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Made in ca
Dakka Veteran

Much like the title says, I'm looking for a side by side comparison of the two models. I think the Thaumaturge looks pretty wicked and was considering it for a daemon prince to go with the start of my Tzeentch Daemons collection.
Made in gb
Jovial Plaguebearer of Nurgle

They're pretty much the same size, ignoring wings. (Marine shown for additional scale comparison)
Made in us
Awesome Autarch

That'd be a great daemon prince I think - some work on the weapons.

Made in gb
Dakka Veteran

Good eye, I think that'd make a great Prince. It's a lovely model and I've been thinking how I could use it in 40k, your idea is a good one.

Take a look at what I've been painting and modelling: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/0/725222.page 
Made in ca
Dakka Veteran

Thanks for the pic, a buddy of mine was skeptical about its size when we were talking about it, so the comparison helps. I saw the model and liked the sculpt, had a feeling I could do some fun things with it.

Have to do something about claws on the left arm.. maybe wrist-style or something.. I'll get to it eventually, maybe borrow something from the normal daemon prince since I plan to convert one of those too.
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