Since there's some Lizardish rumblings coming from Games Workshop, I'm gonna reveal an Age of Sigmar project I've had on the backburner for a few months: Relic Lizardmen. While AoS's Seraphon are their own thing, and Daemons of Order is a cool idea, I'm aiming with this project to rehabilitate the Lizardmen of Lustria as gribbly monster-people: dinosaurian, antediluvian, insectile, chimeric, malarial, amphibian, bug-eyed, hexapodal, photosynthetic, piscine, exotic, Mesozoic, grotesque, earthy. Unlike the Chaotic beastmen, the Relic Lizardmen aren't mutants but an evolving and proliferating species of terriffic biodiversity. That doesn't jibe with being made of starlight and moonbeams, so instead these Lizardmen are a remnant group, living fossils that survived the destruction of the Old World.
Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Friday, 8 June 2018
Sunday, 20 May 2018
Here's something that grew out of the leftover bits from my Cult of the Possessed Warband. The only Skaven parts in this Skaven are the head and feet. I think he makes for a cool solo character, which is great since I don't feel like making up a full Skaven warband! More pics below the jump.
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Being in a good place with Mordheim, I swung for one last warband: Ostlanders. One of the more characterful teams under the umbrella of Human Mercenaries. A cool thing about the Mordheim setting is how it teases out the cultural differences in regions of the Empire (R.I.P. The Old World).
Roster for this as yet nameless gang below the jump:
Thursday, 19 April 2018
The Magpies are complete at long last! A "quick project" to make a Mordheim company in the style of an old Dutch Schutterstuk kept me going for a full four months. Pictures below the jump.
Saturday, 24 March 2018
Friday, 2 March 2018
Well, I had enough leftover bits to make one or two new models and then… things escalated… My Mordheim tinkering has borne even more conversions. Here's my Chaos cult. Background, roster, and photographs below the jump.