of the 13th Great Company, if you like the fluff GW did release some Wulfen models in the past, though they don't sell them directly anymore. But as always ebay is your friend.
Nice Greeks, dipping or not that's impressive painting on such a small scale.
Also keep the Hammer on the third Blood (or is that Storm now?) Claw, looks nice.
has been a long time... but I´ve overcome mi addiction to Champions o line and use some of my time for modelling again...
A nre rough sketch for my blood claw with flamer...
I wanted to give him (as the rest of the army) a medieval and brutal look, so I added him this odd torch/fire source from the empire magician sprue...
Probably once I set him up, I magnetize the flamer arm to make it interchangeable with any other special weapon for the unit..
Hope you like it (Remember he is an sketch, moulds lines, etc will be removed once he´s assembled)
Nice stuff all around; a promising log. The latest Blood Claw w. flamethrower is damn outright splendid.
You've done a helluva job on the Blood Claws, but I'll echo richy376: Do 13th company! Not only do the Pre-Heresy grey look good, but a 13th company force (complete with Wulfen) are some of the best things to be gazed upon, with all those mixed-in Traitor Marine armour parts. If you want, I'll see if I can find the lovely WD from around the Eye of Terror campaign and give you its issue number. It might help to find pictures and painting-conversion articles about the 13th.
thanks mate, I´ll be very tahnkful to you if you can find this WD..I´m a total rookie in WH40k and its fluff..and Only know that 13th company got lost in chaos Space?ż or something like that and they wear space wolves clothes + chaos pieces..and they have fallen to cnaix helix curse...
I like this fluff so probably besides the grey palette I´ll add wulfen and chaos things...
I'm sure it'll look even better than what you've cooked up now, which is quite hard to achieve!
I'm all too busy for the coming weekend with school work and maniac batch-painting a friend's army for a tournament, but I'll tell my brother (the actual owner of this account - I don't need one of my own since it's only a few special things I keep an eye on and post about) to search it up as soon as he's awake. He'd be able to find it amongst our fifty-or-so WDs. If I (or he) somehow forgets too, PM him (us)!
Besides, being new to WH40k and its fluff are amongst the most stimulating things with the GW hobby, since there are so much surprising stuff to run into. Also, I'll tell you here and now that I as of yet haven't seen such a good modelling with the new Space Wolves kit as yours.
another BC, a little homage to Bruce Willis and all cool shooters we´ve seen in action movies
Some photos of the miniature I modelled in the sculpting course of Pedro Fernandez (ex modeller of Game Zone and actual freelance)..the head is made by Pedro (I only made the little ball LOL)
every C/C would be appreciated as ever...
It´s made of supersculpey over a wire skeleton covered with GS
The course main idea was feminine anatomy... The actual position of the arms is due to make easier to sculpt them
I´ll make some photos with a real mini so taht you can se the real size...really tiny a true 28mm
another one...one more to go I think...
The raised arm will be removable, I´ll adjust it with magnets in order to change it for a power fist if I want.
these are 2 photos to show its real size compared to a GW wich elf
last (for now) BC for the unit of 8... maybe when I have a final list I´ll add some more..
Noe I have to convert the sketches in miniatures, all C&C would be appreciated while I "glue" all
forget the last, the 8th..I´ve changed him a"a bit"..he´s not runnig now, but I think the pose is more agressive and cool, what do you think?
after finishing the SW sketches it´s time for final assembly.
First blood claw structure finished, once I have all assembled I´ll fill gaps,, make armor parts left etc.
At the end I have cut too much, so the poses are even more natural, the marines taller and slenderer... but I´ve added a big load of extra work in the mini...
2nd one is already in the assembly line...
Very nice sketches, I use the blue tac method when I'm planning a pose out, and even if it doesn't bear loads of relation to the final version I think its pretty useful. Your guy in post 32 looks excellent particularly.
Wow, really nice sculpt. What do you plan to do with it? This forum, though young, looks promising: http://www.minisculpture.co.uk/
Thanks @Sclep, the sculpture is left apart up to now, my wolves and some other things keep me too busy..
2nd BC pose glued. I´ll make 2 batches of 3 miniatures, and a last one of 2 minis. once I have 3 glued, I´ll fill gaps, add details etc. before going for the next one.
The last batch will be the one with interchangeable arms (powerfist/power weapon, flamer/meltagun)
In the final position (glued to the base) the BC wont be so leaned forward
Very dynamic poses on your Space Wolves!
And it seems like you have a real knack for sculpting, looking forward to your future endeavours.
3rd wolf glued, before gluing the 4th I´ll fill gaps and detail the first batch of 3...
Also, I´m working in a little project for Spanish Games day..a quick assassin kit bash:
Evidently, the assassin must be finished, fill gaps, some details..mainly waist and cloak joint
One more update in this mini project.
Assassin finished, only left to sand down a bit the intersection putty/plastic to make it look like a real cloak.
I wanted a quick and functional conversion, nothing too much overelaborated.
I´ll paint him very similar to my army schema, but maybe with a more pale skin..almost white
Lions, I wantes to "untame" them, as for the assassin, I need to sand the intersections and add with GS the manes
The putty is a mix of GS and magic sculp (to sand and file it properly)
They will be painted in an ivory, creamy colour...I´ll try to take advantage of my airbrush (if I´m capable of)