Posted:  02. 12. 2020.

 

 

The Sisters of Battle army commission I'm currently tackling made me want to start my own SoB collection. This is the test model for my personal Adepta Sororitas force, the Order of the Iron Maiden. It's a project for next year, but I received a box of Seraphim for my birthday and I couldn't wait to do somehing with it. The helmet came from an Anchorite sarcophagus.

 


 

I made a magnetized storage box for my Inquisitor's retinue two years ago. But it was never quite finished; the inside of the lid was left empty, a blank space waiting for some kind of assemblage to happen. Now it finally did!

Featuring stained photocopies of cards from my collection (illustrated by Ian Miller, Blial Cabal, John Blanche and Moritz Krebs). And lots of purity seals... 
 

 


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Wonderfully dark and sinister! That face works so well!

By Wonky Dog on 2020 12 02

Great stuff, as usual. But still totally awesome, and even more so because it’s so consistently.

I notice some customs wax seals. Did you make the stamps yourself?

By Gavroche on 2020 12 02

I love the Seraphim. The colour scheme reminds me a little bit of Blanche’s Grey Knight conversions in White Dwarf #396, some of my favourites. Yours is probably more interesting! And the Harlequin mask is a really good conversion choice I think.

By Viktor B on 2020 12 02

@Wonky Dog - Thank you!

@Gavroche - Cheers!  The one with my logo was custom made, the other two were stock designs. You can find brass stamps like that (or have them engraved for you) on sites such as Etsy and AliExpress.

@Viktor B - Thanks! The mask came from the SoB Anchorite sarcophagus. But it does look similar to some of the Harlequin masks.

By Ana Polanšćak    on 2020 12 04

Love the Seraphim. Reminded me instantly of these 17c coffins in my local castle in the UK.
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By Springinsfeld on 2020 12 26

@Springinsfeld -  looks fantastic. I think I’ve never seen coffins like that before.

By Ana Polanšćak    on 2021 01 14

 
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