Snapped a picture of them all complete and took some closeups of my favorite details on them.
When I started I didn’t exactly know where this would end and if I could rightfully call it INQ 28 in a Blanchitsu style no less. Personally I feel like I’ve succeeded but I would love to hear everyone else’s thoughts on this and if you would like to see more INQ 28 from me 🙂
Over to my favorite details.
The servitor control unit belt.
To ease the transition from the torso to the lower body I came up with the idea of a utility belt. I carved it from some FW servitors and glued them on.
Damn it’s rough but I like the exposed vertebrates and the extended folds and strain marks of skin due to the hyper-growth the servitor has been put through to accommodate the loadout.I greenstuffed it myself and I think the end result.
Scripture and smoking hot.
The book and the heat stained barrels are probably my favorite of the bunch. Here both the techniques and integration with the whole mini just works.
Next will be some themed pictures and fluff.
Well done all round mate – of the three Peacock and Mean Machine stand out as my favourites purely for how unique they are as stand alone additions – your take on a servitor in Mean Machine is not one you often see.
As Migs mentioned on one of the earlier posts, the basing as well as very well done and often something you see fall out across a group of unique figures like you have compiled here – consistency is key and I think you struck it here.
Thank you 🙂 I agree that my servitors stand out the most and I’m very pleased with them. Though Merciless has a place as I didn’t want a physical imposing inquisitor but one that can flit between roles and settings as he sees fit. I look forward in exploring more of his group in the future. There will be xenos involved.
Happy that you like my bases as I’m extremely pleased with the results 🙂
Nicely done. A successfully cohesive group. Maybe I have a soft spot for big lumbering robots, but Peacock is really standing out as a favorite.
Cheers mate 🙂 I’m actually contemplating painting the knight for the DKoK in the same scheme instead of the winter scheme.
That could be interesting. In that scheme the knight could be seen as a part of Jun Xing’s personal household, and in the DKoK force it is used as an Inquisitorial detachment assigned to the army..
Bloody hell that’s a clever way of integrating the two!
Love the Blanchitsu style! Good work there! What rules do you use for inquisitor 28 mm? Inquisimunda? Original rules? Something else?
Cheers mate 🙂 I don’t know and I’m not really that bothered with it actually, and that’s a first for me! This is mainly a modelling and painting project. Though if I can convince at least one in my gaming group to give it a go that would be awesome 🙂
All right! We seem to share the same mindset about it 🙂
Cool 🙂 I’m glad I’m taking that approach as it doesn’t limit my options. I reckon that’s one of your reasons as well
Exactly! In our previous necromunda campaign we created new scenarios for almost everything moving zombies, flickering lights etc. It was amusing to paint something for the next scenario even if it was very specific for the scenario. Overall I don’t think the rules matter to much as long as you agree on them before. Gotta do something to stand out from just playing with toys 🙂
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