..and the influence of the Cult grows..
Wilhelm is as most know by now just killing it with his cult. For my own part I’ll stick to my guns and go on as I’ve planned from the get go (note me and Wilhelm only do very minor coordination to let the project flow more naturally).
This is the first part in a trilogy. I did the same thing with my Ordo Xenos where part 1 was the Deathwatch, part 2 Berrugoete and retinue and part 3 the shuttle and crew.
Now I won’t be a spoilsport revealing all I have planned for the cult but here’s the beginning.
Part 1: The Bonnie and his thugs
Being the second son of the nephew to the Matriarch was a quagmire. No common born but yet nowhere near anything worthy of a position.
Kasimir of the House Silvestre was such a man. Though his ruthless and ambitious nature had at least landed him a position in the Perimeter Guard. There he surrounded himself with other men who wanted nothing but taking out their frustration of their own inability in violence.
And so Kasimir the Bonnie was known, a petty thug with lofty aspirations..
No wonder he fell to the whispering promises of the Cult..
Wonderful conversions ! the big guy is especially clever ! Really looking forward to seeing them painted.
Cheers mate! With these guys and the EC stuff there will be a lot of purple in the days ahead 😀
Nice conversions and as always I love the fluff.
Cheers mate! Practice makes me.. better at least as far as fluff goes 🙂
Oh yeah, this is lookin’ good mate… I do like a good cult 🙂
Cheers Alex! Tried a good blend of old and new school. I’m a sucker for old school.
Goodness, is that a 2nd Ed-era plastic Warrior head on the Big Guy? Great idea. Now convinced I have to do something Orky with that old Maneater body…
It sure is 🙂
I love seeing the second edition Hive Tyrant venom canon on the brute (maybe it was not a venom canon, I don’t know the Tyranid weapon names). I always loved the second edition Hive tyrant. And you used a head from the original plastic Tyranid warriors!
These are all great. I also like seeing the old power fist commissar being utilized. Excellent to see some really old models come back.
Thank you Greg! I love working with old metal models and merge them with newer kits. It really gives off a fresh aesthetic.