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A side-project of mine that .. well .. you'll see in the next few months where it fits into things :D 
 
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For quite awhile now, i've had a bit of a low-key interest in teh Thorian faction(s) of the Inquisition. Ever since a little after I started taking a *proper* approach to metaphysics, theology etc. in my academic pursuits, I've kept finding elements that wind up being 'bolted together' to inform Thorian fluff & doctrine [or, i suppose, *hoped for eventual results* unerpinning the greatest gamble in human history] in my head. 
 
So it was perhaps inevitable that I'd find myself putting together a shadowy band of 'activist'-inclined Thorians on a yet-to-be-revealed [to you lot, anywya] 'mission' of sorts. 
 
The consequences, of course, potentially having the ability ot completely reshape the Imperium as we know it.
 
Now, the four miniatures we've got here are only the beginning of it - what will likely eventually find itself at the scale of a lower-key 40k force; and I haven't properly fleshed out characterizations, personalities, the actual Inquisition [bar one whom we'll be meeting shortly as soon as I get a photo sorted..plus his Life Ward] at the center of all this and other such things yet. 
 
The basic idea with three outta these four is that they're from a sort of Scion-equivalent chamber militant for the Thorian group in question; equipped with a range of milspec and even more arcane technology , and outfitted as the quite clearly religious nutjob/holy-warrior zealots they both believe themselves to be and conduct themselves as [hence the halo'd heads - which iirc I think I borrowed the idea for from Migsula in his latest 'Thorn Moons' project].
 
Oh and uh ... as for the fourth chap - well, he's a Combat Lawyer. The concept being that he's there [armed with his law-book] to very loudly point out that these chaps *aren't* a body of men under arms in service of the Ecclesiarchy and therefore *are* legal under Imperial Law, so please stop shooting at us! "I say, I say! " 
 
Anyway, on with the show.
 
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The first miniature is comprised of a kit-bash I've had on my mind for awhile now, but twisted with som recent additions. I can't remembre who it was on Ammobunker that did Scion legs plus Sanguinary Guard torso ... but it definiitely made an impression. I see this chap as being the lord commander of these Resurrectionist-Militant armed forces; as befitted by the full-on plumed helmet and rather more impressive lightning-bolt halo'ery he's got on his head; as well as the overall more ornate, heavier and straight-out relic'd up [very precise use of language there] armour. Weaponwize, the rather archaic looking plasma pistol ['The Right Hand of th eEmperor's Judgement' or The Emperor's Right Hand of Judgement or something] further going to show status and rank; whilst the Custodes Halberd-esque short-spear [which will *deliberately* be in simulacrum of one of the Golden Guard's weapons .. which may or may not considerably *bemus* any *actual* Custodes he should happen to run into...] really does serve to set him apart as something else. Thighplates, which were necessary to visually 'balance' him in the absene of the Scion chestpiece's hippery, come from the Alpha Legion Headhunters. And the backpack, which combines both a laud-hailer and power-generation/storage capabilities is a cadian command vox with the addition of a Marine backpack exhaust/stabilization unit. Haven't quite worked out what the blood-drops will symbolize here, but presumably the Emperor's sacrifice and the medium by which He On Earth might yet be renewed!
 
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Next up, we have a power-fist equipped Champion; made in the main from the Genestealer Cultist warrior character thingie from teh Overkill box, with a Marine-sized power-fist and plasma-pistol. Once again, seriously high tech - particularly in concert with the environmentally-sealed explorator suit [although obviously, not *quie* as flash as the straight-up powered-torso of the lord; and it's quite possible that the Neophyte arms+legs instead of Scion mean lighter protection than his fellows]; and the longcoat helps to convey a certain clandestineness .. even despite teh facth e's got a ruddy great halo and a flashing energy-glove. 
 
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Third, we have the first Thorian that Umbral and I whipped up a few months ago, in a partial state of paintjob-completeness [stilll a few details to sort, but the scheme is *mostly* in place here, i feel]; this one being a Medicae/biologis-specialist sort [hence the briefcase] and equipped accordingly [although what that battery-unit 'neath the power-pack on his back is for ... ] 
 
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And finally, we have the aforementioned Combat Lawyer; deliberatey kept unarmed - for the sheer force of Imperial Law in a capable mind and tongue is surely the most formidable weapon in the galaxy! Parslist being Cadian Command kneeling legs, Greatswords torso, Empire Wizard book and head, Neophyte Hybrid right arm, and Empire Militia left. Sorted!
 
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Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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Pretty COOL !!! . that last ones head reminds me of Ming the Merciless every time I see it.


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This is awesome, a blast from the past using modeling options of today.  What a great idea, nice work, please continue.


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Hmm...I always envisioned the Tholians as more insect-like,...oh wait...<puts 40K visor on>....

 

Great kitbashes. I really need to get some of those Genestealer guys, I like them every time I see them in a conversion.

 

I do have to say though, that the Combat Lawyer is my favorite. I may just have to come up with some sort of equivalent. Great idea.

 

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As promised, another two Thorians - this time, from a separate project and end of the spectrum; representing a young Inquisitor of the Ordo Astartes who's become something of a 'closet' Thorian, and his Life Ward. 
 
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Now, these are two miniatures that just sort of 'came together'. I'd seen a conversion somewhere on Pinterest [and, as far as i can tell, originally from Ammobunker] which sought ot use the Deathwatch Watch Master plus some Terminator shoulderpads to make for a rather original looking Inquisitor in powered armour [it works out rather better when all the Marines around are truescale, becaus then this is quite clearly more 'human' sized power-armour]. 
 
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But, of course, us being us, we didn't want to use somebody else's idea 'straight'. So instead of the Emperor's Children shoulderpads that chap had used, a more 'brutal' set of Tartaros, with chains and aquilas also added, and covered in purity seals. 
 
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The staff-weapon has been changed from the original Guardian Spear or whatever it's called, into some form of force-weapon - the bearer being a somewhat potent psyker, able to project his abilities down its shaft and out through the striking field ... with digital-lasers in the eye-sockets of the skull for a backup [hence the trigger mechanism being retained down the bottom]. Although what manner of device the arm-tumbler is ... 
 
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Now, the backpack is iirc from the 30th Anniversary Mk.VI 'Rogue Trader' Marine; both because it is definitely *not* a 'modern' Astartes backpack , but also becasue it looks rather specialized and 'artificer', so to speak - 'archaeo' perhaps. 
 
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There's those chains...
 
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Oh, and as for hte head - well, it's from the Empire Greatswords kit; and nicely represents both the youth and nobility of the character in question. 
 
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In our heads, he's a young and rather brash/foolhardy Inquisitor only very recently elevanted to the Rosette [the sheer size differential between the small , human-sized head and the rather massive hulking power-armour in amidst those Tartaroi shoulderpands really does help to  convey the appropriate characterization here! A young-ish man arguably outsized by the nature of the duties which are upon him :P [to say nothing of the potential adversaries... ]. Thie powered armour, then, is a dual reflection of his personality: not yet having acquired the 'subtlety' of a more experienced Inquisitor ... and requiring superior protective capacity as a partial result of that. [and also refelcting his generalized  arrogance as both a youth and a high-born from an elite noble house somewhere ... hence also why he has a Life Ward, and is in a position to be affording such bespoke creations as a personalized suit of power-armour]. [it also presumably helps, in the Ordo Astartes, having Powered Armour,  considering the nature of that which is watched ...]
 
Although as we can see from the inking on his face, what he's seen and experienced 'on the job' is already 'robbing' him of innocence and leaving him a much more cynical figure with a *liiiitle* bit less of a rash penchant for overconfidence ... 
 
 
 
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Meanwhile, teh Life Ward is kinda the 'opposite' after a sort - a much more aged, experienced figure with far more in the way of hard-won knowledge and wisdom. A combination of advisor/mentor to the young lad, as well as one sworn to protect him dating back to his days as a scion of a noble house. 
 
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The base-miniature for this was one of the Empire DUellists [the other one is in one of my other Inquisitorial warbands, armed with dual plasma pistols ... ]; and again, the physical features of hte miniature helped to inform his characterization - he looks like an older chap who was very much this role to me wehn I was a slightly younger man, and has been painted up to match. 
 
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Only serious alterations to him have been the turning of his sword into a full-on powered-weapon spear, posisbly wiht hte use of a Greatsword arm [I forget, it's been awhile since he was put together by Umbral]; that's literally it. And he's good to go!
 
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Very nice aged, haggard sort of face - a thin, weaselly features anyway [fully cognisant of just how dangerous  acornered weasel can be, whe ni say that], but yet sprightly & spry enough to 'throw down' with much younger fighters who may underestimate the older figure, and keep up iwth his charge even *out* of powered armour. Probably surprisingly adroit with that long spear, let alone the blade at hsi belt.
 
And with hte medals helping to inform miliary experience - as a Guard veteran, assumedly, whicch is where his skills and talents would have been first won and then honed. 
 
All in all, a pretty solid pair, and one which go together really well in my humble opinion. 

Also, cheers for the positive words, all! Keep 'em coming! It's one of the prime motivators for us to keep trying new and interesting things and hten posting 'em up here. 

Trust me, though, when I say the most interesting stuff is yet to come... [like, in a few weeks though] 


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Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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Now, this is an Imperial miniature that I haven't *quite* worked out a place for yet, but which I'm posting here on the presumption that it mght wind up involved in the Inquisitor's retinue - certainly has the right 'aesthetic'.
 
 Basically, I wanted to do a 'proof of concept' for a Storm Trooper or Inquisitorial Stormtrooper that wasn't just a Scion. I mean, don't get me wrong - the Scion kit has some very legit elements ... but I have a functional aversion to just assembling almost *anything* 'out of the box', paticularly if the parts are being used quite frequently on other miniatures [like the Thorians themselves, for instance]. 
 
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So with that in mind , i decided to try and put together a miniature that still ccarried the 'cut-above' [some might say 'elitist'] elements of the Scions' modelling & fluff , while also being recognizeably an Imperial soldier [rather than, say, a one-off character from outside of a defined military hierarchy like many of my Inquisition crusaders and such] ... AND managing to carry basically the same panoply of war as the Scions [i.e. carapace armour and a hellgun], whle definitely not being one that was wearing, say, different trousers as a cunning disguise or something.
 
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This ... turned out to be a surprisingly difficult task, not least because the Scion arms and hellgun are mostly both integral, and require wiring up to a particular backpack unit [I kinda wanted to use something 'lighter' to both differentiate the 'vibe' from the Scions, as well as perhaps to suggest one that isn't as long-term self-sufficient in the field as a Scion would be with their Paratrooper vibe]. 
 
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And because I spent *aaaages* umming and ahhing over what head to give him - I didn't want to go *too* medieval by using a Greatswords head with a helmet, i' already used most of the non-helmeted heads i have available ... and then last night [some weeks after putting mot of it together], I decided to try out the Cadian Command head with teh SS-esque Ski-cap. It instantl just seem to *fit*. 
 
I then decided to see about adding something to make hte figure more 'militarized' in a contemporary-ish sense. Started out with a simple combat blade .. the nwondered about an axe [from Bretonnian Men-At-Arms kit], coz i got a kind of 'woodsman' vibe from him, and an axe seemed to be an interesting ly brutal close assault weaopn and tool. 
 
This didn't *quite* work, but nevertheless looked pretty cool. And then I attempted the mace-style thing that i've previousy used as a 'potato-masher' style stick-grenade on my 'Trench-Runner' Iron Warriors for our Heresy game. Yup, looked pretty decent IMO, even the grey tail-effect looked 'right'. 
 
Not sure if it's a grenade or simply a club for him, so added some grenades on his other flank just to be sure; although unfortunately no room for a knife pdue to an arm position]. A Neophyte-Hybrid backpack worked out pretty well for the Hellgun power-pack, althoug hif i decide to do any more this way it's uh .. it's going to make for a bit of an expensive approach! Even before I start wondering about converting other miniatures iwth the same cap...
 
All up, conveys quite nicely the idea of an 'Elite' and hard-wearing soldier, probably from a Germanic-ish culture on a forested world ... that's nevertheless got the right level of 'pomp' going with the legs and the emblazoned chest  to be in frequent proximity to the Nobility [hell, perhaps even being a lesseer one himself at some point]. 

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Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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Looks like he is wearing slippers instead of proper foot wear . tongue.png


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Looks like he is wearing slippers instead of proper foot wear . tongue.png

Lol! Drat! Right you are on that one! Gosh, i should have checked the thread *before* undercoating him ... I uh ... hm, I wonder if there's anything i might do about that.

Good catch, though - because i've been using greatsword legs for my 'Conquistador' style Guard for my Webway project, so they may need the same treatment! 

On the ohter hand, perhaps i could just do the bits that are the top of hte shoes as 'anklets' of sorts and have everything up to just below the knee in black to connotate a boot without any physical alterations. 

[alternatively .. something someting Inquisitorial Storm-Troopers wearing ballet slippers so as to sneak up on you better :P


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Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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[alternatively .. something someting Inquisitorial Storm-Troopers wearing ballet slippers so as to sneak up on you better tongue.png ]

Well, nobody expects them anyway, why'd they need to sneak about!? o.Ô

Btw, I love your kitbashes, this is some really inspiring stuff. I've had to subscribe to the thread, of course...
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[alternatively .. something someting Inquisitorial Storm-Troopers wearing ballet slippers so as to sneak up on you better tongue.png ]

Well, nobody expects them anyway, why'd they need to sneak about!? o.Ô

Btw, I love your kitbashes, this is some really inspiring stuff. I've had to subscribe to the thread, of course...

 

Thanks :D If you like the material in this thread, you may also find conversions of interest in some of the other project-threads myself and Umbral have going [the presently active ones are this, my Webway project with Dark/Eldar, Inquisitorial interlopers etc. etc., my 'Medieval' AdMech effort ['putting the Priest back in Tech-Priest,', indeed], our Unification Wars exploration [Thunder Warriors, Proto-Astartes, Albian Ironsides Army of Unification, Egyptian-style Tech-warlord etc. etc.] , our Inq-style Horus Heresy stuff [EVERYTHING.MUST.BE.TRUESCALED [including a Custodes]; and some rather nifty warbands from various legions, Agents of the Sigillite, Mortal Auxilia etc. etc.];  , the thread covering my Adamanticores chapter and their AdMech allies [once again, everything's truescaled and there's osme quite 'different' vibes for both the Marines and the Mechanicus to what you usually see], and of cousre - the log that started it all [before kinda being paused a bit while all of the above started happening] .. InquisiNecronMunda

In any case .. as for why he migth be in slippers despite nobody expecting them - well, how *else* is he going to maintain SURPRISE as his greatest weapon. 

No wait, SURPRISE and FEAR ... 

No wait, SURPRISE and FEAR and RUTHLESS EFFICIENCY ... 

No wait .. let me come in again. 


Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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The artificer armored Inquisitor is well done.
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Sisters of Battle+ Fenrisian Beer- Inhibitions- Sanity= Trouble! (Order of the Blazing Heart Rocket Punch Pimp Magnet She-Wolf)

 

Reasons to use the Steel Crusaders ('Codex: Space Marines' supplement): Because you think giving Sternguard Veterans a heavy bolter wtih special issue HEAVY BOLTER ammunition is ALMOST as much fun as shoehorning an Earthshaker cannon into a Land Raider.

 

Reasons to use the Iron-hearted Angels ('Codex: Blood Angels' supplement): Because you think the Librarian Dreadnought needs Furious Charge AND It Will Not Die to beat down a Chaos-worshiping punk and his Defiler, while a Stormraven needs a Vanquisher cannon to beat down this punk's Heldrake.


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Wow! Love the conversions you have done. Every time I see people converting models for use as inquisitors and retinues I'm always inspired to make some of my own. Again, great work; looking forward to seeing more of your creations.


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Thanks for positive feedback :D

Now, for my next effort ...
 

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This was one of those miniatures that I started out with a vaaaague idea of how to do, wound up substantively changing in the execution to something both more 'manageable' and 'dynamic' ... and then once everything was *mostly* in place, had sudden flights of fancy about that lead to an additional hour and a half or so being put into minutiae. 
 
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At the start of the process, I guess I just wanted more Thorians - and figured that a logical place to start would be a special weapons operator, like a meltagunner or something. The Scions armsets handily having just such a weapon handy. 
 
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However, one thing lead to another and i started wondering about giving him another weapon that'd make a little more obvious connection with the Neophyte Hybrid backpack i'd already glued onto his torso. So I started wondering about a plasma-gunner [particularly since they're rather more useful in the latest round of rules]. Although the Scion plasma-gunner arm is uh ... well, it's nice for a once-off, but i'm not quite sure how you're supposed to make more use of them across an entire army or whatever. So instead, he got a Cadian Command arm. 
 
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Which would be one thing ... but then i realied that he'd look a bit mismatched and under-equipped on that arm in comparison to the Scion left-arm i'd picked out [after much deliberation - and because it worked out quite well with the overall posing of the legs etc]. Hence why I wound up spending such an inordinate amount of time attempting to up-tech the Cadian arm - with a pretty fiddly series of 'additions' starting with the back of the hand, and then snakng its way all the way to the rear of the miniature. Perhaps it's part of the pressure-release system or hte fuel-mechanism for the plasma-gun. 
 
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Good grief I sometimes need to learn to just leave stuff as-is. Not least because i'd *juuust* gotten up to the *final* join between the two sets of tubing, when all o a sudden a *snap* was heard, taking the whole initial part of the mechanism off ... 
 
Anyway, all sorted now; and with a healthy array of gubbinz, grenades, miscellaneous tubes, a knife, and other such things to cover the rather large holes between the Scion legs and the Neophyte Hybrid torso. 
 
I also added a bone-on-rope from the Flagellants kit to the backpack, for the purposes of reminding that these guys are devout followers of Imperial Saints and such. A relic therefore seemed entirely appropriate! 
 
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All in all, I think it's a pretty decent effort if I do say so myself. Has a sense of action, credible equipment, and adequate 'characterization' going. 
 
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Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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Very nice conversions! Really like your Inquisition so far! thumbsup.gif

 

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The converted 'Age of Sigmar' model looks promising. Will you paint him in gold?
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Reasons to use the Steel Crusaders ('Codex: Space Marines' supplement): Because you think giving Sternguard Veterans a heavy bolter wtih special issue HEAVY BOLTER ammunition is ALMOST as much fun as shoehorning an Earthshaker cannon into a Land Raider.

 

Reasons to use the Iron-hearted Angels ('Codex: Blood Angels' supplement): Because you think the Librarian Dreadnought needs Furious Charge AND It Will Not Die to beat down a Chaos-worshiping punk and his Defiler, while a Stormraven needs a Vanquisher cannon to beat down this punk's Heldrake.


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The converted 'Age of Sigmar' model looks promising. Will you paint him in gold?

Lol, interesting you think of him as a converted AoS model, when the only AoS part on him is the head :P It shows just how .. i guess 'iconic' those Sigmarine heads have actually become, in a way.

And the scheme for that part of the miniature, in-line iwth the prototype Thorian stormtrooper from aaaaaaaaages ago, is ushabti bone on hte actual face-mask, and retributor armour gold along the 'halo' section. With the rest of the mini being a drybrsuhed bone-grey on the ribbing/webbing, and gold along the raised sections, and some o the larger 'armour' parts being done up in leadbelcher. Posssibly a dark-ish grey for some other armour sections, and the plasmaa-gun? 

I kinda wanted to keep a combination of 'austere' and 'mysterious' [austerious?] for the colourschemes that nevertheless still spoke obliquely of the Holyness of thei roverarching mission. 


Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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Anyway, my fingers are rarely idle for long ... and i finally managed to get this miniature to where I was happy with it - a process that's taken a few weeks from initial conceptualization through to execution and tweaking! Initially, I had the banner-bearing arm frrom teh Empire GEneral kit on there, on th eleft ... but that seemed both kinda static/staid and i couldn't work out what to do wit hthe right arm to make something dynamic and approprpiately armed out of the Scion parts. 
 
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This provided something of a roadblock for me for a few weeks, before I finally realized that the Empire GEneral lance-arm would maek for a very excellent 'living' so to speak arm-pose, as well as allowing me to use a nicely posed Scions left arm to complete the look. 
 
The rest of the partsmix is the 'standard' for the upper-ranking Thorian combat troops: Scion legs, Blood Angels Sanguinary Guard torso, Sigmarine head, and a Cadian Command vox-caster backpack for the power-unit. I've modded this with a Mechanicum censer-y thing form the Skitarii kit [presumably it's dispensing incense as well as exhaust .. coz relics] , a key from teh Flagellants box [I really wanted to put a key on him - presumably to unlcok som relic cabinet somewehre .. origninally it was wher teh purity seals on teh front are, bu they just look better there imo, so i was wondering where to put it]; and a lensed sensorial device also from a Skitarii backpack. 
 
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The bitz around his beltline are a purity seal form the Grey Knights terminators kit, a pouch-and-blade from teh Bretonnian peasants, two control-units from Cadian Guard HQ respirators, a small reliquae which has had a grenade cut off it from the GK Terminators, and a length of tubing plus a data-plug made out of another part of a Guard HQ respirator and the end of one o the Flagellant weapons. I think it nicely gets across the idea that he's pretty heavily equipped ... but not so much with "combat" items per se [or at least, not *direclty* combat items], but rather with relics of the Saints the Thorians are so incredibly keen on! Initially, the control-pad things were supposed to do temperature or something in teh reliquae and elsewehre, but we'll see what they wind up working out as. 
 
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Now, the Standard itself is from the Tomb Kings skeletons box [i foret precisely where i got the additional pole length from - mght have been either a Cadian or a Scion hq-banner] - and in my head, the halo'd skull effect both kinda mirrors the Thorian troops' own halo'd face helms, while also actually being some Imperial Saint's own cranium enshrined as a relic and held aloft for all to see! [the fact it's ... rather *larger* than a Human skull is ... well, I'm sure these guys know what they're doing!] A bit of bending was required to get it to 'hang' right, but I think it's looking pretty 'natural' :) [insofar as an item of human(?) remains surrounded by gold and held aloft on a stick by a zealous super-soldier can be, of course ...] I did previously considr having another reliquae on top of his back-pack, either on top of hte censer or instead ofi t - but i just couldn't seem to find something that looked 'right'. Everything that suggseted itself was either too tall and wound up 'overpowering' the rest of the miniature [not least because this is *still* supposed to be a highly trained, highly competent, highly mobile soldier - rather than simply a slowly perambulating museum-custodian, so the height factor was kinda important ... ]; or just didn't seem impressive and "Relic"-y enough. I've still got a few of those ideas written down, so they may yet see the surface on some miniatures which are similarly Relic-obsessed ... but not *quite* as Combat Pragmatist in orietnation. We'll see.
 
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Looks pretty good 'in action' shot down the barrel, as well :D 
 
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All up, I reckon it's one of the conversions I've done that I'm most pleased iwth, thus far :D Lotta character, and a very visually distinctive model that you can pretty much immediatley work out what he's about. 
 
He's clearly both somebod who means "business" as an active combatant (without being somebody whose *prime* function is that of a death-dealing super-trooper ... just a secondary one :P ], as well as being a walking provisioner of inspiration and rallying to his comrades. 

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Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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Maybe the skull in the banner is a rare example of a sainted abhuman?

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Maybe the skull in the banner is a rare example of a sainted abhuman?

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either that or somebody's mixed up something somewhere :P 

LIke, the bit from Trazyn's fluff [iirc that's the Necron character I'm thinking of? Trollzyn anyway] wherein he apparently has the head of St Sebastian Thor .. all *three* of them ... appears to suggst that the Imperium, as with historical religions here on Earth, isn't always 100% accurate with what's what and who's bits are where, with ample room for forgeries, fakes, and other peculiarities even amongst the higher classes.

This might be exactly such an instance.

Or, perhaps, and this'll play int osome stuff you'll see later ... it might be an Astartes skull ... 


Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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The Standard Bearer looks promising.
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Sisters of Battle+ Fenrisian Beer- Inhibitions- Sanity= Trouble! (Order of the Blazing Heart Rocket Punch Pimp Magnet She-Wolf)

 

Reasons to use the Steel Crusaders ('Codex: Space Marines' supplement): Because you think giving Sternguard Veterans a heavy bolter wtih special issue HEAVY BOLTER ammunition is ALMOST as much fun as shoehorning an Earthshaker cannon into a Land Raider.

 

Reasons to use the Iron-hearted Angels ('Codex: Blood Angels' supplement): Because you think the Librarian Dreadnought needs Furious Charge AND It Will Not Die to beat down a Chaos-worshiping punk and his Defiler, while a Stormraven needs a Vanquisher cannon to beat down this punk's Heldrake.


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Cool use of the Tombkings- banner! Though I think it would fit even better to a sanguinary guard-head... rolleyesclean.gif


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Cool use of the Tombkings- banner! Though I thikn it would fit even better to a sanguinary guard-head... rolleyesclean.gif

Lol yeah, fair point. And it's something that I did actually try on a previous dry-fit of another of the Thorian storm-troops. The trouble is that the Sanguinary Guard heads are significantly larger in just about all particulars as compared to the Sigmarine heads - thus creating a situation wherein on the human-sized frame [broadly speaking, the commander and standard bearer are obiously evne *more* up-armoured about the torso], it comes to both 'dominate' and look rather top-heavy or 'out of scale'. This is because Marine heads of an unhelmeted variety are larger than human ones, as one would expect. So when one adds a helmet ... 

I might wind up doing something with some of the Sanguinary guard heads [because you're right -they're very cool and thematically appropriate] for some of the later, non-Storm Trooper figures based on larger miniatures. [There's also something wiht one of the Empire Wizard heads that i want to try out, likewies]. 
 


Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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a small update - was over at Umbral's place yesterday, and he presented me with these beauties. An Exorcist marine, and a Rogue Trader/conman type. 
 
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We'd discussed an idea around Exorcists as applies the Thorian concept awhile back, so this chap wasn't a complete surprise; but the Merkant definitely was. And a most welcome one at that! Base minis are the Empire Merchant and one of the more recent terminator armoured Marhine characters [I forget which one - might be a chaplain]. With accenting provided from a pretty broad range of kits - and the shoulderpad being from iirc maybe the Primaris librarian? {a surprisingly spot-on fit for thExorcists} 
 
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Now in terms of where they'll likely show up in-game ... well, you'll just have to wait and see :P But it likely won't be til the Thorians' 'deeper' levels are xplored. 
 
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But yeah, churr Umbral :D These'll paint up a treat ! 
 
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Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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In the mean-time...
 
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Awhile ago, I bought a Sector imperialis or whatever it's called of Cities of Death buildings, with a view to constructing some ship interiors, and other such terrain. This ... hasn't yet eventuated for a number of reasons (mainly because we keep finding new projects to get swept up in), meaning it's just been languishing in Umbral's closet. 
 
However, at some point over the past day or two or so I had one of my Ideas, and started building the inside of a Thorian installation [perhaps a space-station or somesuch]. 
 
Wasn't quite sure where to start, so this kinda came together as a Decontamination Room between the main base and a sealed lab of some sort. 
 
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To that end, I started with a door [which i cut out the actual door from to re-add later as needed] with guardian statuary and entrance keypads; then built up a floor-section to go inside using vented floor-tiles from the various sprues, cut off their main  stretches. 
 
I then attemtped to work out how to add the four wall-units between the doors - which was a helluvalot more difficult than i thought it would be, because i wanted to get more of the detail that usually goes on the *outside* of a building, on the inside - the long scroll-roll which may have decontam instructions, for instance, or the AdMech fan unit [that latter one in particular required some rather hefty trimming of the bottom of the tile in order to have it fit over the top of the floor-units]. 
 
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Matters got even *more* convoluted when it came to putting the *other* door unit onto the rear of the piece - as I had to cut off one of the moulded-on strut-joist things from the side to get it to fit, and it would appear that the Mechanicus building tiles don't *quite* play nicely with the other sets, by virtue of being a little larger or different shaped. 
 
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Another corner-piece added to the front right completed and strengthened the whole thing. [minus the addition to the AdMech control/generator tile on the front left]
 
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Anyway, it's a little 'rough and ready, although I dare say most of the  things i was headaching about this morning while doing this either aren't particularly noticeable or won't be after a thorough paint-job. 
 
Next up, should probably do some corridors, other rooms and suchlike. 

Vox Stellarum efforts:
The Unyielding Adamanticores [truescale Astartes, auxilia, and sectorial AdMech; M37/38]
The Haunting Harii of Hvergelmir [truescale Astartes ... and associates] 
The Unification Wars [truescale Thunder Warriors, (Proto-)Astartes, Army of Unification, Aegyptian-style Proto-Mechanicus raiders, etc.] 
Combat Archaeology [Tomb Raiding for Fun & Prophet] 
Horus Heresy [truescale loyalist IVth, VIIIth; Agents of the Sigillite; VIth; and so much more; and Umbral's amazing Traitors] 
The Worlds-Wide Webway [(Dark) Eldar, Imperial Inquisition, an a-maze-ing realmweave of fear and wondermeant]
Thorian Inquisition [some rather different Inquisitorial Storm Troopers, true-scale Fire Hawks, Black Dragon, Inquisitor and associates, etc.] 
For Whom The Great Bell Tolls Thrice [attempts to put the 'priest' back in 'tech-priest' with more-medieval mechanicus] 
InquisiNecronMunda [the log that incepted it all - at least two Inquisitors, truescale Deathwatch, local enforcers, cultists, etc.] 


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