Truly wonderful. I love that he appears to be drifting from cover to cover as he takes aim at his next target.Eve.
Nicely creepy :-)-K
By the Emperor! he is gross o.OBy the way, I really like the foreground, mid and background set-op on your latest pictures. Gives the whole picture story:-)
He looks fantastic! Where is the head from, if I may ask?
Cheers. The head, rifle, and torso is a mutie from Gorka Morka back in the late 90s. I have had it for a long time and tried it on several projects before finding the right place for the bit.
Absolutely Great .. I didn't realise that the femme militant were so small.
The less "symbolic" sculpting style on the Femmes Militant models makes quite a few of them easily adaptable for 30 mm conversions. Compared to GW basic troopers these are more realistic in the style and a little less bulky. Don't get me wrong I like the bulky style of GW models, but I certainly also like the Femmes. I suppose that both styles have their strengths.
She is wonderful. I like how you managed to get her looking so old.Thanks for letting me borrow her. PDH
Just lovely! Is that a flesh/skin coat he or she is wearing?The skin tones are truly exquisite.
Yeah - a cloak of human hides stitched together....Part of the original Femme Militant sculpt so not my creation really.
Fantastic work!not to forget the photography skill that really sets the mood
Great model :)And the paint-job is exquisite as always!Your work is a continuing inspiration for me.CheersJanushedemann