Sunday, June 2, 2019

40K Civilian Noblewoman

I've been chipping away on some figures for a short narrative campaign, surrounding the intrigues of a noblewoman's household. I had painted a miniature to represent the noble a while back, but she didn't quite fit the vibe- I'll use the previous as the mother in law.


The base figure is a resin courtesan from Fenryll. I added a variety of plastic bits- a servo-skull, Grey Knight reliquary, an old Rogue Trader communicator, a bit from the new Escher kit, and some minor green stuff work. The good news is she already had some rings (cough... Jokaero digital weapons).





10 comments:

  1. Love it! She definitely looks like she belongs in the 40k-verse. I do like the sound of your narrative campaign: would love to hear how it unfolds.

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    1. Thanks. It's been a long time just getting minis ready. Getting' close :)

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  2. She totally fits in and has this Rogue Trader oldschool vibe that I really like.
    Awesome work putting her together!

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  3. Absolutely delightful. The additions do enough to transpose her into 40k, whilst not spoiling the elegance and grace of the figure. I really like the rich purple you've use on her.

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  4. Very cool conversion, & brilliantly painted! I really enjoy seeing the realisation in miniature form of non-military characters from the 40K universe.

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    1. Thanks, I like exploring that side of 40K a lot. I have more ideas than time to complete them!!!

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