Some of you might be wondering what happened to my NIDS project? Well, more on that in my next post but for now it’s all about Warcry.
After playing around with the Corvus Cabal I decided to tackle the Unmade tonight. Not to be confused with the other Warcry warband called the Untamed. Confused? I was for a bit haha.
I made half a dozen models tonight and slightly changed each of them but I only wanted to share the one I’m most proud of with you for now.
– The wind was still for a change… A rare respite during the sandstorm season. The old warrior made his rounds, dutifully, checking on the meagre food stores that dotted along a path only he and his undead crow could see. Despite his age, disfigurements and his dying sense of self the old warrior was still agile and alert. Still a lethal weapon if required to be. None of his kind dared cross him… not anymore at least. They left him to his inane and ritualistic routine.
Just like the old warrior the others each had their own task, a role to play, which therefore secured their place in the tribe. However, when called upon, all would unite for one purpose… To fight, to capture, to enslave and to kill all their enemies. –
For those of you that don’t know what the original/standard model looks like here it is.
A great looking model by all accounts but I wouldn’t be IRO if I didn’t tinker, tamper, cut, slice, glue and change haha.
The conversion was quite intricate in its execution and I won’t bore you with all the details. What I will say though is getting the bird placed just right was tough but exciting to achieve haha.
Thanks for stopping by.
Oh and as my new studio (The IRO Studio) is downstairs away from the family I can now play my music as loud as I like. Therefore (as a little homage to one of my favourite bloggers, TIM, and his musings) I’d like to let you all know, from now on, what I’ve been listening to.
The Masters Apprentice “Undecided”
As well as The Rumjacks Fistful O Roses