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  1. After a failed attempt to seriously get into AoS a while ago which was totally overrun by the release of 40k 8th edition, I'm back into the AoS train! And this time I've actually bought an army as a proof I'm here to stay : I'm going to do an army either usable as Hosts of Slaanesh or as Daughters of Khaine, thanks to the similarities between the models and a liberal use of greenstuff and magnets! The fluff idea behind them is a bit twisted, they'll basically be the remains of a dark elf Cult of Slaanesh from the old world that supposedly turned to Khaine when Malekith rose, but still the cult remained beneath the surface and, when the End of Times came and Morathi revealed her true allegiance again, they returned to the Dark Prince in search of power. However, in the Mortal Realms, with Slaanesh gone, and the cult of Khaine divided, they turned to a new master, Malal, the Renegade god, who promised them the power they had lost. Because of this they're the Divided Host, followers of three powers but not entirely of none, which fits perfectly the Invaders trait of the Hosts of Slaanesh. I've already posted my lists in both the Let's Chat threads of the Daughters of Khaine and Hosts of Slaanesh, but also wanted to have a thread to post the AoS version of the models (you can check my thread at the Bolter and Chainsword for 40k-related things, daemons are usable in both systems after all), and that's why I'm posting here. I've already finished a Cauldron of Blood/ Chariot of Slaanesh. The chariot version can either be used as a Herald on Exalted Seeker Chariot: Or as a non-Exalted Chariot by removing the seekers and extra armour on the sides, which are magnetised: And then there's the Cauldron of Blood version, which exchanges the lash for a chalice and adds... well, a cauldron of blood, as you could expect: It's all done based on the Cauldron of Blood box, which is a truly amazing kit and I couldn't recommend it more. I've basically turned the staircase outwards, the rack that should hold the frontal wheels upwards with two steeds of slaanesh chained to them and the armour plates that normally are beneath the stairs I've put on the sides with another two steeds, this ones with daemonettes riding them. The steeds are all done with a press mold of the classic Juan Diaz sculpts and retconned a bit with greenstuff to differentiate them and fix the many errors that a press mold leaves. As for the witches/ daemonettes and the hag/ herald, I've carved off the nose and the "tiara" they have so that their faces are like the old daemonettes, converted the boots into clawed feet and changed a knife to be held sideways, mimicking the shape that a daemonette claw would have. Also the Herald has a magnetised arm that can either be used with a Flensing Whip or a Witchbrew, and maybe I'll make a Deathsword option later on if I need to. What I'm debating right now is about how to paint them, though I more or less have a scheme thought: I still need to try a more human-like skin tone, though I like the one I did here a lot, so will probably end up with it anyways. My main doubt right now is with the hair, should I paint it white, black, black with white points? Any opinion would be appreciated! Other things I'm contemplating are the colour of the eyes, I'm tore between glowing green and pure black; and will try different tattoo patterns later on to see how they look. Also take into consideration that the one on the left is mostly finished, but the right one isn't. Anyways, hope you like it and comments and constructive criticism are always welcome, hope to update with more models soon!
  2. Giuseppe gdb

    Possessed

  3. Giuseppe gdb

    Pumpkin Jack

  4. Giuseppe gdb

    Medieval demon warband #1

    Inspired by Bosch and other medieval paintings that's my project for a demons warband. I would name everyone
  5. Giuseppe gdb

    Dreg addiction

    Deformed body, disturbed mind, rat eaters and pestilence bearer, that’s a dreg, a reject in the streets of Mordheim, city of the damned. I always love the original and rare model of Mordheim dreg, so I decided tu sculpt my own band of these miserable creatures. Green stuff and a bunch of spare parts are all I need for my little freaky world. To create my Mordheim dreg #1 I used a gnoblar body from Citadel Ogre bulls box set, the head is full sculpted using greenstuff as well as the rat in his hand. I added a few books, a candle, a skull and copper sheet for paper and letter.
  6. Giuseppe gdb

    Penthouse Pet

    simple conversion using an ogre head and a platic toy cat body
  7. So, some of you might be wondering what happened with my Kharadron Overlords project, and the answer is quite simple, KO models are far too complex and detailed to sculpt a full army while being to expensive for me to afford with my limited student allowance, so Barak-Val is on hold until a Start Collecting box gets released or I get a job (let's hope for the first one because there are still years left until I finish all my studies...). However my 40k projects are ALSO on hold as I wait for the release of 8th edition, so I had to do something on the meantime. I won't unveil too much about it yet, only that I've been wanting to do something like this since my Fantasy days and that it will involve a lot of sculpting. I hope to have something significant to show soon, but for the meantime I'll leave you with a little teaser: Sorry for the poor quality, this pics were hastily taken while I wait for the greenstuff to dry.
  8. I know, this is my third WIP plog in less than two months, I should finish a project before starting the next... But I have a good excuse this time, this are not for me, they're commissions. Lately, as the end of school life comes near and I'm pressed to decide what I want to do with my life, I've been thinking about being a model sculptor. It is of course a plan between a million but, hey, what the heck, it is something that I enjoy and I can't stop hearing everyone saying that I should spend my life on something that I like, or I'll end up hating my work and/or my life like most people do, which I definitely don't want. So, to taste how it would be, I've been promoting more my commission service, The Grimdark Harvest, in my local store, but rather than just painting other's stuff, I've been offering myself to sculpt and convert things. However I must admit that I was a bit surprised to get not one but two commissions on day one (which was yesterday), while I was playing Armageddon. Today I finished the first, a Shadowblade conversion, which simply got a couple of details added and was turned into a female: I'm quite happy with everything except for the hair which, even though it looks good, it still has a lot of margin for improvement. It was fairly simple, but shadowblade is one of my favourite models ever, so I enjoyed a lot working on him/ her. What do you think? Tomorrow I'll try to finish the second commission, a treelord conversion, and post it here. About my Squig hoppers, I've made progress on them, will most probably get them finished through this week, don't be so hard on me!
  9. Yar mateys! So I think I mentioned earlier the influence for my army: So I had some things to think about. How am I going to do cloud basing? How do I make the ships look lived in? How am I going to come up with those tentacles? I've come up with some solutions (I hope!). So far, I've got the tentacles sorted at least for the smaller bases. The ships are going to require bigger and better tentacles and other cool bits and bobs. I'll cross that bridge when I get there, but I've got ideas for that too! So I made tentacles out of greenstuff...there really isn't a lot of info out there. This required some creativity and custom made tools. So what I did was cut a plastruct plastic tube down the middle (like a canoe). I then rolled up rough tube/tentacle shapes, and then put them into the tub. I pressed them in, to create the flat side while retaining the rounded side as well. For my second tool, I cut the bristles off an old paintbrush and removed as much of it from the ferrule as I could. I used this to impress the 'suckers' on the tentacles. With some cork and vallejo Dark Earth, my bases were sorted. They are now primed and ready for some paint!
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