Saturday, 6 March 2010

Regimental HQ

Regimental Commander - Colonel Gravis

11 comments:

Crosser Modelling said...

Yey base detail! Brilliant model mate, love the headswap and the paintjob. The muted browns and purple really compliment the already complicated praetorian colourscheme rather than detract from it. Good to see it finished. Inspiring as always:)

Warhammer39999 said...

Every time I come to this site, I'm amazed at the quality of your work. Your sculpting blows me away every time, and the fact that you paint so well is just gravy.

Have you entered into/won a Golden Demon yet?

I can't believe I didn't have you on my blogroll until now...

CanolliCrusader said...

yea that frikken sweet....nuff said

keep it up man, your keep me going!

Jonathan said...

Beautiful conversion and paintjob. I really like you color choice on this mini. If I didn't already know that this was a conversion from a resin Commissar, I would have thought this mini was cast by GW themselves.

bsmoove said...

This is an absolutely stunning model. The conversion work is brilliant and the painting is really first rate. Your attention to detail, in particular, has me scratching my chin in awe.

This model lives.
Tremendous.

Da Masta Cheef said...

WOW! Just WOW!

sovietspace said...

Great work mate! A truly worthy model to represent yourself on the battlefield!

CommissarHarris said...

Stunning comander, nice groundwork. Where did the head come from?

Col.Gravis said...

Thanks guys :)

Theres actually very little greenstuff work involved on this guy, only as far as tidying up his back and the neck once I removed the original head and respirator for the head swap from a WFB Outrider.

I'll try an get round to taking some better pictures later on as these are a bit dark, the models away at my local GW at the moment, just won me a rather nice art print in a painting comp there :)

No I've never seriously entered a Golden Demon, I do have something in mind, but it may be another year before I get round to it I suspect.

Eltnot said...

Beautiful work as always, simple but elegant. Definitely one you can be proud of.

dood515 said...

Hey, I'm an exeter man myself. I saw that model in the cabinet not too long ago and thought it was really great. A rare army choice these days.