Muscle reflex made the dead body twitch like if the Death had made his last puppet play with the corpse before taking the remaining sparks of life away from it. Deadly wound on the side of the guardsman - ripped open by Cassar's less smoothly exiting rapier - oozed steaming warm blood, moistening the ground beneath it and darkening the small curb with a red shadow.
Pair of eyes, nailed deep in the pale face of Cassar, stared at the dead body with frighteningly passionate glow in them. Feel of pleasure filled every cell in his body.
Cassar's mind was still going through the last couple of moments, savoring every bit of it, analyzing his and his opponents every move and decision made. Every intense breath he took pumped a doze of adrenaline up to the surface, making the thrill of struggle slowly fading away.
For Cassar it had barely been 'a struggle', more like a short deadly waltz that had ended perhaps a bit too soon for his liking. He wanted more of it and soon...
|+ Inquisitor Marius Cassar +|
Hoozah! So here's the jewel of the crown, head of my INQ28 posse, Inquisitor Marius Cassar, the rotter and the burden of the Imperial Inquisition. This was another amazing project to complete, full of great vibes and successes.
In couple of situations I was bit of charmed by the luck, that I must admit. When I started painting Cassar's coat, I really had no plan for what it should look like. I decided to trust my instict and just mix paints and see what fits together. Brown-purplish leather coat looked like out of place, but after I used some red and orange inks the result ended up looking pretty cool. Overall I was really pleased how it came out.
Finally it is time for another merry groupshot. Meet the gang with their leader on their side...
|Inquisitor Marius Cassar and the inglorious Rogues Malus.|
While we're waiting for okkiW to finish his group, it is time for me to move on to the next phase of the Punk Moth project, the caterpillar. I've already gathered a nice pile of building bits and arsenal to start designing my part of the gaming table. This is totally new area for me and I'm very excited to see what I'll be able to pull out.