Monday, April 22, 2019

Goblin band

A small band of Warhammer goblin, but with some pretty neat kitbashes.
The twin goblins are the oldest, they got some parts from bretonnia, 4th edition goblin wolf riders, gor shields and random bits. The hobgoblin is made with zombie legs, goblin wolf raider torso, empire arms and gnoblar head. The squat orc is made with skaven body, orc head and gor arms. The bugbear is an orc with ungor arms and a goblin head with a new nose.
As a bonus, a green skin hobgoblin made with empire, elf and goblin parts.














Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Underground bunker

Some sci-fi terrain made with an egg box.

It's a little small, maybe the big part is buried underground.






Saturday, April 13, 2019

Proxy salamander

After a couple of silly characters, time for something more close to the classic WH.
A dimetrodon toy painted to look like a old lizardmen's salamander.

I noticed that GW changed a lot of old monsters designs to look less like dinosaurs and more like monsters. I think they were sick of people using cheap plastic toy dinos instead of their identical looking crazy expensive plastic toy dinos.








Sunday, April 7, 2019

Viking penguin

He's a Viking penguin made from a Madagascar toy. I think it says all.

Friday, March 22, 2019

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, all 5 of them.

Wait, 5?

Yes, I found some mini figures of the classic Tmnt. 3 Leonardos, 1 Donatello and 1 Michelangelo.
Fortunately they all look the same and with some new weapons they all look the part.
I have one spare so I made one more character, Kirby the 5th turtle. (long story, Google it).
The plastic of these things is terrible, they lack details, paint does not stick, if you try to cut it it makes all sort of residues. Don't even think of sanding it. And glue doesn't stick too.

In the end this is the best I can do. But I like them.