Those following my blog for a while may recall that a little over two years ago I started painting all of the Games Workshop 28mm Inquisition miniatures. I set a goal of one per month for "Inq28th", a day celebrating the Inquisimunda/Inq28 community, on the 28th of each month.
I ran into three or four snags along the way. The biggest setback was when I discovered my tally and collection of the models was not correct, and that I was missing a particularly hard-to-find set- the Black Library limited edition Eisenhorn vs. Glaw diorama. When I was reminded of the set, I also recalled having seen it on the website many years ago, and also recalled deciding to skip it because I wasn't a fan of the sculpts.
After realizing that I'd omitted it, I started the hunt immediately- stating my intention to buy a set on all the usual sites. Eventually I turned to a respected online acquaintance that posts rare figures fairly often (beautifully painted and converted I may add). He was able to provide me with the contact info of another collector, and after some discussion I was able to procure a set. All in all I was actively looking for well over a year!
Once in hand, I was struck by the similarities to the 54mm scale version of the character.
Anyway, long story short, here is my painted version of the Eisenhorn vs. Glaw set, limited to 500 sets, released around 2005. One of the last milestones in my quest!