Last post I featured some storm troopers I made from the Tempestus Scions kit. While I could run Inquisitorial acolytes with hot-shot lasguns, I find giving them boltguns instead is a cheaper and even better option. However, putting boltguns (especially space marine boltguns, being the most common) on scion models doesn't always look right. They are oversised and the left hands are part of the lasgun bit. I found a simpler solution and it starts with using the stock of the hot-shot lasgun.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Sunday, February 15, 2015
Tempestus Scion, but I found a creative way of converting their lasguns into boltguns. I will do a small tutorial on how I did that later.
Afriel Strain a while back and knew I had to include them somehow in my grand retinue. While not technically storm troopers, they use a lot of the same parts, mixed with Catachans. I love the look of the exposed arms and gruff 80's-action-hero heads. I look forward to painting these. Acolyte+Carapace Armour+Meltagun=18 points each.
Monday, February 2, 2015
The best part is since I am taking 3 inquisitors, and each inquisitor can take 3 skulls each. This gives you a total of 9 skulls. You'd be surprised about the amount of coverage you can get with 9 skulls on a 6'x4' table.
|At the time of mocking these, my list only included 8 skulls.|
Space Marine Devastators, Tempestus Scions, Grey Knight Paladins, and the Cadian Command Squad.