Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Nurgle Defiler / Soul Grinder modeling update

Here is the latest update to my Nurlge Defiler / Soul Grinder.  I was not completely happy with the height and overall lankiness of the model, so I decided to chop much of the legs off in order to achieve something a bit more stumpy and dynamically posed.  You can see the original post here

I added quite a bit of overall dremmel drill weathering and sand to help scum it up a bit, and have been working on adding a bit more girth to the body.  On the back of the model I added several melted plastic tubes surrounded by green stuff to cement it in place.

I plan on adding a second mouth to the front of the model as well as a belly that is drooping to the ground.  estimated completion of model as shown is around 70%.  Updates to come...








10 comments:

Mordian7th said...

That is absolutely repulsive. I love it!! Can't wait to see more - keep it up!

Thor said...

That's looking amazing.

Ron Saikowski said...

That thing is truly disgusting.
Wonderful stuff.
Ron, FTW

Col. Dracus said...

I like the lowered look. I changed my defilers to be closer to the ground a while back and I think it makes them look a lot more like an evil daemon crab.

Cameron said...

That thing is huge! Very creative.

Tylermenz said...

I love the how low it is to the ground, it gives it a crab-like scuttling feel that you don't often find in large walkers.

Gigawatts said...

I hear Nine Inch Nails, while looking at your Nurgle conversions.

Possibly, some GWAR mixed in there, too.

Mr.Esty said...

Love the lowered, crawlier look!

Warhammer In Progress said...

Thanks for the positive responses. Evil crabs and GWAR FTW!!

TheRhino said...

Somehow it remindes me of a corrupted and perverted Wall-E, which is awesome beyond belief.

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