Veteran brother Aliopho:
Veteran brother Aliopho:
looking good G
nice poses there, they look like they are in a battle (unlike a lot of marines).
big fan of the wire work on the chests.
keep going, only a few more to do.
Im lovin them man!!!
Really like the way you've done them, originally i was pretty "hmmm... not too much a fan... uerghhh!!!" about it but they're really growing on me... I wants them...
keep it up, i like the different poses like the changing his mag one, very characterful and says alot about the marine himself...
looking forward to seeing your amazing painting skills take these marines from brilliant to best army...
He's wasteful and uses too much ammo?
I've got a bit more experimental with the poses this time but I'm generally very pleased with them. Got some Mark 5 guys coming soon too!
err, very kind of you to say. I'll certainly do my best, but the standard of some of the other armies I've seen is going to be amazing
Great work so far G, keep it up!
Finally I've got far enough along making my completely new version of Team Fisto that I can start posting some interesting pictures! Hopefully updates should come thick and fast from me between now and AotE3 in May. If they don't, then clearly I'm in trouble.
Very heavily influenced by the work of Doghouse, these true-scalers use Chaos Warrior legs and normal Astartes torsos to stand about a head taller than normal Marines.
A sample of the custom urban rolled shoulder bases that Team Fisto will eventually stand on.
A selection of MkIV 'Maximus' torsos and legs from the first tactical squad.
A selection of MkVI 'Corvus' torsos and legs from the second tactical squad.
A sample of the MkIII 'Iron' torsos and legs from the sternguard squad (still needs more detail).
Sigismund (still very WIP)
First combat squad from the MkIV tactical squad
Example of how the sergeant and special/heavy weapons Marines are magnetised, so I can easily change their armament if I should wish to at a later date.
Wow, those are looking sweet! Good job on the feet sculpting there. I also like the extra pouches on the shoulderpads. Bulks them out nicely.
They look like totally badass, like they're about to come over and rip my face off. Exactly as marines should look like!
Wow, i see what you mean by the whole of team fisto getting the True Scaling bug...
They are pretty impressive, the feet sculpting is really nice, i dont know why, but to me, thats the most interesting part of a marine...
wierd, i know
keep it up bob hunk, looking forward to seeing Ed's additions to the Ultramarines on here too... along with the others...
those sternguard are fackin awesome. i love the helmet colour, for some reason reminds me of clones from star wars, duno why. excellent job. subed
and if that wasn't exciting enough for one day, i also present my Mark 5 combat squad:
I ran out of Mk5 helms, so sculpted one of my own. I think it looks pretty good, but it's hard to see in the photo. You'll get a better idea when it's painted.
Veteran Brother Scapian
This guy has had a slight re-pose of the left arm since I posted this. I think it now looks a bit more natural. This model was a total b*tch to convert. Mental note, when trying to do crazy poses, using true-scaling models is about 5x the work. Most of this ended up being scratch scultped.
Hopefully some painting will occur this weekend. Stay tuned!
I agree with Shadow Fall, all looking great.
those are some pretty impressive marines conversions, good stuff mate
Still got to do the shoulders (The blue-tac is just there as a placeholder) but you get the general idea.
Also, I started painting at the weekend and have the first test model completed along with 4 more in the works. Will try to get some pics tonight.
I missed the building of the terminators!
looking good though
crenelations are cool and I like the other added procreate details.