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    Re: Necron Army on a (larger) Budget with unique conversions

    Dakhma Immortals
    I have magnetized my Immortals weapons. I have 10 assembled and painted so far, but only have pictures of the first 5 of the unit with their Tesla Carbines.









    Tak'ard the deathmark
    Just as Harut improved every warmachine in the Dakhma arsenal, also did he better equip his assassins. Each Dakhma Deathmark is an independant threat, capable of bringing the power of an entire squad with their enhanced kraken morphology. They connect to a series of Sniper drones that enhance the capabilities of the assassin.





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    Re: Necron Army on a (larger) Budget with unique conversions

    In the works:

    Reclamation oculus
    Instead of deploying Ghost Arks that are capable of repairing necron warriors mid-field, Harut discovered it was much more efficient to phase damaged units back to the closest tombworld for repairs while, at the same time, maintaining an open portal between these endless vault-crypts and the battlefield.



    These hovering portals bring forth an endless stream of deadly Necron infantry, pouring forth Gauss flayer fire in a constant barrage of death.


    Scarab Swarms:
    I really wanted mine to be actual swarms!




    Canoptek Tentilla

    The Dakhma Dynasty deploys these instead of monoliths, a single colossal squid-like warmachine that drops from orbit and burrows inside of the earth itself.

    Canoptek Tentilla: Doomsday Cannon counts as Doomsday Ark
    One of the tentilla appendages ends up in massive doomsday cannons. Burrowing and emerging from the ground from angles that make any formation by the enemy easily countered by simple redeploying heavy weapons from a different angle.


    Canoptek Tentilla: Tesla Destructor counts as Annihilation Barge
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    Dakhma Wraiths
    i'm still toying with this idea of making my Wraiths more squid-like to follow with the "tentacled menace" theme of the army.






    Overlord Reaper Raiment counts-as Catacomb Command Barge
    Harut has also designed these raiments to spec from the influences of the mysterious master of Dakhma. They are meant to be used to harvest their victims, more of a ceremonial garb than a warmachine.





    That's all for now, feel free to check some more WiP pictures on my blog: Wargaming Rebel
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    I had some time to put the basic colors and washes to the Reaper Raiment






    And its already seen some action!

    Popping wave serpents to reap their tasty Eldar souls.


    Going after pesky Tau wanna-bes
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    Re: Necron Army on a (larger) Budget with unique conversions

    Hi guys!

    Time for a side project of mine! Shifting through my collection I had a bunch of unused Reaper Bones miniatures and I decided to set some apart to start working on a Nurgle Force so I have a second army tu introduce people to the hobby.

    What follows are my plans for a Flying Demon Prince of Nurgle! Hope you like it!



    The whole idea is that he floats around drippling endless viscera and guts onto anyone unfortunate enough to be under him. He's propelled by a rocket engine and is held afloat by a bulbous noxious gas baloon.















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    My previous necron army:
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    Before leaving for Christmas with my family I had time to finish the painting on my Necron Overlord's Reaper Raiment (counts-as CCB).

    I have to say, I'm pretty happy with the results. I still need to apply dullcoat and then hit the gems and spheres with shiny varnish, but it looks pretty bad-ass and has already got a fame for ionflicting major pain to my opponents!
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    My previous necron army:
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    Thanks guys! Your compliments are very much appreciated and keep me excited to bring in more!

    I have finally had time before travelling to Rio to finish this character.



    I still have to come up with a name and backstory for him as well as take proper photos, but I wanted to share his final painting here.

    I also managed to lay down some bse colors on the Nurgle Demon Prince I've modelled.



    I now need to get some new paint colors to properly advance on him, but I'm happy that the details and personality are coming out even at this early stage.


    I also bring you my progress on yet another my Necron Lord (god I love my characters) and some progress on my Basic Morat Vanguard Infantry.





    Thanks for looking!
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    My previous necron army:
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    I managed to finish another Necron Lord for my army. I do love characters...



    I'm taking a break from my Necrons to finish my Infinity Morat so I can play that system as well, I only need 7 more Infinity miniatures and I'll come back to my crons!

    And I just finished more units for the army, two Rodoks, a spec-ops, the med-tech Obsidron and a Sogarat.













    That marks my first miniatures of the year!



    Thanks for looking! Hope you enjoy it.
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    My previous necron army:
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    Gorgeous stuff!

    note to self: keep son away from this thread so he doesn't start begging for more crons :P

    Lovely work, really well done!

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    Re: Arhurt's conversion corner: Necrons, Chaos and the occasional Infinity model...

    Some great conversions here. Keep it up.

    I've never played 40k or painted very many 40k models but have recently fancied trying my hand at a few Necrons. Your's are inspiring stuff... i never would have thought of a metallic blue and gold scheme. It looks ace! I'll be following this plog from now on.

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    Thanks guys!

    I did not have much time to work on the past few weeks, but I managed to get some better photos of the army:

















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    My previous necron army:
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    My previous necron army:
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    And my infinity Morats









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    Re: Arhurt's conversion corner: Necrons, Chaos and the occasional Infinity model...

    I've previously posted a Myrmidon hacker I did as a test for my wife. I'm now moving forward with her initial forces.

    I'm still struggling with the clear finish of these miniatures. I dislike how the high contrast makes them look cartoony, but it's the technique I know and I want to have them ready to play with her ASAP, so I'll have to live with these results for now.

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    Excellent work. You do like your super colourful paint schemes .


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    Re: Arhurt's conversion corner: Necrons, Chaos and the occasional Infinity model...

    So I have a tournament coming up in three months time. So much to do!

    Here's the list of what I need to finish for it:
    5x Warscythe Lychguard
    1x Night Scythe
    10x Scarab Swarms
    6x Wraiths
    2x Tomb Spiders
    3x Tomb blades

    Luckly, I have previously assembled the tomb blades and half the scarabs, but all else must be done from the start.

    Só today I spent a good amount of time planning and got a few units assembled.

    Here are my Wraiths. I dislike the perching position of the official miniatures. I also think they are a tad too big, so I slimmed them down a bit and made them more like a scorpion. My thought is that they impale their victims with the tail and dismember them with their claws.





    My first five lychguard. I thought about magnetized weapons, but I lack the time and correct magnets for the job.




    Finally, I started assembling my version of the tomb spider. I love the official model but I'm short on cash, so I'll just use my original kitbashed idea.




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    Re: Arhurt's conversion corner: Necrons, Chaos and the occasional Infinity model...

    Awesome conversions on your necrons - I really like what you've been doing with your theme and the results speak for themselves.

    Can I ask what kinds of paints you use? Thinking in particular of your myrmidon (I like the high contrast sort of cartoony aesthetic on infinity as a change of pace from grimdark), as I'm looking to make my colours pop like that but I'm still falling short (understatement, I have a long way to go in many respects).

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    Re: Arhurt's conversion corner: Necrons, Chaos and the occasional Infinity model...

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Hand Gotz View Post
    Awesome conversions on your necrons - I really like what you've been doing with your theme and the results speak for themselves.
    Thanks man!

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Hand Gotz View Post
    Can I ask what kinds of paints you use? Thinking in particular of your myrmidon (I like the high contrast sort of cartoony aesthetic on infinity as a change of pace from grimdark), as I'm looking to make my colours pop like that but I'm still falling short (understatement, I have a long way to go in many respects).
    I use mainly Vallejo game color with a few GW washes and, more recently, Army Painter (really impressed with their paints). The colors used on the Thorakites you mention is a base of GW Codex Grey over Army Painter Ash Grey and the "glow" is Vallejo Game Color Warlord Purple with Squid Pink highlights. The hair in his helmet is Game Color Light Turquoise.

    The tomb spider prototype is ready. It ends up using lots of different kits and parts, but I'm quite happy with the results.

    Its gonna be a pain to paint with all these appendages.



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    My previous necron army:
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