Having just received Fulgrim from Forge World, I wanted to take a few pictures and show you all of the parts and do a few quick comparisons to Angron. Enjoy!
|The first thing I noticed was the improved packaging over Angron, by adding the little half-circle cutouts to the side of the box it is substantially easier to open.|
|The biggest and most impressive piece, the body has a surprising level of detail, that does not appear gaudy or piled on.|
|The legs may be the most impressive aspect of the entire model, filled with scrollwork, flanked by eagle wings, contrasted with opposing faces, and all held in place with tiny buckles, they are truly something to behold.|
|His gloved hands are excellent, with the seamlines clearly visible!|
|Although not as imposing and barbarous as Angron’s cape, Fulgrim’s is still expressive regal and light, billowing around him.|
|Even without his head, arm and weapons, Fulgrim is imposing, larger and taller than his fellow traitor Angron (sorry for the bad pictures, I only have so many hands!).|
The abhorrent Blade of Laer is quite large, easily overtaking Gorechild.
|There was a lot of excitement over Fulgrim’s base when he was first revealed, and is only now that I see it in person and see how it fits together that I understand why.|
- Godwyn Fischig