Artscale Grey Knight Chaplain

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  • Julian M Hunt

    Where did the iron halo come from?

    • It’s from the Terminator Chaplain model with a bit of plasticard rod to help it fit either side of the skull helm. There’s a very similar plastic version in at least one of the plastic Space Marine box sets.

  • Erich1234562002

    there is a good Iron halo in the space marine comander set with just a little cutting.

  • Erich1234562002

    Lamenter if you dont mind I might send you and updated picture of the chaplin I showed you last week see if the changes look any better to you

    • Sure thing. I apologise for the lack of progress on your other project, I’m just putting the finishing touches to a Vulkan project this weekend then I’ll give that my full attention.

    • Sure thing. I apologise for the lack of progress on your other project, I’m just putting the finishing touches to a Vulkan project this weekend then I’ll give that my full attention.

    • Erich1234562002

      That’s perfect I cant wait to see it I have been having fun trying my hand at converting hoping some of your magic rubs off on me =)

    • Erich1234562002

      That’s perfect I cant wait to see it I have been having fun trying my hand at converting hoping some of your magic rubs off on me =)

  • Blindhorizon

    What do you use for the little grey bolts around the edge of the hammer?

    • They’re rivets from the Grandt Line range (a model railway supplier). I use the 0.81mm (small) variety and find them a perfect fit for 28mm scale minis. Should have no trouble finding a supplier through Google.

  • They’re rivets from the Grandt Line range (a model railway supplier). I use the 0.81mm (small) variety and find them a perfect fit for 28mm scale minis. Should have no trouble finding a supplier through Google.

  • humbrade

    That is a neat strap around the book, how’d you get it to sit so right and look so smooth? Did you sculpt it on the model or let it dry off the model then bend it on the model?

    • I sculpted it onto a piece of plasticard first to get it thin and neat enough and then after it had cured, transplanted it onto the model. Should easily be flexible enough, especially if you use a bit more yellow than blue in the Green Stuff. I would use another putty for something like this Mulliput for example would cure hard.

      Getting it to actually fit on the model is the tricky bit. Takes a bit of patience and a lot of dry fit testing.

      • humbrade

        Thanks for your help on this, it’s worked great and I’ve used the idea for a few things. If you’d like you can see it in the link below.

        The Custom Marine was one of them I’m particularly pleased with..
        http://blog.coolminiornot.com/entry.php?1427-Day-25-Belts-backpacks-and-more! 

        Here is the main page to my blog if your interested. http://blog.coolminiornot.com/blog.php?80191-Northern_Fox 

        It’s not to your quality, but I’m still pretty happy for my first real effort in sculpting anything.

        Most of what I’ve been doing so far has started or been inspired from this site, so thank you.

  • Brandon Burt

    Sexy very sexy model