|The Bertha special character model model is beautiful- a must have
for Sigmarite fans. And unlike so many character models, it practically
paints itself! I particularly like the face, reminds me of a renaissance
painting. This is the best Gary Morley mini ever- well
posed, sensibly sized, and highly detailed.
|| The only conversion I did was adding the skull and candle on
the shoulder (one of the bits from the new witch elf blood cauldron worth
mail ordering). Most of the model is black- the armor drybrushed steel,
the cloak and boots drybrushed dark brown. The hammers were painted
dark brown and drybrushed steel and brass.
|One of the stock models from the box set. I'm not a big fan of
this pose, but the weapons work out well in our campaign- one of my other
minis has been converted to just this weapons fit! I use very simple
colors- black, red, and white- with brown washes and drybrushing to add
some depth to the colors (especially the white, which looks too clean if
not shaded a bit).
||This model was converted to a 2-handed pose using plastic arms from
a halberdier and the original 1-handed hammer from the sister.
|In the bizarre world of Mordheim, the Sisters are one of the more normal
warbands. To spice them up a bit, we added a special troop type-
Cherubs. They are worthless in a fight, but great for exploring.
This is a plastic Christmas decoration that I mounted on wire for a quick
and cheap flying angel model.
||Another simple conversion. I added a lantern from the Mordheim
accessory sprue and a shield from the Fantasy Orc regiment- big enough
to count as a great shield on a model this size. Just for variety,
I reversed the colors on her Tabard.
|Another Cherub model, this time from another miniatures range.
This is one of the Light Familiars from Rackham's Confrontation line.
|Below is my Augur conversion for my Sisters of Sigmar.
I started with a Mordheim Middenheimer youngblood model. the
staff is made from a plastic Dark Elf spear arm and the top of a plastic
Bretonnian Knight helm. The halo is from Inquisitor Eisenhorn's staff,
as is the scroll tube on her back. I made her a blindfold out of
sheet lead and carefully glued it in place. The result is a grittier
but no less noble looking model than the original Augur model (who
needed more hair in my opinion).