Thursday, 4 March 2010

Alternative Blood Bowl Chaos Dwarf Bull Centaur

One more of my Gaspez Arts Chaos Dwarf Blood Bowlers.

Blood Bowl Chaos Dwarf Bull Centaur

This guy's had some minor conversion work to him. I didn't attach the shoulder horns that came as seperate pieces, and filed down their mountings. I figured the model'll be on its side so often that delicate pieces will quickly snap off. Similarily, I bent the tail around in a u shape and glued it to the side of the leg for added stability. It's already chipped and come off after just three games. Pinning and epoxy repairs are in order, but it's hidden in the photo.

Problem with this model is that you can only lie it down sideways. Makes it difficult to work out whether it's knocked down or stunned in gaming terms. But there's only one of them on the team at the moment so it's not something you can forget too easily. I want a second since the team's composed largely of cheap Hobgoblins. With their high movement, Sprint and Sure Feet these guys can pretty much power their way through the opposition and score if you're lucky enough to have them get a hold of the ball. Which is difficult thanks to their low agility.

I'm going to treat myself to some support staff models after I've finished the team. Gaspez've got a lovely Spaghetti Goblin, and a Pizza Goblin. Dammit, and they've ust released some little fantasy football lizards they've painted in beautiful bright colours.

Gaspez Arts Camaleonti

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Posted by Curis at 11:08 am

1 Comments:

At Thursday, 4 March 2010 at 14:00:00 GMT , Blogger eriochrome said...

Really good. Great to see other companies picking up the fantasy football minis since GW will just do nothing with the property.

 

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