Monday, June 20, 2016

Our Lady of Perpetual Horror: Complete!


Curiously, planetary surveys dating to Pre-Heresy times list two small moons in orbit around the planet Chalcydon. It is not uncommon, however, for records from that time to be incomplete or otherwise faulty, as even a casual observer notes the presence of a third moon in the Chalcydonian sky. Peregrinus, the Ghost Moon, features heavily in local lore despite active suppression by the planetary administration, to the extent that the Chalcydonian Ecclesiarchy has grudgingly incorporated the moon into its rituals. It is customary to wait for the waxing of the Ghost Moon to begin new endeavors, and it is said that a priest who takes holy orders beneath the moon can discern the will of the Emperor Himself.

After many layers of foam, clay, spackle, and paint, the display board is ready!

This project really forced me to push some of my hobby limits and I'm extremely pleased with the way it compliments my work over the past two years. Teaser shots below:



3 comments:

  1. I hope this will be at Nova so I can ooooh and aaaah about it! It looks great Jason!

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  2. Thanks Greg! for the amount of time I spent on this thing, it'll be at Nova for the next 15 years, family parties, court dates, etc.

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    1. Hahaha...put candles on it for a birthday!

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