I always liked the idea of a daemonhost being more subtle. I've got a half-completed model with a guy just standing there on a dreadnought-sized base, with eight guardsmen's worth of body parts blasted across the base. The real trick is going to be using some glass and glue that doesn't haze it so that the guy's feet aren't actually touching the ground.
it was originally started in early 2006 but that was just base coat and an initial wash of green ink. I picked it up again in about september last year, net result is probably no more than 5 or 6 hours, the fiddliest bit was the leather straps and the buckles. It then go left for a bit with the base and the syringes needing doing but they took no more than an hour, so all in about 10 hours at most.
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