Ladies, Gentlemen and Bunnies
Today features an Update of my own Engine of Legio Mortis: Bone Garland. Bone Garland has been on the back burner for a while now due to a Pre-Knight Errant Nathaniel Garro (and family problems!)
Anyway. Have a look at how he currently stands.
Up to date
Forge World's impressive Titan Transfers are applied. The Legio Mortis Shoulder split Icons require more cutting than I imagined but I am pleased with the result.
As I wanted black shields to go with the big red pads, this would be a problem as one of the shield decals is mostly black. I decided to enter a cut and merge process to get them looking how I wanted. I will gloss theses eventually so should not still see the decal edges.
I also really wanted to use the emblazoned decals (even though I do personally prefer the solid white ones.
The transfers are a way from being complete, but you should get a jist of what they will look like.
Pads on to party.
There will be two head options. one Mars-Alpha (black) and one Mars-Beta (white). Hopefully the one I like the most will represent Bone Garland and the other I will use to represent another Engine in the Bloodmire War Maniple.
Looking forward to his first walk, but still a way to go.
TOPIC FOR DISCUSSION:
How do you define whether a Battle Engine is a male or female? a He or a she? Do you see them as Robots or would you see them as Cars/planes/ships etc?
To me Bone Garland is a he. The more I paint him the more I think of him as a He. Wide Broad shoulders and a lumbering gait, is not what a woman make.
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