Lightning From the Sky  

Posted by Hal'jin in , , ,

And here... we... go..! Starting off a new hundred of posts with another Rune Priest. This one is a fully custom conversion, made from spare Wolf Pack parts and some green stuff to boot.

His name is Radulf Wisewolf and he usually runs around with Living Lightning and Jaws of the World Wolf. He also lost an eye. Somewhere.

That's not all, obviously!

As you can see his second shoulder pad clearly bears the mark of the Great Wolf's company, to which all the Priesthood belongs and is only assigned to companies as needed.

The weapon he carries is the original metal Rune Priest weapon. Since the previous one got a little weapon swap, I thought it'd be nice to actually use this one anyway. It also helps him stand out a little.

The other thing, to make him stand out in the squads was to use nmm all over, as with all the other HQ/Elites. Since the model is made out of regular Wolf Pack bits it had to have something!

Here you have a closeup on the face, and the sculpted runic shoulder pad! You might also notice.. I have no idea what exactly it is, other than it is a part of the Psychic Hood, the metal Rune Priest has.

And the weapon, with the "glow" effect. It isn't as good as some out there, but I think it looks quite okay, since I did want a very faint effect.

And lastly, his Chooser of the Slain, which I would show more of except that... I only got him recently. Yep, a cheap idea, I will use one of the DE Razorwings. I cut off some of those shard claw parts and will paint him as a raven.

And that's it for today, thanks for reading!

This entry was posted on Friday, April 22, 2011 at Friday, April 22, 2011 and is filed under , , , . You can follow any responses to this entry through the comments feed .


great work as ever - love the face
Craig @ cadian8th

22 April 2011 at 12:34

Cool raven, dude!

22 April 2011 at 17:43

Your work is absolutely stunning, starting with all these small figurines and ending wih the concept. The concept is very important because many people are having the proper ideas but they don't actually now how to implement it.

28 August 2015 at 21:18

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