original bald headed sun glass wearing old Squat head.





Till next time, Phil.

   
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Just to test my modelling skills and to show how these former Imperial Squats are degenerating, I wanted to mix some Vulkite Berzerker moulds with the flak armoured body moulds I've previously made. I went with no trousers and with one boot on. I armed him with a Space Marine Heresy Plasma gun, axe and Death Korps Laspistol. I also added an empty Space Marine shoulder holster for quick access. I added a different beard as well.





And just to show I do paint occasionally....



The first two are based on the Blackstone Fortress Traitor Guard, but to avoid the multiple versions looking the same, I've converted them. The usual flamer has been swopped with a grenade launcher. I removed the spare flamer cannister and replaced it with a spare grenade cartridge for more realism. The second Traitor had a lasgun swopped out for an autogun. The third Traitor is based on an Orlock body, Cadian arms, a moulded Traitor helmet, a blade was added to the right shoulder pad and some spikes to the left. I also added a chaos icon to the left shin guard. Rust was speckled across all of the metal finishes. I added some gloss luminous green to the eye lenses for a NVG look.



The first two had nothing added to the standard model's rear. The Orlock had a chainmail cloak (a mould from a different Blackstone Fortress Traitor Guard) added.

I have painted a number of these already, but haven't plucked up the courage to use the AK Interactive Dark Mud to finish the bases off (I'm going for a WW1 quagmire look

Till next time, Phil.

   
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I wanted a Grenadier/Bombardier like model so I used a Vulkite Bezerker mould for the torso, with my usual trousered lower half. I added the visored helmet for an air of mystique with a different beard design. I wanted grenades in both hands and even though I spent ages searching through all my bits, I couldn't find a right hand holding a grenade, so ended up using a mould of a Space Marine hand.



I used the grenade belt from the Space Marine Scout Bikers on the front and back.



I added some Space Marine Frag Grenades and a holstered laspistol as well.



Just to show I haven't neglected my Traitor Guardsmen, I made a Mordian Guard. I used a mould of an old metal Mordian Guard shouting head and epaulettes. A Cadian torso with moulded harness straps and legs were used with a milliput stripe down the leg (I made a mould of this to help in future conversions). I then used some Death Korps arms and lasgun with a Necromunda knife for the bayonet. Milliput was used to finish the right arm off. Moulded pouches, Orlock Jackboots and chaos icon belt buckle were also used.



A moulded backpack was used and a Scion bedroll was added to the top. A Lasgun charge pack and bayonet scabbard from Necromunda were added as well.



And to finish off his equipment, what every Traitor Guard requires, a water bottle!!

Till next time, Phil.

   
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Edinburgh


That Morrison is so darn good. The extra kit and pumped up bayonet really makes it for me, lovely stuff.

   
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 Ragsta wrote:

That Morrison is so darn good. The extra kit and pumped up bayonet really makes it for me, lovely stuff.


Thanks Ragsta. I plan on making a few more Mordian Guard in the future in similar poses. I can imagine a whole squad all 'en garde'!!

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I apologise for those that are easily offended, but I went starkers on this Berzerker to resemble an ancient Celtic warrior.

I spent a long time scraping off all of the Vulkite Berzerker runes from all over his body and his belt/loin cloth. I then took a mould to use for future Squats (one of the torso and one of the legs). I then sculpted on his nether regions. I used a Chaos Icon from a FW Chaos Renegade and used a thin layer of milliput. After about an hour and before it hardened, I carefully removed the Chaos Icon from the mould and positioned it across his chest (something I plan on doing on all naked torso Squat's I make in the future) - I think it will look great painted up - the degenerate Squats carving Chaos sigils into their own chests to show their true belief.

The usual Chaos Marauder gauntlets were used with a pair of axes. I plan on painting a lot of blood on the axes and blood spray over the rest of his body. I added a plasticard harness and moulded Chaos Belt Buckle and pouches. I chose a Vulkite head with a modified beard and added a mohican for a more frightening look.



I added a moulded holstered laspistol, pouches and ponytail. I also carefully filed a bum crack for him as well!!!!





This is my second trio of Traitor Guardsmen. On the left, the body is from a Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist with a moulded Blackstone Fortress Traitor Guard head. The cleavers came from the Genestealer Cult range. I added lots of sponged on blood to give a well worn use.

The middle figure is a mix of lots of different bits - FW Chaos Renegade Torso, an Escher right arm (I think) with a Skeleton sword, Cadian legs, Blackstone Fortress Traitor Guard moulded shin guards and boots, Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist left arm with pistol and an AOS axe. Spiked shoulder pads and blades finished off the model.

The figure on the right is based on the pistol and mace wielding Blackstone Fortress Traitor Guard , converted with Cadian arms and lasgun and the head at a changed angle.



Till next time, Phil.

   
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Loving the icon with tongue right over his 'private parts'. Just the kind of obscenity I expect from crazed chaos worshippers

Could be it's not coming off well in the pictures and looks better in person, but it looks as if you might want to file the bum crack a bit deeper. (didn't imagine I was going to write that sentence when I checked in on the P&M Blog section )

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 Zywus wrote:
Loving the icon with tongue right over his 'private parts'. Just the kind of obscenity I expect from crazed chaos worshippers

Could be it's not coming off well in the pictures and looks better in person, but it looks as if you might want to file the bum crack a bit deeper. (didn't imagine I was going to write that sentence when I checked in on the P&M Blog section )


Hi Zywus, it's not clear on the pictures but he has 2 testicles and the tongue is supposed to be a penis!!! I have also filed a lovely bum crack, again, you can't see it well in the picture - with paint, it should be obvious!

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I wanted to make a Butcher/Medic - even if you follow Chaos, injuries need to be treated surely? I used a normal Squat legs and body from my many moulds and added 2 arms with Chaos Marauder gauntlets down by his side. I added a bald Squat head with a different beard and originally planned to make a Doctor's head mirror, but I thought it would look to much like an Ork and went with some Space Marine Scout NVG instead. Blade and spiky shoulder pads were also added alongside 2 wicked looking knives from my bits box. The usual Chaos icon belt buckle and pouches were also added. I also added an apron taken from a Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist Heavy Stubber mould which I plan on painting dirty white and covering it with blood!





I added a plasticard strap to hold up the apron and 2 more plasticard straps to attach his 2 medic bags he's carrying over both shoulders.



Till next time, Phil.

   
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I wanted my 19th Chaos Squat to be a Heavy weapon lover so armed him with a Space Marine scout Heavy Bolter. As you can never have too much ammo, I wrapped some penitent engine ammo around his chest and back to give him an M60 look. For a change, I modelled this Squat with only 1 boot on (the bare left foot was taken from another Vulkite Bezerker).



I gave him a holstered laspistol as a secondary weapon .....



.... and a spare Heavy Bolter ammo box (a mould of the Space Marine Scout Heavy Bolter).



Here's a shot of all 19 Chaos Squats I've made so far.



To finish, a WIP shot of 3 Chaos Squats I'm working on.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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 philmorgan75 wrote:

Hi Zywus, it's not clear on the pictures but he has 2 testicles and the tongue is supposed to be a penis!!!

Ah, I thought it was a skull emblem with a strategically placed tongue, but it's the real deal! That's even more obscene!

   
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 Zywus wrote:
 philmorgan75 wrote:

Hi Zywus, it's not clear on the pictures but he has 2 testicles and the tongue is supposed to be a penis!!!

Ah, I thought it was a skull emblem with a strategically placed tongue, but it's the real deal! That's even more obscene!


You're going to love the next one then Zywus!!

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For my 20th Chaos Squat, I've created another "celtic" warrior. I used the Vulkite Berzerker as a base with all of the belt and runes removed. A Chaos icon was added as a brand across his chest and another on his belt buckle. Moulded pouches, gauntlets and holstered laspistol were added, alongside an AOS axe. A mould of a Vulkite Berzerker head was used with a slightly different beard. 2 Space Wolves chainswords were also used - they will be plastered with blood when I get around to painting!!





A lasgun was added across his back, with a plasticard strap.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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For my 21st Chaos Squat, I have completed another "celtic" warrior based off a Vulkite Berzerker. Again, all of the runes and loincloth/belt were removed and I added a Chaos Icon brand (as usual) across his chest. Plasticard straps and armed with a Laspistol and Chainsword. Pouches, gauntlets and belt buckle were from moulds. For a change, I also added one knee pad as this Squat didn't want to hurt his left knee!!!!



I added an empty holster from a mould to keep his laspistol in. I also added some more pouches on the back of his belt. I also made sure you could see his bum crack as well!



And because he didn't have enough close combat weapons, I also added a knife and grenades on his belt/webbing!!

Till next time, Phil.

   
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Seems like i completly missed a traitor thread?

Also, i never knew that i needed chaos squats.

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Not Online!!! wrote:
Seems like i completly missed a traitor thread?

Also, i never knew that i needed chaos squats.


I'm happy you're enjoying the thread Not Online!!!

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I've been wanting to make a sniper for a while, and with a bit of chopping and filing, my original moulds could be used to make a good prone position (just by turning his feet 90 degrees). I wanted this to look a bit like an "American Sniper" i.e. baseball cap turned the wrong way around. I used some Catachan arms, water bottle and knife. He has managed to get a Space Marine Scout Sniper rifle somewhere on his travels!!





He didn't have enough pouches, so I added some more diagonally across his back, alongside a holstered laspistol. For a change, I swopped his right boot for a right foot from a mould from the Vulkite Berzerkers as well.

I really liked this model and will certainly be returning to some more prone models in the future (may even do some dead Chaos Squats as well!)

Till next time, Phil.

   
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I'd say that sniper worked out pretty well.
   
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 MeatShield wrote:
I'd say that sniper worked out pretty well.


Thanks MeatShield - I'm really happy with how it turned out

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Another celtic warrior today. Everything bar his weapons (laspistol, Necromunda Orlock powerfist, grenades and knife) straps and his "junk" were made from moulds. The torso and legs are from a Vulkite Berzerker mould. I have altered his moustache as I wanted him screaming/snarling (hard to see in the photo).



I added an elbow pad to his right arm cos he doesn't want any scrapes there!! You can see his holster for the DKOK Laspistol he has as well.



I thought the Orlock powerfist looked cool and fitted this model's pose really well.

Till next time, Phil.

   
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For my 24th Chaos Squat, I wanted another Berzerker type warrior and plumped for a torso from a Vulkite Berzerker mould with a Chaos Icon brand applied across his chest. The legs and boots are from Arkanaut company moulds I've made, alongside some Chaos Marauder Gauntlet moulds. Pouches and a Chaos Icon belt buckle were added alongside some plasticard straps with Space Marine Scout grenades. I thought a visored helmet would look good on this model.



I thought some Necromunda Chain blades/axes?? would look good with this pose. Again, I plan to have lots of blood splattered across his chest and arms when I get around to painting these. It's well know that Chaos Squats are very thirsty, so a water bottle and knife were also added.



I went with a "Y" harness on this one for a change to show off his muscles. Some moulded pouches and holstered laspistol were also added to his belt to finish.



Here's a shot of another poorly undercoated Chaos Traitor Guard I've made. Anvil Industries head and torso were added to some Cadian legs and arms. A Chaos Icon mould from a Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist was added to his belt, alongside a knife. The sword comes from Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist whilst the laspistol comes from a Blackstone Fortress Traitor Guardsman. The usual blade and spikes were also added to his Cadian shoulder pads to make him more Chaos like.





Till next time, Phil.



   
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Another "celtic" warrior. This running Squat was based on a Vulkite Berzerker with Arkanaut company boots, Chaos Marauders gauntlets with a mould of an original plastic Squat head. I've tried to make him look as if he is shouting, but I may add some more milliput to redefine his mouth and beard in the future. I gave him a holstered laspistol hanging from his left vertical strap for easy access alongside the usual pouches and Chaos icon belt buckle.



I wanted some close combat weapons for this model, so chose a Catachan sword and an AOS Chaos Axe. Grenades were also added alongside the plasticard harness straps.



I chopped off the handle from a Horus Heresy Space Marine holstered sword and attached it diagonally across his back, to hold the drawn weapon in his left hand. Finally, to fill in a gap on his belt, I added a water bottle to quench his thirst after a hard day of slaughtering

Till next time, Phil

   
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For my 26th Chaos Squat, I wanted a "Special forces" vibe, so posed him heroically holding a Bolter with spare magazines across his chest. I went for a baseball cap but sculpted some sunglasses for him to look cool. I wanted to make him appear to have just ejected his previous magazine (spending a bit of time cutting and hollowing out a hole in the Bolter to receive a new magazine) and gave him a new magazine in his left hand (taken from a Space Marine kit). The legs came from a Vulkite Berzerker, arms from Cadians, pouches, Chaos icon belt buckle and holstered laspistol all came from moulds. I also gave him knee and elbow pads with thin plasticard straps for realism. I also added an AOS axe from the left side of his belt for more close combat prowess.



I added a Horus Heresy Tartarus Chainfist to the end of his Bolter and the end of an Adeptus Mechanicus weapon to give the impression of a silencer. I added a Catachan backpack as it had a sword attached to the right side and a knife on the left.



I based this traitor on the 24th foot regiment after watching Zulu too many times! He has a Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist legs with an Anvil Industries head and Cadian arms and torso. An Orlock knife was added for the bayonet and the usual spiky bits were added to his shoulderpads.



I added a medic's backpack and Scion's blanket wrap (both made from moulds). Spare lasgun batteries were added alongside a Chaos icon taken from a Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist mould.



And I added an Orlock scabbard to hold his bayonet as well. I think the "spats" on his boots give an old Victorian feel to this model.

Till next time, Phil.


   
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When you get a chance I would love to see a group shot. Also this is the first time I have found a thread of yours so I'm really excited to see these guys together with paint.
   
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 MeatShield wrote:
When you get a chance I would love to see a group shot. Also this is the first time I have found a thread of yours so I'm really excited to see these guys together with paint.


Hi MeatShield. I'll take a group shot later and post it soon. I've been made redundant, with my last working day as 30th November, so I want to make as many Squats as I can before then as I start to stockpile parts, bits, paints etc. After 24 years of working, I plan on having December off to recharge the batteries and cram in as much hobby time before I start looking in 2022 for a new job. After my previous issues with Halfords white primer, I have bought some Biostrip 20 paint stripper and also some Ammo one shot white primer to use in my airbrush, so hopefully over the next few weeks, I can strip and re-prime the affected models and then also undercoat all of the Squats to start batch painting.

I was asked by a B&C member to include a tutorial on how I make my push moulds, so I thought I'd post it here also.



This is a shot of my work desk at the moment with some of the moulds I have made and also some of the milliput and plastic parts I'll use for future models. You can see at the top the blue and white silicon putty pots (labelled "A" and "B") that I bought on ebay and though expensive, you don't have to use much when making a mould, so it lasts a very long time - you can see the number of moulds I've made and the pots have hardly been touched. I've bought packets of 2 part silicon putty off of ebay and will no longer do that as I waste the majority of the contents as they have gone hard in the packets - a sealed pot is the way forward. I've gone for a 2 part (equal measure) silicon putty that remains fairly flexible when cured, to allow for easier extraction of the milliput cast parts. The silicon putty takes around an hour to fully cure but I like to give it a bit longer to be sure.



Having chosen which part you want to cast, remove all the mould lines etc. You can see on the left Arkanaut, I've already filled the hole in his belly in preparation of making his quilted flak jacket. Before I mould the model on the right, I would remove all of the glyphs, belt and loincloth and would also fill the hole, sculpting a new belly out of milliput. Once that was done I would then need to decide what part of the model would I want to mould. It is to difficult to mould the whole body in one go. It is easier to make multiple moulds e.g. torso and legs, giving better casts and allowing the mould to survive to make multiple copies. You need to plan ahead as you really don't want to have any overhangs on your models as they will not be easy to remove from the mould and will result in the mould tearing or you having to cut it too remove the cured part/s. I'll show some examples later.



To make a mould of this torso, I could not envelope the whole of the torso in silicon putty as his arms prevent easy removing of the original part and also it would be difficult to get milliput into the arm moulds when copying. Therefore, I have squeezed the silicon putty around the whole of the front of the torso and around most of the arms, leaving part of the back uncovered. You don't want to over work the putty, constantly prodding and moving it around as you will get air pockets or bits of the original cast won't be fully moulded. After allowing the silicon putty to cure, I carefully removed the plastic original piece. You then need to mix enough milliput to fill the new mould, this is not an exact science, so sometimes you may not have mixed enough milliput and will have to mix up another batch or other times, you mix up too much milliput - always have other moulds near by, so if you have made too much, you can always fill the extra moulds to get other cast parts for future models. You then need to force the milliput into all the nooks and crannies of the mould - if there are arms or legs, I form a small thin sausage of milliput and thread it into the arm or leg and then use a wet dental sculpting tool and force as much milliput in as I can. Milliput will stick to your tool, so keep it damp but not dripping wet. I fill in all of the awkward parts of the mould first before adding a large enough quantity of milliput to fill the rest of the mould. The important thing here is too keep on pushing the tool into the milliput to ensure there are no air pockets and that milliput has covered the whole model - preventing parts not being cast. You then need to allow the milliput to dry - this takes a couple of hours (I normally leave 24 hours before de-moulding to ensure the milliput is rock hard).



After the milliput has hardened, you need to carefully remove the milliput part from the mould. You can see the part in the bottom left of the picture above. You can see where there wasn't a mould on the back of the part. This will need to be cleaned up with scalpel and files and if you haven't been careful, some more milliput to sculpt muscles etc. If you aren't any good at sculpting, you can always cover mould issues with backpacks. cloaks, slung lasguns etc. You can see the mould on the right is of a Chaos icon (taken from a FW Chaos Renegade Guardsman). I place a small amount of milliput on this mould and with a damp sculpting tool, smooth the milliput to a very thin layer - you need to set this aside for around 2 hours for it to be cured enough to easily remove it from the mould and still soft enough to place and carefully feather out the excess milliput to give the front of the chest the distinct Chaos Icon chest brand I have on all of my bare chested Squats. Once dry, I have made another mould of the new milliput part with the Chaos Icon chest brand to make future copies quicker and easier. If you look closely at the mould on the top, you can see the Chaos Icon impression on the belly of the mould.



This shows the fully cured and cleaned Squat naked torso with Chaos Icon chest brand ready for the next model.



You need to plan how you make moulds of your parts. Each part may need to have a different mould made. There are 9 moulds in this photo, starting from the top left:

1) This is the 3/4 mould covered earlier to make a naked torso with Chaos icon chest brand.
2) I have made a mould of each boot and every time I have excess milliput, I fill in these boot moulds to ensure I have a ready supply of boots available. The completed pair can be seen in front of the moulds. You cannot make a mould of the whole of the bum, legs and feet/boots as you will not be able to get the part out of the silicon without cutting/tearing the mould.
3) This is the mould I made for a kneeling pose. I have removed the right boot before making the mould as it would be impossible to remove the part/cast part if this was still attached. The right boot has it's own mould.
4) This is is the mould I've made for the Squat's distinctive flak jacket. It's an easy one piece, easy to remove mould.
5) This is a mould of a pair of advancing bum and legs with knee pads. As discussed earlier, the boots are cast from a separate mould. With these moulds, I normally carefully cut horizontally with a scalpel the silicon putty until I can see the bottom of the ankles of the cast part. These 2 holes are then used to help push the milliput parts out of the mould for easy removing.
6) The front left mould is of a Vulkite Berzerker with left arm raised. This is a case where I have carefully cut the mould to allow for the hardened left arm to be removed. When filling the mould in future with milliput, I have to ensure the mould is carefully aligned otherwise, the left arm comes out badly.
7) This is a Vulkite Berzerker with the right arm raised. Just like the left arm, I had to cut the mould to allow the right arm to be released.
8) This is for a pair of naked Vulkite Berzerker legs and feet. I have had to cut the mould in 2 places to allow for the feet to be removed. Ramming this model with milliput is hard as you have to ensure all of the mould is aligned otherwise a lot of remedial work is required.
9) Another pair of bum and legs - you can see the excess milliput that has squeezed out of the 2 holes I cut in the mould to make removal of the cast piece easier.

Hopefully, that has given you all a chance to find out the methods I use to make the majority of my models. If anybody has any other questions, please feel free to ask.

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Another "Special Forces" homage with this one. I've used moulds for Vulkite Berzerker bare legs with boots added. Catachan arms were used with the usual Chaos Icon belt buckle and pouches. I added a shoulder harness holstered laspistol and a vizored helmet. The Lasgun has had a silencer added from a Space Marine Scout Sniper rifle and a Primaris sniper scope. A Chaos space marine chainsword was also added to his left hand.



You can see the plasticard straps and grenades, spare lasgun magazine, water bottle and knife in this shot.



Till next time, Phil






   
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I wanted a simple classic looking Squat model firing his lasgun. So I used the usual torso and legs and having carefully removed the shoulder pads of a pair of Cadian arms, I added them with some gauntlets sculpted.



I added a pouch on his upper arms and a bandolier of pouches across his back (like you see in the cover of WD111 and the classic old plastic squats). Spiky shoulder pads, holster and lasgun magazine.



Grenades and a Catachan knife was used to finish his load out.



I saw some of the Anvil Industries model parts and had to buy these. There's a Void body and legs with a Hazmat helmet. A Genestealer Cult shotgun was added to finish.



I've bought multiples of the Blackstone Fortress Traitor Guardsmen and decided to convert them to make each as individual as I could. The model in the middle is the original pose throwing a grenade. The one on the left, I removed the grenade and armed him with a las pistol from another Traitor Guardsman and a rusty knife from a Dark Vengeance Chaos Cultist. The model on the right had a large double handed axe instead.

Till next time, Phil.

   
 
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