Friday, May 7, 2010

Minis # 20 and 21 - K'tharen Warriors



12 comments:

  1. Landsharks with chainsaws and firearms . . .
    It doesnt get any cooler than that !!!

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  2. "Knock knock"
    - "Who is it?"
    "Landshark."

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  3. btw, gospog, the second shark with the metal jaw, what did you sculpt that out of? I'm assuming that was a conversion.

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  4. 喜樂的心是健康良藥,憂傷的靈使骨枯乾。 ..................................................

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  5. Joe, the jaw is from the plastic Ork kit from Warhammer 40K. I just built a lower "plate" for it out of plasticard (or maybe even cardboard).

    I did however, sculpt his leg brace and all his tubing and plugs. Oh, and the bionic eye. All green stuff.

    Both shark-guys are conversions. The original model is holding a jellyfish-type creature in one hand and the other hand is open and reaching out.

    All five of my K'tharen are conversions.

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  6. Dr. Omega's henchmen need something to beat on. Nice work!

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  7. spooky46, I've been waiting for you to pop in and ID every piece I used in my conversions.

    I am always impressed when you do that! :)

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  8. That's because I've been stalking you. You throw away a lot of plastic products by the way; I've been meaning to talk to you about that.

    Just kidding!

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  9. Feel free to keep the soda cans. We get a 5 cent deposit back on them in MA. :P

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  10. 真正的愛心,是照顧好自己的這顆心。.............................................

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  11. Well, it's about time you showed up!

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  12. Very nice work indeed ! I'm using them as more tradtional Wereharks for my Nautican Warhammer Army. They're in the Rare Units section.

    Here's the slideshow. I got a forum buddy to paint one and he did one heck of an awesome job - check out the bucket and spade ! :)

    Wereshark Slideshow

    Keep up the excellent blogging.

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