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77174 Leisynn Mercenary Mage: Lich conversion

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Thank you, I am pleased with the face. I based it on a Wargames Factory head and added the skin back on so to say. Definitely got that dry, leathery skin look. 

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The conversion work is OUTSTANDING, AND the brushwork & color selection are GLORIOUS. There is an Army of Darkness feel to your creation that I love. VERY WELL DONE!

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Great idea.

Excellent paintjob on the book !

The head is perfect. Could you tell us how you do it ?

 

many thanks

Eric

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I have a few WIP pics of the head. Basically it is a Wargames Factory, now Warlord, Skeleton head that I added leathery flesh, eyeballs and hair to. The staff was cut off and replaced with a bit of wire, then I sculpted the wood with greenstuff and added a crystal bitz that I had lying around. The chest was cleaned and then resculpted, once more using a skeleton chest as a basis for the visible mummified chest.

 

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