Hunting Praethus Bruul.

Tomorrow I'm off to Nottingham to play several games as a continuation of the Inq28 Inqvitational. The first of which I shall be taking up the mantle of Thaddeus Velk once again, however the second sees the introduction of my own Inquisitor into the maelstrom of events - or at least two of her agents: chasing down the bounty hunter Praethus Bruul.

Here's a quick, dark, dirty snap of them here before I pack them up and hop into bed before a 5am rise. They're not completely finished as yet, a few bits of detail needed to complete them, but time is against me.


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  1. Very cool! I dig the head swap on the enforcer, that looks great!

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  2. Damned fine. Excited to see pics of them in the depths of some nasty hive where only sculduggerers would go.

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    1. Cheers Dai. Should be some clearer photos by the end of the day.

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  3. Looks great. Though have you noticed that FW enforcer model has legs slightly too long for heroic scale? Just an observation.

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    1. Thanks, Mr.Phiq. Yes, I had noticed that: he's much more naturally proportioned, even down to his hands and weaponry. I was concerned at first that the Greatsword head wouldn't fit. I've noticed a few of the more recent GW sculpts I've picked up have been less heroically scaled (Isabella Von C., the Dark Eldar, the Empire Witch Hunter) - I much prefer it, to be honest.

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  4. Beautiful, beautiful work...

    I have to thank you, I've had bits lying around to do a unit of Arbites to go along with the one I had already made for Dark Heresy.

    I couldn't think of a suitable helmet for my conversions for quite some time, then when I saw your picture it was like a massive slap that woke me up...

    Once again, thank you for the sudden violent inspiration.

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    1. Thanks very much, Mr. Heart. A pleasure (I think!)

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  5. I will enjoy reading up about how your guys faired within the requiem aftermath subplots if you decide to blog it.

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    1. Hey Neil,
      Will hopefully get round to doing just that over the next few days - been a busy week.

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  6. Just found your blog and some fantastic stuff on here. Right up my street! I've loads of these sort of project sitting around half finished and should really sort them out at some point.

    Whereabouts in London are you based? I'm over in the SW - Southfields/Putney

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  7. Hullo! Thanks very much and welcome to the blog.

    I'm in the SE. New Cross way.

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