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Title: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 10 February 2013, 06:37:53 PM
I'm starting a sisters of battle army and thought I would post pics of my progress.

The army feel is going to be a small force of SOBs who have called the local defence force as well as some locals citizens to arms.

I've painted my first unit of SOB and I must say I'm pleased with my self, 'feast your eyes!'

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/A485AA80-F4E7-4F53-9618-0642CDDE696C-14364-00000DA0D29870B0.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/EF62783B-3B48-4F1B-9960-1A7CE34620BF-14364-00000DA0D9117853.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/69631B8A-3A1B-4C09-9B9F-D1518A6DCA23-14364-00000DA0DF89BFCC.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/EF4275C4-3BBF-4949-B4CF-F06F4BC9F1F7-14364-00000DA0E7E20E9A.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/7D37D729-51A7-4596-B273-4ACFA00BF07F-14364-00000DA0EE164046.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 11 February 2013, 09:33:23 AM
and this relates to 10mm Pendraken, how?


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: mad lemmey on 11 February 2013, 09:39:25 AM
and this relates to 10mm Pendraken, how?

 ;D :-bd GordonY


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: goat major on 11 February 2013, 09:46:15 AM
Looks good Vulpine. There's a good feeling of coldness and the overall muted tones work well to achieve this. You are a brave man going for SOB - it's going to be wallet bustingly expensive! Having said that - there's something very appealing about an army of Debby Harry lookalikes  :)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: OldenBUA on 11 February 2013, 10:26:38 AM
and this relates to 10mm Pendraken, how?

To be fair, it does state that is for general wargaming topics. But I agree that there would be better places to showcase this project than the Pendraken forum.

Then again, you can always ignore, and move on to other topics, no?


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 11 February 2013, 05:17:05 PM
To be fair, it does state that is for general wargaming topics. But I agree that there would be better places to showcase this project than the Pendraken forum.

Then again, you can always ignore, and move on to other topics, no?

Spot on... This is the forum I hang out at. The models I paint as part of my hobby go on to this site... There not posted in Pendraken models, there posted in 'genral', one section called jokes, do they have to be jokes about 10mm models? No

Why waist time posting negative posts. The models are painted nicely.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 12 February 2013, 12:29:08 AM
No its posted in Painting and Modelling.

and FYI waist is the area your belt goes round.

waste is the paint that went onto these abominations.

General is an area of wide interest.

Genral isnt even a word in American English.

Learn to speak your own language.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 12 February 2013, 07:23:21 AM
Yes but not Pendraken painting and modelling. I defiantly painted them and they are models.

GordonY, first of all, we have chatted loads of times about various things, including our dogs and such so I didn't expect this. I don't understand your beef at all.

Second thing, if you have seen my posts before you will have noticed I have various spelling mistakes. I'm heavily dyslexic (a word I had to look up on google), so I have always struggled.

Your a moderator, if putting GW models up is such a crime, mod this page and remove it. TBH I thought it could be anything, 10mm, 15mm, 25mm as long as it was to do with modelling and painting. Leon does some 25mm models also. And my doctor who models, should they be removed? They ain't Pendraken, I sculpted them. Same as Barbarians Chaos, he sculpted them.

If my crimes are the love of nice models at 25, 15 and 10mm and spelling mistakes... "I'm guilty!" Get the noose mate.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Sean67 on 12 February 2013, 01:12:52 PM
I'm with you Vulpine I love your Doctor Who figures and dare I say it other figures not Pendraken both 10mm and otrher Scales :d
GordonY I know you're a moderator but surely there's better things to do with your time than this pettiness.
Anyone who reads Vullpines Posts would know that he has difficulty with some words Shouldn't knock.
My Old Mam used to tell me if you have nothing nice to say don't say anything. :P :-[

hope the Grammar police find my post correct. :o
Sean 8)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 12 February 2013, 01:26:44 PM
Iffen you check other peoples posts, you'll find that the posters are apologising for some of their 10mm stuff not being Pendraken, and the non-Pendraken stuff isnt even the subject of the photo. Try posting a piccie of some nice 10mm Pendraken stuff of a GW forum, and see how long it stays there. Vulpine, the whole forum is funded and run by Dave and Leon whose whole business and livelyhood is 10mm Pendraken, go figure what they want to see here. Nik Harwood has a multitude of 2mm and 6mm armies and yet you'll never find any piccies on this forum and he's the Painting and Modelling mod here, also you'll never find me posting any piccies of my Dystopian or Flintloque stuff. Enuff said.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: mad lemmey on 12 February 2013, 02:03:52 PM
Sorry if I upset Vulpine.
I do, however agree with Gordan, I paint loads of stuff by other manufactures, and try to keep it off here. That's what Blogs and Facebook are great for though...

Personally, nice paint job. not my style. How you doing your snow?


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 12 February 2013, 02:14:42 PM
If I'm wrong about posting 40k up here, I apologise, however, I always understud it as

"Pendraken Painting and modelling" was Pendraken only

"Wargames Painting and modelling"  surly it's none Pendraken?

As for posting none 40k stuff on IGMD etc. I wouldn't bother because they are mostly idiots who hang around there and nah say and take the p**s, that's why I came here, it's a nice neutral ground for all gamers, regardless of what sytem you play.

Put it this way GordonY, if you came round my place and had a look in my gaming room for a look, I wouldn't hide any models away. Any mate who came in my place I'd show all, and I see this forum as a contact to "like mined people"/mates . I have one mate who is only GW (At the moment!) and I show him 10mm stuff, he's fine with that as its linked to his hobby as much as the models above are linked with your hobby.

Snow base... It's actually a grey gravel from... (Can't remember the company, they do train stuff, green bags??) so it gives a frosted dirt look, I'm going to add a thin layer of snow also.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Leon on 12 February 2013, 03:32:28 PM
This is a tricky one to work through, and I can understand both sides of the argument.  Let's try and keep it civil though, no need for things to get personal.

From a business point of view, and Gordon is right here, this is our livelihood, and we make a living selling 10mm figures.  The Forum is an extension of the website, and helps to show off our new stuff, other peoples painted goodies, tempt others into new periods maybe.  Having competitors products being shown off isn't top of our preferences, as it's potentially tempting folk away and costing us sales.

The other side of it though, and where Vulpine is correct, is that this is a community of people with a common hobby, and we want everyone to feel welcome to post whatever they think would be of interest to the other members.  If this is occasionally something outside the Pendraken realm, then maybe that's not such a bad thing?

So, in an attempt at compromise, I've set up a new board purely for non-Pendraken projects.  I've put a bit of info in there as well as to what's allowed, and if anything appears which is essentially spam, I'll be deleting it.  If the new board gets a decent level of traffic/interest, then we'll keep it.  If no one bothers with it, then it'll get binned.

 8)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Techno on 12 February 2013, 04:09:38 PM
I don't think you could be any fairer than that Leon.

Cheers - Phil.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: ianrs54 on 12 February 2013, 05:08:57 PM
  Let's try and keep it civil though, no need for things to get personal.


Why - you acused me of living Cheshire the other day - almost as bad asy I'm Welsh.

IanS  :D


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Leon on 12 February 2013, 05:21:33 PM
Why - you acused me of living Cheshire the other day - almost as bad asy I'm Welsh.

IanS  :D

True or false - You are closer to Wales than Chester?

 :-\ :D


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Matt J on 12 February 2013, 05:23:45 PM
IIRC in Chester it is still legal to kill a welshman as long as it is after dark and with an arrow


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 12 February 2013, 05:48:18 PM
Sounds good to me


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: mad lemmey on 12 February 2013, 07:47:51 PM
Chester has to have the city gates closed and it must be shot from a crossbow.
On the Long Mynd in Shropshire, you get a shilling and you have to use a longbow!
You can still demand a pint of beer whilst sitting your finals at Oxford university, but they will fine you the cost for not wearing your sword during exams.
Meanwhile all black cabs in London still have to carry a bale of hay in the boot...


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 12 February 2013, 08:25:15 PM
Sounds like the fairest solution all round Leon, as for the spelling comment Vulp you have my apologies, I was having an extremely bad day and you got the brunt of it. I was supposed to take delivery of a new Retriever puppy this weekend and I got a phone call from the breeder saying it wasnt gonna happen, turns out the little fellow has a defect known as a liver-shunt, his blood flows past his liver instead of through it. Poor wee man, every time he eats he's poisoning himself, I was in absolute bits over that news.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Techno on 12 February 2013, 09:09:47 PM
Really feel for you Gordon.  :(
So sorry to hear that.
Best wishes - Phil.



Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: mad lemmey on 12 February 2013, 09:25:16 PM
Sorry Gordon, man that's rough.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 12 February 2013, 09:48:35 PM
Well on the upside I've spent all day on the phone, and due to a time-waster pulling out I have booked a new wee boy henceforth to be called Angus, the breeders kids named him Mr Tubbington, so you should have an idea of his pysique, collecting him him on Sunday.

Here he is just after his first bath.

(http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n17/GordonY/DSCF4080_zps87cfcc7e.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Techno on 12 February 2013, 10:39:26 PM
 :) :) :-bd


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 12 February 2013, 10:51:48 PM
No Probz GY... I wasn't offended, spelling ain't my strong point but I'm really funny, a nice bloke and I run a decent company, so I have different pros. Didn't want pity, just pointing out that that ain't one of the things I'm good at.

Sorry bout the pup, when I first got Toby (my choc lab) I was told by the vet that he had problems with his feet (both his back legs pointed inwards) some type of mussel defect, I remember (and still feel guilty for it now) my wife said I should hug him but I couldn't even look at him, literally, I felt so ill, I'm not the type to cry so I knew I couldn't face the tiny cute guy knowing he was in trouble and I couldn't afford to look after him,  that same week he got very very ill, lost 50% waight and serious diarrhea, he picked up. We took him back to the vets a week after and he said he thought he would be dead but somehow he got better put on 100% waight and his legs straightened, 1.5 yrs on and he is spot on, but to go through that, as you are mate. I'm sorry.

But the tiny fluff ball in your photo, he is just asking for a cuddle!

Here is a recent pic of Toby....
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/F824C898-7E7E-44D9-8328-BB88A4A49C70-16787-000010248B57F552.jpg)

Oh and people who game with me and think I'm a softy.... Mebs I'm just puttin it on, to lure you into a false seance of security? (Ner I am 6ft, broad, 17st, tradesman, but I do love a cuddle with my dog!) 


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 12 February 2013, 10:57:02 PM
A wise man once said Vulp that "children were for people that couldn't have dogs", I've had both and I think you know which I prefer.

From chatting to Angus's breeder, I think I'm gonna have to get him a 95th Rifles uniform, "first on the dinner plate, and the last to leave!"

here's a recent one of Poppy the 18 month old bitch

(http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n17/GordonY/Poppy_zps3aec15e9.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 12 February 2013, 11:06:27 PM
Sounds like Tob's! He has never ever refused food.

He once got hold of my sherbet dip (yeah, a 27yr old can eat a sherbet dip!) he was after the lolly (and he ate it) but the whole living room, hall and kitchen was covered in white power!

That reminds me, fun trick, wait for your dog to get under a tree coverd in snow and shake it...
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/A556F89F-2D2D-421C-8A68-BAE13B591F0E-16787-0000102AF4066D14.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 12 February 2013, 11:09:34 PM
that could have been embarrasing if the police had come round.

"Honest its only sherbet!"

"Pull the other one mushy, you're nicked."


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 12 February 2013, 11:12:46 PM
Id blame Toby, "look officer, he's coverd in the stuff" and to be fair, Toby has that criminal mastermind look about him. You know that, he looks so daft he must be smart.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: barbarian on 13 February 2013, 12:21:20 AM
How cute you two are.  :D

Like two little boys that reconcile by showing each other their toys.

(This last sentence could be misinterpreted)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 13 February 2013, 05:39:01 AM
Like I say, I'm just trying to lure my opponents into thinking I'm soft.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 17 February 2013, 09:30:14 PM
Looks good Vulpine. There's a good feeling of coldness and the overall muted tones work well to achieve this. You are a brave man going for SOB - it's going to be wallet bustingly expensive! Having said that - there's something very appealing about an army of Debby Harry lookalikes  :)

Thanks matey!

Well, a second hand unit on Ebay is 15-20 (inc Hev, Sp and Superior) even if you pay 25 that's still cheaper than Space Marine Tac squad. I'm looking for very cheap and badly painted units. As a Decoroator I know how to delicately remove the paint. That could save me some cash. 50pts a basic squad and are a scoring unit. Finally, I will want a Russ as SOB lack some heavy fire power so to 'acquire' that would be good.

Finally, I've converted some guardsmen using the Chasos Cultists. I want them to look like poor locals that the SOB have drafted. This is a really cheap way of bulking out the army (cash and points wise) Cultists are under 9 on eBay still on the spru.

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/FF52CCF6-C3CE-4A99-8D6F-F501E6EC226C-22282-00001635FF96A46B.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/2DAA7149-BFEE-4467-9866-EA36A0F871F8-22282-00001636144D66DA.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/2D657503-36E4-47F0-BB53-52B9FA945011-22282-00001636196A0DD9.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/41F62C7F-7452-445E-BECC-05D8059C8A42-22282-000016361FF6FD15.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/5FF45BA6-D05C-4BDF-8293-D84A14E96A44-22282-000016362551AF10.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Techno on 18 February 2013, 07:29:31 AM
You know how to get paint off plastics without damaging them V ?
I think you should share. ;)

Cheers - Phil.




Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: goat major on 18 February 2013, 08:49:10 AM
soaking in dettol or fairy power spray seem to be the paint solvents of choice out there in GW land. I haven't had cause to try them myself yet.

" I want them to look like poor locals that the SOB have drafted"

There's something disturbingly appealing about being forced to obey the SOB @-)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Luddite on 18 February 2013, 06:41:31 PM
There's something disturbingly appealing about being forced to obey the SOB @-)

That's how marriage has survived as an institution.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Genom on 18 February 2013, 06:49:17 PM
That last one really doesn't like his kneecaps. Or at least he'll soon learn if he tries to use that flail type thing!


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 18 February 2013, 07:55:02 PM
There's something disturbingly appealing about being forced to obey the SOB @-)

http://youtu.be/jjio-F47IfM

Stripping paint off metal: Nitromorse, it's amazing stuff. Designed to work on wood or metals without damaging. Models come out as new, just dip or paint on and scrub off with a tooth bush. (Be carful of skin and your eyes)

Plastic: Usually a bin job. But oven cleaner does it, same process as above, it won't come off that clean but the thick will and then you can re paint.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 18 February 2013, 08:41:03 PM
That last one really doesn't like his kneecaps. Or at least he'll soon learn if he tries to use that flail type thing!

Just got it... Your talking about the pics? I thought you were commenting in Luddites comment   ;D


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 20 February 2013, 10:54:36 PM
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/E5776EFC-CC2A-4D5C-B198-14109BB67CA0-25288-000019CBEC6C1425.jpg)
Sister of Battle Saint

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/210DF785-5EF7-4261-B1E1-4DAFC2CD7D1C-25288-000019CBF63D7414.jpg)
Saints squire

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/C8201AB4-A900-4A5A-9887-AD25C8155D8E-25288-000019CBFCA07067.jpg)
Saint Dead Marker (For Re-Spawning)

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/89042FC2-97B4-4B57-9C7C-9C5222B94ED7-25288-000019CC07FA262A.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/20C38A30-55E0-422C-8696-A96BBD1FE565-25288-000019CC111E492F.jpg)
Inquisitor


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 21 February 2013, 05:44:11 AM
Ye gods, that is one busty bolter bitch.  :o :o :o


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 21 February 2013, 07:12:25 AM
Ye gods, that is one busty bolter bitch.  :o :o :o

Blessed by the emperor


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 26 February 2013, 03:19:01 PM
Well, I'm backtracking now. I think that models breasts are too big. The whole feel of the model infact was exaggerated. I wanted the background of my force to be about a low leavel SOB leader and her small force rasing a local force. I'm not against my busty model but she's more of a grand leader than a captain.

WIP:
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/DCC9342C-D58E-48D6-AC7C-DD4A22A36898-30617-0000210032535CDE.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/516FBCC6-E9C0-4004-AAED-49592F72912B-30617-0000210039136C05.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/CD8DC238-D4E4-47F8-BF75-CED801072892-30617-000021003F12DD97.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 26 February 2013, 11:22:55 PM
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/7E03E6EC-7D22-4973-91FE-E40B9ED958C3-31400-0000216C37AED7CC.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: OldenBUA on 27 February 2013, 12:26:12 PM
The whole feel of the model infact was exaggerated.

GW models ex-ag-ger-at-ed? No, never, it's not possible! Everybody knows that their 'Extravagothictm' 1) style is true to life!

1) Extravagothic: A true-to-life combination of Exotic, extravagant and Gothic (in all it's various meanings) styles.


 :D


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: goat major on 27 February 2013, 12:32:50 PM
SOB ? can't think why they are appealing really.  :-\



(http://sphotos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/14049_10151440478019246_1890695283_n.jpg)


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Techno on 27 February 2013, 12:40:38 PM
To bore you all to tears once again....
"When I was there"....The ethos was BIG hands.....BIG feet....BIG guns... BIG shoulder pads.
But you're doing a cracking job on those V....I really like what you're doing with them !!
Cheers - Phil.



Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 27 February 2013, 04:22:36 PM
Thanks Tec,

GW is Heroic scale. The weapons are all massive and such and a space marine Srg head won't actually fit into his helmet... However it's the style they have gone for. It ain't realistic but it is a decent look.

Just been to fountains Abby, inspired me more and my Mate, he is also doing SOB now.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 01 March 2013, 07:48:19 PM
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/AA6A7F1A-0D8D-49D8-8E90-7A27F9E6EE5F-1191-0000015B95A7A1CB.jpg)
Full pic of SOB army

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/FA21A038-143F-40DB-A5CE-353490FC110C-1191-0000015BA4D29AC6.jpg)
My tank hunting Jump infantry

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/67A78C6E-2DC3-4CCE-BC60-8CD85177E03F-1191-0000015BB5E98C47.jpg)
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/5E191D7D-A0D8-42FF-8F5A-59C1439C76F5-1191-0000015BBD81FC46.jpg)
Veteran sisters inc preacher, note instead of the normal tabard style cloak I've given the sisters full robes and larger backpacks to make them stand out.

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/C49DFDF3-7A47-407A-91F1-68B759F180E7-1191-0000015BC4A9B4DC.jpg)
First of three units of guardsmen pluss command squad. I will also have 20 conscripts as my roused town folk.

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/A13C8B35-E7F1-4233-B7D2-C36F8067DD68-1191-0000015BCB7ACF07.jpg)
One Standard sister squad with two special weapons (got one other with 2SW but have no close ups of 2nd squad)

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/09251858-F24E-41AC-801A-6D14E08266F1-1191-0000015BD19CA535.jpg)
Third Standard sister squad, with MultiMelta, Meltagun, CombiMelta and Preacher, ideal for hunting down tanks.

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/92E14C96-62C0-4933-9C39-086D886667AD-1191-0000015BD80CA399.jpg)
A 5 strong sister squad with 2 Flamers and a Combi flamer, good support for another squad and grate at cleansing the unclean.

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/1B0C52D2-DEB4-421A-845D-C4221AACE211-1191-0000016344AA4FD1.jpg)
Final unit, including Heavy Bolter, Meltagun, superior with power weapon, 19 strong, pluss Cannonnes and A Charictor Preacher who gives the unit +1Attack each and rerole hits in combat.

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/49D69D7D-A5F8-4086-A5BB-E21375A7CC34-1191-0000015C4109C298.jpg)
My Inquisitor is actually part of the guard force, rules wise he is just a commissar lord, I'm thinking of putting him in the conscript unit to stop them fleeing.

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/1CEE46DE-9B08-4D44-B608-AC82166801C1-1191-0000015BE83D3762.jpg)
Canonness, counts as St.Celestine, she is awsome and makes the unit fearless.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: barbarian on 01 March 2013, 11:27:12 PM
I don't like the little black support under the flying ones.
I would have put a stick up their ass.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: i_am_win on 02 March 2013, 06:12:33 AM
I don't like the little black support under the flying ones.
I would have put a stick up their ass.

I bet you say that to all the girls!!  ;D


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Techno on 02 March 2013, 08:24:53 AM
Great work V.....Though I'm not so keen on the flying supports either.
Would have thought GW could have come up with something a bit better than that.. :-\...or are they expecting their customers to do a bit of putty work around those 'sticks' to form some sort of 'dust cone' ?
Cheers - Phil.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 02 March 2013, 11:24:06 PM
Possibly robes or scripture paper hanging down and trailing on the ground?


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: GordonY on 03 March 2013, 09:58:09 AM
Not enough flesh showing on these bolter bitches, see GZG Nuns wi Guns for a better alternative.


Title: Re: Sister Of Battle - 40k Army
Post by: Vulpine on 04 March 2013, 04:05:05 PM
(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/7F80DF91-2731-4939-95F6-CF16593E26A9-4667-0000056899BE0EBC.jpg)
Guard Captain

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/1EA714F6-04DD-4622-A269-34F9ECD079E7-4667-00000568A12AA0DA.jpg)
One of three guard units

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/1285036E-FA68-4B39-938F-71816975A9A3-4667-00000568A72DD800.jpg)
Militia/Conscripts

(http://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj567/Joel1985A/F1BA5EE9-A44F-4F21-B1E7-EEC2CC9709E8-4667-00000568B00B1DAB.jpg)
A close up of a Conscript, I wanted to have them very low tech but not medieval, low tech but futuristic. Very steam punk.