Saturday, April 16, 2016

WARLORD - Some nice photos!


It has been two weeks since AdeptiCon and I'm not sure I've had a chance to breathe since then. April is shaping up to be my busiest month ever! Anyway, I promised you good folks some photos of my Warlord - Domitor Fortis, Warlord of Legio Crucius - and here it is. I hope you like them.












I just realized I didn't take any detailed photos of the base. I'll get that done when I take some photos of the banner I'm working on for this beast : )

Cheers
Dave

19 comments:

  1. One of the highlights, and most terrifying parts of adepticon, was holding the pieces of this beautiful warlord :)

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    1. Thanks, Greg! Glad you enjoyed/were terrified by that part ; ) Can you send me the photo of Andrew holding the torso?

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  2. Beautiful work Dave, well done fella. Inspirational and lovely to see

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    1. Thanks, Siph. Are you close to finishing your's up?

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  3. This is brilliant, beautiful and amazing!

    How did he perform at Adepticon?

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    1. Thanks, mate! At the show he did pretty well in the Adrptus Titanicus game. He managed to take down another Warlord : )

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    2. Excellent news! Looks like you need to add another kill marking!!

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  4. Looks absolutely superb!

    Btw...thanks for pointing Patrick Keith in my direction. I got a lovely box of Counterblast goodies in the post yesterday. Lovely sculpts and right up my street!

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    1. Thanks, mate! And no worries. There are a couple of blogs I follow, including yours, that seem to be a really good fit with Counterblast. I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with it all : )

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  5. Fantastic work, it's a really striking colour scheme!

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  6. Dave, it was a blast watching your progress. Your hard work paid off in a most impressive Warlord. I'm going back and watching your videos again as I get started so I hope you don't mind if I "borrow" some ideas ;)

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  7. Holy sh*t. That came out all kinds of nice!

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  8. Fantastic work, I love the trench line on the base. The colour scheme is cool.

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  9. Jaw dropping! Thanks for sharing your progress, it has been so inspiring.

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  10. I'm always amazed at how small the bridge actually is. Titanicus makes it sound palatial.

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  11. Awesome work, both painting and posing!

    Inspiration for my "Triple Force" this is :)

    Legio Crusius ftw!

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