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Wow you are using those for a tabletop campaign?! I would be using them for my shelf...to brag...and never touch....amazing work!

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Wow you are using those for a tabletop campaign?! I would be using them for my shelf...to brag...and never touch....amazing work!

This made me smile. Thank you for such a great compliment on my painting. :D

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The conversion is smooth and looks really good.  I think you've got the "evil cultist" vibe going on nicely.  There are more cultists in the box, please post more!

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The conversion is smooth and looks really good.  I think you've got the "evil cultist" vibe going on nicely.  There are more cultists in the box, please post more!

Thank you. I've made three cultists before these. They are used as dregs for my Undead Mordheim Warband. 

 

The rest of the warband can be seen here.

 

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Another cultist done. For another use. Redemptionist for Necromunda. Is it okay that I post them here, or should I make new threads for each one? 

It's the same minis, from the same packet, so I am a little unsure how to go about it. Basically it would be the same thread with mostly the same tags. Frostgrave Cultist 1-20 seems a little like spamming. Although they would be used for different things..

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All models that exist in one thread must be shown in the first post. New figs? New thread.

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One mini or group per thread

 

Both of those taken from the rules thread at the top of the page. A strict interpretation would say that you need to post a new thread each time, but it's also the same base minis with a series of conversions so it would fit in the "one group per thread" interpretation... We've had similar threads before where someone took a bunch of the same mini - or at least the same group of minis - and converted them bit by bit over time in a variety of ways... My thinking - and I'm not a moderator so take it with a grain of salt! - is that you're probably OK to keep adding to this thread as you add new conversions, but add new photos to the first post. If you want to post multiple photos of the same batch (e.g. front & back views and maybe a side view - which I personally would appreciate because you have lovely paint jobs and I'd love to have more detail so when I paint up my own I have more reference to admire ::P: ) you might want to post a new reply with all the photos, then take one representative photo (e.g. a group front view or something) and put that photo in the first post of the thread with a link to the specific new post.

 

Of course, as I said, I'm not a mod. They may disagree. ::): 

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The Forces of Unpleasantness are LOOKIN' GOOD. The first group of Evil Doers posted were BEAUTIFULLY painted in a FINE choice of colors. AND with each new post they get EVEN BETTERVERY WELL DONE!

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