As a fan of Kev Walker’s art I really liked Daemonifuge and given that Games Workshop are going to produce Sisters of Battle in plastic I thought I’d sketch some ideas I had for the Adepta Sororitas. It could perhaps be for a short webcomic based on the exploits of a unit of Sisters of Battle.
Daemonifuge Graphic Novel Series
Also there’s an idea for the Ordo Hereticus Penitent Engine which I always thought was very vulnerable to any incoming fire so I sketched an Iron Maiden version. Iron Maiden Wikipedia entry
I’ve roughed a thumbnail composition of an Ordo Xenos and Deathwatch kill team fighting the Necrons. More of this sort of thing soon!
This is all Games Workshop intellectual property, I’m just playing with it.
I’ve been quite busy recently but as I’m paying for this webdomain I really should show some of the things I’ve been doing!
I figured my mutant gang could do with a more armoured scrapper to go with the berserker so I sketched some ideas here.
A few years back I created some updated Squat concepts as I always liked them in Games Workshop’s Warhammer 40,000 game.
I hadn’t put all of my ideas online so here’s my Squat Warlord in Power armour, partly inspired by Paul Bonner’s illustration of a last stand of the Squats against the Eldar. There’s also a Squat Power Boarder as a homage to Pete Knifton’s illustration in the original Rogue Trader rulebook.
This image started it’s life as a sketchbook page but grew into a proper concept. Here we have a sinister Thulhid thaumaturgist in a suit of organic armour accompanied by some short, dwarfish Icthyss minions. On the right hand of the page are some sketches of other Thulhid thaumaturgists.
This a rough comic scene idea I had; here my House Umbra (Delaque) gangers are arranging a drugs (maybe spook?) trade with the mutie gang. First panel is the meeting, second and third the House Umbra gang leader is getting the quality tested by a fellow ganger on their hand scanner. Following that are some notes of where the story could go from there.
These following pages are from about 2005, I wasn’t putting dates on my sketchbooks then so I can’t be sure. The first scene is an image I had of a poorer house, (House Cawdor in Necromunda) reminiscent of the worker rabble in Metropolis (1927) being stirred to riot with some anti-deviant rantings as Torquemada is fond to do in 2000AD’s Nemesis the Warlock. On the right are some symbols and a sinister ganger from my House Umbra, a lesser clan aligned to House Delaque.
Nemesis the Warlock
More pages later!
I’ve been a bit under the weather recently, hence the lack of updates on this website. While I’m recovering I thought I’d post some things I’ve been working on and off over the last few years. This is an image I created in 2006 inspired by Necromunda’s House Delaque and The City of Lost Children Cyclops cult also Dark City’s Strangers.
Necromunda skirmish war game
The City of Lost Children movie
Dark City movie
Another sneak peak, this time my mutant gang leader.
Here’s a sneak peak of my pencil lines of my mutant berserker.
I’ve always found the Warhammer 40,000’s Imperial Inquisition a fascinating side to Games Workshop’s flagship game so here I’ve sketched a team for the Ordo Xenos (the alien hunting branch of the Inquisition). We’ve got an Adepta Sororitas and a Deathwatch Imperial
Space Marine, a gunfighter and in the background the Ordo Xenos inquisitor himself.Warhammer 40,000 Ordo Xenos
On the facing page are a couple more mutant gangers. In the middle is a fat mutant who uses a giant crossbow and a makeshift windlass for loading it. At the bottom right is a female mutant who has made an armoured carapace to hide in the junkheaps and take pot shots with her hand-made scrap-launching gun.
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