Here's two extra shots with a closer look at the Rubrics, the Sorcerer and the Standard Bearer. Now I know that Thousand Sons normally do not carry an Icon about, but the model was a blast to make, adds an extra dimension to the unit, and allows the unit to be fielded as more than just a Thousand Sons squad. Flexibility is key after all.
Unfortunately I wasn't able to get my hands on a replacement on such short notice, though luckily the grand army seems to be getting a fair share of armoured support from the various other contributors. So if the lucky winner decides to wield these guys in a more mobile role, there won't be a shortage of vehicles to choose from.
On the plus side I did manage to save the alter. And, after some rather extensive green stuffing, it makes for a rather fun, little objective marker that will be painted up tomorrow evening.
link) who was kind enough to make a Tzeentch character, and myself, the forces of Tzeentch have their fair share of influence in this most charitable of Black Crusades. And I naturally want to thank Lamenter for putting together such a great character, as well as the many details he managed to squeeze into the colourscheme. It really made for a good challenge for me, and I think the scheme is quite a strong on.
Picture courtesy of LamenterIn one of my future posts I'll have a final look back at this mini project, showing some extra pictures as well as some more detailed info on which bits went into creating the Thousand Sons. Which just leaves one, final, and slightly clumsily copy/pasted message: