As you can see Liam has managed to combine many of the Arachnarok Spider parts with elements of the Heldrake and I think the Storm Talon too. He's managed to blend the various components with some quality sculpting and his own cast resin elements for the custom flying base.
The rear view shows some artfully positioned plasticard triangles that will create a chaotic mark out of the beasts abdomen.
A close up of the Heldrake's head really gives the impression it's a giant robotic daemon engine.
For some reason I couldn't judge the scale of it though, the oval base didn't convey the sheer size of his endeavour so I asked him to include a miniature so it can be judged and I think you'll agree it really fits the bill for a Nurgle Heldrake.
No doubt I'll have painted pictures in my in-box soon, can't wait to see them although I could quite happily wait a really long time before I see it gracing the battlefield!
Great work there Liam!ReplyDelete
That is seriously cool!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the nice comments :) I've since added more Chaos pointy triangles and added trim to the lower legs. I'm half way through painting it, it's taking ages with all the gold trim, I'll keep you postedReplyDelete
Serves you right for emplying the use of non-metallic metals ;)Delete
Insanely good man! I love the way you used the Helldrake wings to make new insectoid ones!ReplyDelete