What the... ah!He is awesome, but this can't really be human))
Sure he can! - Never underestimate the notorious =][=steroids ;)
Hah! I really dig how that turned out. The whole "scratching his head" really sells it. Great work!
love the extra mechanical arm to help lift the mallet.
Filthy mutant. (But a pretty one.)
Amazing...you move more and more towards an one genius style! This small head with the enormous body is just genius! I'm really amazed :)
Lovely, lovely, lovely!CheersDave
Cheers!Gunslinger - I also feel, that I have reached something new with these conversions here. I love this hobby!
Great stuff. I love the puzzled look of him. The position of his left hand does the trick.Highly inspirational!
Oh dear lord this is perfect!
That looks really weird and they say drugs are bad!Are you going to be adding anything to the front of his neck area? I think it needs something like a mechanical vox, rebreather unit grill type thing to break the large area up a bit. Perhaps even some drug injectors. PDH
Thanks Peter!Perhaps it does need that little something... i'l look into it=)
Thrud the Barbarian in 40k, pure greatness mate!
The anatomy is highly disconcerting ... It forces the viewer to challenge there own conceptions of reality..forcing us to question what is right and wrong on many levels .. only great art does this . the only other piece of 40k art that made me feel the same are the cubes of tezzentch by gwaahr http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/355017.pageand these weird things by superscenic ( which were shown when he hijacked Ambul's excellent thread on dakka. )http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/60/301577.pagehttp://i653.photobucket.com/albums/uu253/superscenic/Warp%20Fiends%20WIP/DSC03725.jpghttp://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/60/301577.page
For some reason the cubic Tzeentch creatures made me think of Alastair Reynolds' Revelation Space and Chasm City novels. Have you read them, Neil? Distressingly cool stuff indeed, space opera in its best, I'd strongly recomend...
Oh! Thank you very, VERY much Neil!Gotta love those cubes!
Brlliant!I adore the clashing of limb proportions and of course, the puzzled expression due to him scratching his head. :)