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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

54mm Apocalators: Heavy fighter/poleaxe

This one was pretty straightforward. A bunch of armor, a nasty weapon, a bit of paint and done. This figure is a little difficult to sculpt over, mostly because those upraised arms get in the way of the head, and squeeze the shoulders closer to the neck. The smaller space makes it hard to squeeze tools in to shape green stuff. This is why this pose (all the different versions I've converted) have simple head coverings.

One more figure to go: Varro the light fighter. I look forward to painting him. He'll be done either later tonight or tomorrow.


  1. I like the traces of paint on the metal helm, like it has a history of being grabbed out of a crate, painted up for a big match and then repainted differently for something else later.