I finished the first plastic Escher Ganger! - The word 'gangster' gets a whole different meaning when it comes to the Necromunda Escher gang, doesn't it?
This was the first I did as a single miniature. I'll try to do three at the same time now, see how that pans out.
Let me know what you think, please! I'd love some feedback.
@ guardian31: She does have an unnaturally thin abdomen, I agree. Maybe she's better fit as some form of bounty hunter, like Mechanist suggested.
@ Eldrick Shadowblade: CHeers, I appreciate your comments always!
@ BCK: Ah thanks! Glad to see the source of them.
@ Subtle Discord: Haha dude, you are inspiring to me in much the same way.
@ DuskRaider: YES IT IS A GAME TO ME MUHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAA
@ Bjorn Firewalker: Well, the rationaly behind the blade being not on the front is that too much force would be excerted, which would bend the barrels - there's no reason why the barrels should be put to use as basically pole-axe poles. Where they're situated now I figure they act as a defensive rather than an offensive weapon - no-one in their right mind would dare to come close to the hull (to perhaps click on a mine or something) with the chance of being shred to pieces with those blades whirring so close to your head.
@ rednekkboss: Go get some! You'd do the most amazing work on them for sure!
@ NOOBIENOOBLET: I hate the praetors. Their poses are absolutely rubbish and a prime example of lazy sculpting.
@ Pyroclast91: Thank you!
@ firestorm40k: The skulls are from the Citadel Skull Kit, with the horns cut off and shaved to be smooth.
@ Mechanist: Thanks for the kind words - and you might be right about the sculpts. Glad to read you got inspired to work on your own chaosification projects!