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You should definitely watch Mad Max, they’re great movies. The Snazzwagon is very much in keeping with the Fury Road aesthetic . The Mechanicus heads on the infantry works really well. A strong wasteland scavengers vibe that’s for sure

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 gobert wrote:
You should definitely watch Mad Max, they’re great movies. The Snazzwagon is very much in keeping with the Fury Road aesthetic . The Mechanicus heads on the infantry works really well. A strong wasteland scavengers vibe that’s for sure


I'll definitely give them a go when I can find them on a streaming site.
I like the mechaicus heads, and I had them leftover after making a load of skitarii vanguard. As an added bonus the mechanicus heads fit pretty easily, just the odd bit of clipping and filing to get them to fit on all the bodies, however getting the weapons to fit was another issue altogether. There was a lot of cutting the arms off flush with the sides of the body and then green-stuffing the cowl bits back in to match...

Here's squad 2 and 3, which round out the normal infantry. I'm tempted to remove the fuel bottle from squad 2's flamer to make it look like he's switching over to the one in his hand to make the pose less awkward, as I can't rotate the head, anyone got any opinions?
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Desert Rats Infantry Squad 2

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Desert Rats Infantry Squad 3


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And the last of the infantry for the army, a small squad of of proper hunters. They've got a different way of getting around, and often head off ahead of the rest of the caravan to down some of the biggest game with their pair of more esoteric weapons, but it's not without it's own risks as they've got to get close to make proper use of them...

These guys are run as scions with a pair of meltaguns, and whilst the rest of the caravan makes do with (mostly) wheeled transports, these guys have got something a bit better to drop them off where they can do some serious damage.
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So my box of Goliaths and the bases I ordered both arrived today.
I'm not sure if it was the designers intention that a Boomdakka Snazzwagon could be an Achilles Ridgerunner, but I think they switch over pretty well and even have approximately the right weapons (2 heavy stubbers and a big laser)!

The question is do I do another Snazzwagon as the other Ridgerunner, or do I use a Kustom Boosta-blasta to switch it up?
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I would vote for the Kustom Boosta Blasta, for more even more non-uniformity.

Your De-orkification is inspired and has given me a couple of ideas for a chaos cultist project I am planning.

Keep up the good work!

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First up: an apology.

So I got side-tracked by life and kind of forgot about this blog. I had all the good intentions of trying to update it most days and... didn't. I'm going to try and update it once a week, as that feels more manageable, and hopefully it means I can stick to it.

On a more positive note, I've made quite a lot of progress since my last post, The chimera has been painted:



As has my snazzwagon/ridgerunner:



And it has a twin:



And they got a bigger brother (leman russ) to back them up:



Which almost didn't fit in my lightbox...

So that's the Desert Rat's pretty much done, I think there is another two chimeras, and a Jackal Alphus that I haven't photographed, so that'll be my next update.

After that it's onto another project.
Does anyone have a preference? I've got the following mostly sorted:

  • 30k Death Guard

  • 40k Adeptus Mechanicus

  • 40k 2nd Edition Eldar

  • Maggotkin of Nurgle (with a literary twist )

  • And I need to revisit some of the Inquisition...

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    So I decided that I don't think anyone really wants to see two (nearly) identical trukk/chimeras and one biker, so I'm going to move onto the next army.

    Age of Sigmar Nurgle Maggotkin
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    So this army started when I saw the Horticulous Slimux model. At first I was all "It's cool, it's a plague bearer riding a snail (called Mulch), that's odd but I like it".
    Then I realised that Mulch had legs...
    Mulch isn't a snail, it's a caterpillar with a shell...
    And my mind took a sudden left turn at Albuquerque and went "There's a caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland!"
    And I had the spare parts from Khalida when I build Mannfred, so....
    Here she is:
    Alice and the caterpillar (run as Horticulous Slimux)



    and as I feel I can't leave it at that, we'll have the first character she meets.
    The White Rabbit (based on a Warpgnaw Verminlord, but run as a Verminlord Corruptor with Witherstave)


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    Alice and the White Rabbit are clever. The White Rabbit looks dangerous though.

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    Alice and the White Rabbit are clever. The White Rabbit looks dangerous though.


    Thanks, and I certainly wouldn't want to make the White Rabbit Late...

    With Maggotkin having so many similar characters (Lord of...) I was kind of spoilt for choice when doing the next pair of memorable characters, the Tweedles.



    I already had the Lord of Plagues (and it's an awesome model) and decided Gutrot Spume had a bit more character than the Lord of Blights. I liked the way these two have similar helmets, axes and shoulder armour. You can't really see it in this photo, but they both have matching striped trousers.

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    Anyone remember the scene in "Alice in Wonderland" where they have tea party?

    I decided that it needed to be on the table, and the Warshrine seemed an ideal model to base it on:


    It's a pretty simple conversion, there is a 25mm base glued onto the Warshrine's altar with a greenstuff tablecloth, and the grey seer from the screaming bell got greenstuff ears to be the March Hare.
    I decided that the tablecloth needed to be gingham so used some 3mm masking tape to create the pattern. It hasn't come out as well in the photos as it looks in real life, but I hope you get the idea.

    I'm still looking for a 28mm tea set to go on the table, but it seems they aren't very popular, or are a fortune to get them 3d printed from somewhere like shapeways, as I'm in the UK. If anyone has any ideas on where to get some, I would love to know!

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    A couple of the more interesting characters to fit in with the theme, the Walrus and the Carpenter:



    The Walrus is a beast of Nurgle with Tusks added, whilst the Carpenter started off as A rat ogre, with a river troll head and a custom Hammer made from plasticard and is run as a Chaos spawn.

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    And on to the Jabberwock:



    This is run as a Jabberslythe, but I didn't feel fighting with that much finecast. I had some spare Plague Drones from the "Blightwar" box that I wasn't going to get around to building as I'm not a massive fan of how they look with the riders, so I decided to repurpose one of them.

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    I thought I would change it up with a quick WIP shot of one (of my too many) ongoing projects, to hopefully give me the drive to actually get it finished.

    I got Dark Imperium a while ago (which tells you how long this project has been going on...) and decided the new Death Guard models didn't match up with current 30K Death Guard, so they went into a storage box. A little while later I realised that you can just about make a combat patrol out of it, so I worked one out and then just had to come up with a non-death guard way to do it.

    So a lot of clipping and filing later I've got rid of the Nurgle marks...


    And here's a hint for their new allegiance:


    Still a lot of white and gold to go...

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    Plague Marines into Emperor's Children? I'm excited to see how this turns out!

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    Plague Marines into Emperor's Children? I'm excited to see how this turns out!

    I'm exited to see how they turn out too! They've been sat in the "To do" pile for far too long, simply because I wasn't sure I can make them look how I want, but we'll never know if I don't try.

    I've got some of the main colours blocked in on a few of them, just to see how they're going to look, and I think they're heading in the right direction:



    I'm a clumsy person, so the way I tend to pain is to do the base colours, with a highlight on some of them, then typically a nuln or agrax wash over all of the model, and another set of highlights. This is the first set of base colours, the blue will be highlighted with white, and after that I'll give them a wash. I'm debating between using druuchi violet or nuln oil. I think the violet will work better on the armour and gold, but the nuln oil on the white and silver. Which means I may have to try and be neat and use both

    I realised in painting them that whilst I might have been able to get rid of pretty much all of the tri-lobe nurgle symbols, there's no way to get rid of all of the flies and bells on these guys. So I figure why not embrace it? I've written a bit of background to try and make sense of it. I'm no black library author, but I figure I won't get better without trying, so if anyone has any comments on it, I'm all ears! I'm going to spoiler it as otherwise it's a wall of text, I I'm pretty sure people are mainly here for the pictures

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    Even before their fall from grace, Captain Vaust Emmat had always been a bit of an oddity within the Emperor’s Children. A jovial man, large even for an astartes, he should have been the picture of a prefect Captain, his combat prowess was great, he had a sharp and inquisitive mind and he was an inspiration to the men that served under him. He should, but he...
    Well, to put it simply, he cooked.
    Whilst most men of the legion were happy to eat what was prepared by the chapter serfs, many of whose sole tasks was to ensure that battle brothers never went hungry, Vaust took it upon himself to learn how every dish that they ever ate was prepared. In his spare time he had between deployments, he was as likely to be found cooking as he was in the sparring cages. At the end of his companies training sessions, he would vanish and then reappear with his latest creation, eager to share it amongst his men to see what they thought of it, and how he could improve it. It happened so often that some of his men went so far as to get a bell, and sneak it into his quarters with a note that read "Please ring when food is available".

    Whilst his men were happy to put up with his idiosyncrasies, including the dinner bell that he had taken to carrying with him most of the time, many others of the legion were less keen. Jokes were made elsewhere in the legion that he only fought so hard on the battlefield, so that he could get back the kitchen faster. Or that no matter what planet they landed on, he would always gravitate to anything edible, like a fly. And just like that the nickname stuck, Vaust "The Fly". Although at first no-one would speak it to his face, it was just references made in passing by other's outside the company about "The Fly's Company" being deployed, or "The Fly's latest exploits".

    Eventually two of the other Captains of the legion mentioned this without realising Vaust was in earshot. Vaust, rather than be offended as the captains had worried, and perhaps intended, laughed it off instead. He proudly declared to them "At least the men care enough to give me a nickname. It is of no issue to me, feel free to keep using it." And with that Captain Vaust "The Fly" Emmat, came to be. To show that there was no ill will held about the nickname, he ordered small metal flies to be created and used them as badges of honour among his Company.
    Members of his company slowly began cooking as well, for Vaust’s food tasted better than the standard rations. After a while, to only those that proved themselves capable of producing a truly good meal, a bell would appear in their quarters, along with a small, handwritten note.

    As the crusade went on, and Vaust deployed to more worlds, he was always eager to try the local delicacies. He found it always helped improve relations on planets they had arrived on peacefully, and even those that they had to use force. I helped to disarm his opponents. Meeting an astartes was a shocking enough proposition for most people, but sitting down to a meal with one helped to "humanise" him. He was seen less as an armoured warrior from across the stars, and more as just another traveller, and when he showed obvious joy in their food, it helped build a bond.

    But as we all know, this era of prosperity didn't last. As the Emperor’s children found themselves drive to perfection pushed further and further, so was Vausts. He has his men had developed a taste for the better things in life, and so they started searching for the next thing that could please their palate.

    And now, they still search, bells ringing as they enter battle to hunt down prey to be ingredients in their next meal.


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    So, just a quick update. Got the base coats on the normal marines. I'm going to try and get them done before the characters so I can try out some different bits and pieces.
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    Great work on here lately ManSizedTarget. The Alice in Wonderland themed army is fantastic, so much character. It’s amazing how they started off from one little idea! The Emperors Children seem to be heading in the right direction, Nurgle and Slaanesh share some traits with the bloat easily representing excess. Good luck being neat with the washes

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     gobert wrote:
    Great work on here lately ManSizedTarget. The Alice in Wonderland themed army is fantastic, so much character. It’s amazing how they started off from one little idea! The Emperors Children seem to be heading in the right direction, Nurgle and Slaanesh share some traits with the bloat easily representing excess. Good luck being neat with the washes


    Glad you like the Alice in Nurgle-land, there's a couple of models left and I think I've managed to work out my camera settings, so these are hopefully a bit better.

    The Mad Hatter, a fairly standard Rotbringer sorcerer with a slightly modified hat. When I was looking for a mad hatter model he just seemed to fit :


    The Queen of Hearts:



    Who could it be apart from Valkia? Her shield got modified into a heart shape, and I replaced both her spear and wings with plastic ones from the Drukhari Scourge kit, as I was struggling to get pins into the finecast parts she came with without deforming them. she's got a little crown nestled between her horns, as is only fitting for a queen.

    Progress has been made on the Emperor's Children!
    I was definitely leaning into the gluttony side of Slaanesh Excess when I started putting them together, as I always felt that it was a side of Slaanesh we could see more of, and then GW released "Glutos Orscollion, Lord of Gluttony", I'm not sure if there is anything I can run him as in 40k, but it's tempting...
    Anyway I got the washes done on the Emperor's Children, I did the purple first as I didn't need it to be too neat as it went over the purple, gold and skin. I tried to keep the worst off of the white, but even so I had to go back and repaint a couple of bits before I washed them with nuln oil.
    I've also got the white highlights done, the skin sections, and some of the gold. I'm debating if I edge highlight the purple up with genestealer purple, or leave it a more muted tone. I still need to pick out some details (paint the fly, squad markings etc), but if anyone's got any suggestions to improve them I'm all ears.



    They're on temporary bases to help with painting, I'm probably going to use more of my zone mortalis bases but haven't got them painted up at the moment.

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    So just a quick update, I was looking at finishing off the details and decided I would try and free hand the chapter symbol, three circles shouldn't be too difficult, I might even be able to make them look a bit like skulls at a push. Then I remembered, these aren't Death Guard. They're Emperor's Children...
    No way I can freehand the wing and make it look decent.

    So I raided the bits-box, and as I happen to have a dark angels army I had a load of the helmet wings left over. a little filing, some green-stuff to make claws and no need to free hand chapter symbols
    There was a couple of bare shoulder pads left once everyone got a chapter symbol (one on the wrong shoulder but oh well), so they got the good old tactical arrow on them as I can just about free hand that.
    I also got the bases done!





    Still a couple of bits to do, as I realised I missed a decapitated head (which is getting removed and the paintjob around it fixed) and I'm sure I missed some more, but I think they're looking good.

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    Oooh, these are really interesting projects, both the Alice conversions and the Emperor's Children! The chequered tablecloth on the warshrine is genius, walrus is also wonderfully disturbing. Thanks for sharing!

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     MobileSuitRandom wrote:
    Oooh, these are really interesting projects, both the Alice conversions and the Emperor's Children! The chequered tablecloth on the warshrine is genius, walrus is also wonderfully disturbing. Thanks for sharing!


    I did have a plain tablecloth on the warshrine and it just didn't look right, so I felt it had to get a pattern, and it reminded me of a gingham picnic blanket. Now I've (mostly) worked out how to take better pictures with my camera here's a close up:


    I've started on the Putrid Blightspawn for the Emperor's Children and got most of the base colours done and then decided that I needed to tear off the shoulder pad (that's part of the arm ) and replace it with one that has the legion badge on it.



    But I guess at least it's progress!

    The real question is what colour I paint the ooze? I feel it should be food related so something like ketchup, mustard or cream. Anyone with a better knowledge of colour theory know what would work?

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    Hey mate,

    Feels like this blog isn't getting the love it deserves!

    Mad Maxamunda was great from start to finish (and I for one would love to see the second nearly identical chimera and a biker) - really fun to see somebody go the other way and appropriate vehicles FROM the orks.

    I also really loved following the Alice project - one of the most inspired armies I've ever seen and the execution of the concept is just brilliant. It's also probably the best use for the monogrammed baseplates I've seen as it really hammers home the concept and ties them all together while retaining a bit of that gothic fairytale vibe. Really creative stuff, great use of bits, and a lovely dingy palette. Must be proud to see them all on the shelf together!

    Excited to see this take on Slaanesh too. I am always interested in seeing people take Chaos in a different direction, and this is a lovely fresh take. I am tempted to say cream for the ooze - I think it's unsettling and gross and matches the palette, although it may get lost in the whites you're already using for shoulderpads and cloth.

    Excited to see the results whatever you choose.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Great work on the Emperors Children, the plague marines work equally as well as Gluttony Marines! as for ooze, yellow works well with purple, but it might get lost against the gold. I’m partial to a bright green to go against purple, though I don’t know of many right green sauces, so perhaps a light mayonnaise?

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    tzurk wrote:Hey mate,

    Feels like this blog isn't getting the love it deserves!

    Mad Maxamunda was great from start to finish (and I for one would love to see the second nearly identical chimera and a biker) - really fun to see somebody go the other way and appropriate vehicles FROM the orks.

    I also really loved following the Alice project - one of the most inspired armies I've ever seen and the execution of the concept is just brilliant. It's also probably the best use for the monogrammed baseplates I've seen as it really hammers home the concept and ties them all together while retaining a bit of that gothic fairytale vibe. Really creative stuff, great use of bits, and a lovely dingy palette. Must be proud to see them all on the shelf together!

    Excited to see this take on Slaanesh too. I am always interested in seeing people take Chaos in a different direction, and this is a lovely fresh take. I am tempted to say cream for the ooze - I think it's unsettling and gross and matches the palette, although it may get lost in the whites you're already using for shoulderpads and cloth.

    Excited to see the results whatever you choose.

    Thanks for sharing!

    I'm glad you like the Alice army. It's one of my armies that I've actually got displayed on a shelf:

    There's some Blightkings (the clubs) and plaguebearers (the spades) hiding at the back to fill in my Battline requirements (some older not so good photos):



    The big gap on the right is there for a reason, but I've not got the model yet:

    It should be a fun one!


    As you wanted to see more of my mad maxamunda and I've just about found the right settings on my camera here's a load of photos:
    The Jackal Alphus:

    The three Chimeras as I can't remember which I posted before (and these photos should be better):








    And some more of the Hydra (because I really like it ):




    gobert wrote:Great work on the Emperors Children, the plague marines work equally as well as Gluttony Marines! as for ooze, yellow works well with purple, but it might get lost against the gold. I’m partial to a bright green to go against purple, though I don’t know of many right green sauces, so perhaps a light mayonnaise?


    I think I'll do a slightly green mayonnaise colour, although I do quite like the idea of bright green, and I can imagine gluttonous marines carrying around a tank full of wasabi to hose on anything without enough flavour!

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     gobert wrote:
    Great work on the Emperors Children, the plague marines work equally as well as Gluttony Marines! as for ooze, yellow works well with purple, but it might get lost against the gold. I’m partial to a bright green to go against purple, though I don’t know of many right green sauces, so perhaps a light mayonnaise?
    Salsa verde from the New World, and green sauce from the Old. I'm partial to Salsa verde myself. Regardless of which one you choose, the green is bright enough to provide contrast.

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    I think I need to broaden my condiment horizons! . All the talk of gluttony and Glutos got me to remembering tarar2d2’s Glutonous marine warband

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     gobert wrote:
    Great work on the Emperors Children, the plague marines work equally as well as Gluttony Marines! as for ooze, yellow works well with purple, but it might get lost against the gold. I’m partial to a bright green to go against purple, though I don’t know of many right green sauces, so perhaps a light mayonnaise?
    Salsa verde from the New World, and green sauce from the Old. I'm partial to Salsa verde myself. Regardless of which one you choose, the green is bright enough to provide contrast.

    Green it is, although I'm not going to ask what these marines specifically put into their "Green Sauce"...

    gobert wrote:I think I need to broaden my condiment horizons! . All the talk of gluttony and Glutos got me to remembering tarar2d2’s Glutonous marine warband

    Those marines are awesome, and huge! and where did the last hour go? That thread is well worth a read, and the freehand on the knight is stunning.

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    Thanks, it was about time someone stole something back from the orks!

    Now a quick update the Foul Blightspawn is done!




    I've still got two more Emperor's Children to go, the Noxious Blightbringer and the Lord of Contagion, but I'm just not feeling them at the moment, so I might switch out for a squad of something else but I'm not sure what.

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    Yeah tarar2d2’s marines are awesome, not just the sculpting but some of the freehand too!

    Lovely work on the latest glutton marine, the tank with the liquid inside is really cool!

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