Cry 'Dogs!', and let slip the Havocs of...no wait, that's wrong...
After a very busy week where much of my spare time was eaten up by mortgage stuff and other things, I've managed to finish the lion's share of the GS work on the Havocs.
Here's a group shot:
And some detail shots, starting off with the Champion:
And his second-in-command:
And the rest of the squad:
Hopefully I'm starting to get the hang of integrating the Tube Tool cabling in with more traditional Nurgly flesh; the Champion and the second-in-command are the ones I'm happiest with right now. I'm trying to get the cabling to sit naturally with everything else and not look all Here Is The Tube Tool Part, if you know what I mean.
And now, thanks to the wonders of eBay, I finally have the particular heavy weapon I've been wanting for my Havoc Champion - a Legion of the Damned heavy bolter:
The things are like rocking-horse shit, but I finally managed to get my hands on a pair; I have a bunch of the standard old-school metal heavy bolters, but I love these ones with the skeleton on them. So once they're stripped - they're marinading in Dettol right now - I can start final assembly with the heavy weapons. I'm going to give the Champion a powerfist, and random close-combat weapons with maybe the occasional bolt pistol for the others. And the second LotD heavy bolter will be reserved for the second Havoc squad's Champion
Painting is slowly progressing on the Dreadnought, although I realised that it's a lot easier to paint a Dread with the arms off - I'd gotten so carried away with the idea of finally getting him finished that I went ahead and glued his arms on, when I should've waited. Cue some careful hacking and slashing to get them off again for painting purposes. Doh!
As always, all C&C is welcomed.