Writing to you fresh from a weekend of pretty much solid hobbying (with housework in and between).
I managed to get the base for my 'Wraithknight' done and dusted, sealed ready for spray coating.
The premise is a nest of dragons eggs, which the wraith is protecting. There are many and varies bones etc from previous hatchings and their first meal. I like the idea of the progenitor of the planets dragons guarding the next generation very closely. I'd like to get a 'farseer' on the base somewhere intereacting with the nest, but that all depends on how the dragon ends up on the base as I dont want it looking cluttered.
I also managed to magnetise the wraithcannons and the suncannon to the weapon mounts so that I can configure the load out as appropriate. I've come a cropper however when trying to mount everything to the carapace I made (altered from the sneak peak shots posted earlier).
EDIT - Struck with sudden inspiration, how awesome does this look?!
I think this might have just solced the issue to be honest. It also serves to blur the line between undead dragon and high tech weaponry a lot more. Marvellous
-----Please let me know how this lkooks as I'm struggling to get my vision of this model to work-----
We will also be returning to Mordheim! I can't express how chuffed I am with this, as experience based campaign games are simply the best type of miniatures game to plkay in my opinion, and Mordheim is one of the best. Gorkamorka being my first experience way back in the day... I will be making a Norse warband, and thoroughly enjoying it. Expect updates et al when appropriate.
I'm well and truly broke at the moment so I will be pushing through existing projects for the forseeable future, but updating when I can.
Thanks for stopping by