I noticed that the legion of followers passed the 200 mark yesterday! I guess that is not quite a legion, but it would certainly qualify as a small mob of zombies. :-) Lessons on how to shamble properly to follow...
Anyway, it was time to break out the trusty green stuff on Tommy the Colossus (the Heirotitan is named Timmy, BTW).
Here you can see some green stuff used to create the feet, as well as details on the cape, etc. I also created the giant bow...
Not to worry, his head was not shot off by Karl Franz's troops for target practice! I did some carving on the sculpey head, and thgen added details with the green stuff, being sure to mix more yellow than blue so that it would actualy stick to the sculpey (which can be hard to do at times).
To try and make this closer to the fluff written about the colossus in the army book, I tried to add some skulls. I sculpted a bunch of scarabs around them to hold them on and have them make a bit more sense. Now it is appropriately "adorned with skulls", although nobody is ever going to see them on the back! Bummer! I brought out some Apoxy sculpt again to start building up the hands as well.
Thanks to all who come to the blog, comment and follow it on a daily basis. I will try to keep it as interesting as I can!
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