Sunday, April 1, 2018

Tom's Stinkfoot's war altar and other creeps (214pts)

Ever since the first time I got my hands on a copy of The Lost and the Damned I've been obsessed with the Plague Chalice. It's a tiny image on one page but it has stuck with me all these years. I pieced this together from bass wood for the wagon, green stuff tentacles, the chalice is a doll house trophy minus the handles. Ole Bessie the two headed cow is from armor cast. This is 110 points. The altar guards come next month







Next up I have two more Marauders. The first creep is an old heartbreaker miniatures dark knight. I like his blank face and wonky arm. The next is a classic Marauder Marauder (sorry). They are 39 points each



If I need to say it I will. I love the Misfits. If you don't have a copy of The Lost and the Damned handy I will translate the chaos runes for you. "With just a touch of my rotten hand I'm gonna live my life to destroy your world" Astrozombies. Light armor and a shield for this creep comes out to 26 points. The total this month is 214 points.Thanks for your time and altar guards and chaos dwarves for the big finale next month. 

17 comments:

  1. Fantastic. That war altar is spot on

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    1. Thanks. I appreciate that. Your chaos stuff is awesome

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  2. It looks great Tom, two smashing central pieces for your army!

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  3. Awesome work, the altar is great and the banner is fantastic!

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    1. Thanks for the kind words. I appreciate it

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  4. Lovely in a gross way. Papa Nurgle will be proud!

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  5. So much awesome in this month's entry. I love the fact that you did a war altar. I feel like I must have one myself, but I think it will be a later addition. Although I think I remember a few figures that might work. Aww shit.

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    1. Thanks. I really wanted this to be the heart and soul of the army

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  6. Hmm, I might need to make one too; this one looks very nice!

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  7. That looks the business! Well done sir

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  8. That looks great! Awesome work on the chalice.

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  9. It looks great and very sick... which is even greater in a plague-themed army ;-)

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