Saturday, 5 December 2015

40k Nurgle ... something and the 100th post!

Really gotten myself back in a painting frenzy - one weird mini a week is good for your health as they say.

Finished the dude from this post. Not sure what it is. A dreadnought, a walker, a heavily mutated marine, a robot, a demon, a cyborg?

Let's go with Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg!

The Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg is all bitz and not a single grain of green stuff so lets check it out:
  • Torso: Plastic Space Marine (newer edition)
  • Back pack: Old Chaos Space Marine backpack with a raven from (I think) plastic citadel giant
  • Torso Icon: Nurgle symbol from don't know where
  • Right arm: 40k Epic Reaver Titan Weapon. The Turbo-Laser Destructor (yes - that's what it's actually called and hence the name of the dude). This is a proper old-school conversion bit!
  • Left Arm: From the newly Nurgle Blight Kings kit. Some seriously good bits in here
  • Left Arm/Shoulder (the bit between the torso and arm): Eye from a Culexus Assassin- the late 90's version
  • Legs: Buffalo skeleton (not sure the make)
  • Head: Think it's Forgeworld
  • Neck: Some nice tubing bit

And here's the pics! First one is a group shot of the little warband so far.

And that would be the 100th post so hope you'll enjoy, thanks for all your comments, stopping byes and for making our community something truly enjoyable!!!

Thanks/Hans

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg and friends

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

Nurgle Demon Turbo Destructor Cyborg

20 comments:

  1. Don Hans, that is a stunning model, such a great combination of parts to create a really dynamic model. And of course the painting is sublime as always!

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    1. Thanks Stuart! Lot of fun making it /Hans

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  2. An absolutely stunning conversion, Don. Mind-bendingly freakish.

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    1. I was going for weird/freakish so many thanks!
      /Hans

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  3. My god its the thing of nightmares!

    PERFECT!

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  4. So many good ideas to use here... you're back at full spedd Hans and god it feels good !

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    1. Yes Sir! Full speed ahead.
      Thanks!/Hans

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  5. Omigod, that is amazing! such a creative conversion, and your painting makes them all seem very otherworldly! Great Job, Hans!

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  6. Strange and horrible thing. Escape from a torturous mind. Well done and nicely painted.

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    1. Thanks Nico!
      "Escape from a torturous mind" - you bet :)
      /Hans

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  7. Just seen these, Hans. Surely some of your most inspired work to date. Bravo!

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    1. Thanks Gaz!
      Happy you think so. These has been some of the most fun thing I done actually...and more to come :)
      /Hans

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  8. That is so cool - great work!

    Have ever made a post about how you paint your minis? I would be very interested in the techniques to produce such lovely results.

    Cheers

    Warburton

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    1. Thanks Warburton!
      No - not really. Just some few comment. Done one for my bases to the Nurgle Fantasy army though here: http://realmofcitadel.blogspot.se/2013/07/how-i-create-my-nurgle-warband-bases.html

      /Hans

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