|Courtesy of The Dear Surprise|
However, the bicorne was still rather on the large side so I gave it a further trim. I could have trimmed it further perhaps, but it was starting to get a little structurally unsound. I lowered the peak at the back a little more and repositioned the bicorne. Results are below:-
I also urge you to check out the Druid of the Scythe done by Chris at Sippin' on Paint Water, he's just started painting it and my word it looks superb. From a few vague descriptions in a comments section, he's managed to pull the concept straight out my head it seems - impressive work indeed.
Without further ado, here's my Druid of the Stave (Librarian), he still needs a bit of a filing in places but is essentially finish - will base him when I get back up North :-
And now for something a little different. Whilst I may have an Imperial Boarding Party, my Battlefleet Gothic fleet is very much of the Chaotic persuasion. I was a Chaos player first and foremost, and when BFG was first released that was the natural choice. I also prefer their playing style, which is much more "Age of Sail" than the Imperial fleet. Unusually, I don't have much fluff for these chaps yet, but they belong to a group known as the Heralds of Kephis. At the core of this group are the renegades of a Space Marine Chapter I wrote about some time ago - the Myrmidions. Both loyalists and renegades are fleet-based boarding specialists with a distinctly aquatic theme, the darker side definitely has that "Innsmouth look." I do have a little more detailed fluff for these renegades, but I shall share it properly at a later date. Anyhoo, here's a peak at what's currently on the painting table (it's still WIP mind). Look out for a battle report in the next couple of weeks...).:-