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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Here's a greater daemon that I created out of Minotaur and spawn bits (and a decent amount of grey stuff).

Unfortunately, I didn't give him a great angle for the camera, so here are three pics:





 

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Thats actually really cool! Like it! +rep

**EDIT** i would if it let me :(
 

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An amazing build.

Apart from it being on a round base, it looks pure Fantasy to me. I have always seen Chaos Space Marine Daemon Princes as retaining more Marine characteristics, e.g. bulky armour, pipes.
It seems to be a greater daemon, not a prince. But yes, he does look fantasy.
 

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Some thumbs up there pal. Great work again.
 

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You are right; I must be so indoctrinated with "CSM Daemon Prince good! Summoned Greater Daemon bad!" that I misread it as Daemon prince :blush:
don't worry, it happens.
 

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Ha! Yeah, I didn't do anything to make him into a techno-daemon, but I think he works as a sort of fantasy element in the force.

Pretty much all of your summoned daemons are going to have that same trouble, so I think he fits.
 

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Wow, that's great! Although I do agree that it looks slightly more fantasy. Still a fantastic model though!
 

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As far as I understand it, scratchbuild means that you have sculpted the entire model yourself i.e. without any bought parts. Ergo, your model is not scratchbuilt. None the less that is a great model with a brilliant paint scheme although personally I think it looks more like a Skaven rat Ogre than a CSM Daemon Prince.
 

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Well, in that case I think I'd go ahead and say "original sculpt" like I do for any of the minis that I sculpt.

But I see your point. Next time I do something like this, I'll denote him as a conversion instead. No need to be confusing.
 
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