The Castellax keep coming

08 Dec
The Castellax keep coming

My cohort’s army list currently contains six Castellax at 1500 points, one blob of four with Mauler bolt cannons accompanied by the warlord and a maniple with two Multi-melta-wielding Castellax to fill the compulsory troop slots.

Thus I had to build another one, just finished enough to get onto the battlefield, but lacking a proper treatment with Milliput and Green Stuff like the others. Especially the left arm’s foot will be sculpted into a drooling maw to give the tentacle a tongue-like appearance.


Posted by on 8th December 2015 in Dark Mechanicum, Horus Heresy


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3 responses to “The Castellax keep coming

  1. Wudugast

    8th December 2015 at 14:03

    Good ideas for these castellax conversions, the talos faceplate works really well to create a gladiatorial feel to the model. Looking forward to seeing how the arm works out once the foot has been turned into a mouth.

    • Krimdar

      12th December 2015 at 16:02

      Thank you, the masks provide a more sinister and obscure appearance in my opinion than just some warped flesh with too many bionical eyes (which of course has its own charm).
      Probably the hand/mouth will be finished today with an appertaining blog post incoming.

      • Wudugast

        12th December 2015 at 17:15

        Fan though I am of the warped flesh/many eyes look I also really like the appearance of sinister, faceless masks. It’s just that most of the time the Dark Eldar heads just make the model look like its escaped from the laboratories of the Haemonculi, rather than being a chaos beast. You, however, have managed to keep the chaos feel which is an achievement in its own right. Looking forward to seeing the arm/mouth finished.


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