Hmmmm, looks a bit ‘organic’, and he looks a bit small as well
How come you use so many rackham models? They are alot different to GW figures, is there any reason?
I agree with the ‘organic’ comment. It has the look of a monster rather than a machine. Maybe if you converted it so the face wasn’t visible in the middle, or made it appear more obviously daemonic (rather than just mutated) it might fit.
I did have the exact same thought when I first saw the figure a few weeks ago though. It’s certainly an impressive (if somewhat insane) piece.
How come you use so many rackham models? They are alot different to GW figures, is there any reason?Personally, I think Rackham make better miniatures than GW.
It would take a-little converting to make it look more machine than stone I agree but it would be what I would get to make mine (if I were to going to make one).
I think Rackham models are some of the best around, more character than any other company for sure!
And it’s also nice to see a company that actually has a sense of humour!!
I personally loathe the Rackham style for everything except Daemons, which are meant to be oddly proportioned and caricatured.
This thing looks more like something from the Wizard of Oz than a Chaos Dwarf machine.
Actually I think it looks like something out of Labyrinth!?!
I think I might put those spiked helmets on some of my goblins!
I love it, Rackham produce some of my favourite minis (good old french).
I figure that it could be used as a Kolossus if it fit in with your fluff.