Sunday, July 29, 2012

Black Crusade Nurgle Lord is finished!

Last night I finished up my donation to the Black Crusade Charity Drive 2012. It's a 'counts as Typhus' Nurgle Lord. He ended up very gory, which is not something I have done before, but it was enjoyable to play around with. I ended up using a different base for him then I first intended, because I wanted to give the model a bit more height. The Typhus model is slightly smaller then the new Terminator models, so the extra height gives him more visual weight on the battlefield.

The poor Imperial Fist is a tribute to a Nurgle Lord I made years ago, I thought it was fun to remake that model a bit.


Here's that old guy from 2009 and the new one next to him




Below you can see the gore, sculpted with green stuff and finished up with some glossy varnish.
 I had the blood drip down on the ground a bit, pretty hard to make that believable, but I am happy with the result.

Lots of glossy residue coming from his flesh breaking out of the terminator armour.


I did end up putting some blood on the scythe, just to create a spot color of red over 3 parts of the model.

And that was it. It will be shipped off and raffled off to a lucky winner, getting a great Chaos Army. It will be raffled off the end of August. PLEASE donate; the cause is great and we all know how generous our gaming community can be. Click on the Black Crusade button on the right top of our blog!

SC Mike


6 comments:

  1. Awesome! And he's a very thoughtful conqueror -- he looks like he's dreaming up a philosophy of filth from that inspiring head!

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  2. Very nice!

    Hope to see it in person if I get lucky!

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  3. Just great! I already donated, so maybe it will come home with me.

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  4. Looks good Mike. Can only hope ours come out as well to compliment all your work.

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  5. Hee Mike, heb je dit vreselijk ogende ding nu zelf ontworpen? Zelf gemaakt? of is het een basismodel dat je eens flink doorelkaar hebt gehusseld? Ziet er heel echt uit. Alsof je er echt nachtenlang werk aan hebt geahd, wat waarschijnlijk ook zo is. Prachtig gelukt hoor!

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