|I am the Law!
Back then I was still pretty unconfident in my modelling skills and and largely kept models unaltered. To make up for this, I often tried to use models from many different Warhammer 40,000 armies and several different ranges of Games Workshops miniatures (back then you could still buy individual models and bits from Games Workshop, making things a little easier…). Ten years ago, you could still buy most of the miniatures from all of their many games, even those that had fallen out of favor and were relegated to Specialist Games. This opened up a lot of possibilities for a quite eclectic group of characters, simply by choosing neat models from Mordheim, Necromunda, and Gorkamorka.
|There was always something a little off with Mark Bedford’s stormtrooper sculpts, but I still love them.
The old Necromunda Redemptionist make wonderful fanatical preachers or witch-hunters.
Animal, one of Colonel Schaeffer's Last Chancers, is the perfect way to add an interesting meltagun trooper to your retinue!
The Necromunda range was filled with interesting models, like this Bounty Hunter that fits right in with an Inquisitor’s allies.
|After reading Daemonifuge I knew I needed a Sister of Battle in my Inquisitor’s retinue.
|Strength and muscle and jungle work.
This half finished stormtrooper sargent was one of my more ambitious conversions at the time (complete with mohawk!).
- Harlon Nayl