Thursday, August 19, 2010

Kitbash: Khorne Khavalry Lord!

Old School here with some photos of a little kitbashing I did on the Warhammer Fantasy Chaos Khorne Lord on Jugger. I know it isn't the hot new plastic, but the kit has been in my house for over a year and a half and with all the stress of being the head tourney Organizer for End of Days this Saturday (also the first tourney representing the blog name) and all the headaches that go with it - I just needed to grab a good looking kit, some bitz and go to town.

I wasn't sure what I was going to do with it when I sat down, but I loved everything but the original helmeted head (I already used the horned head), so I built it that way. Then I said hell, let's make it a 40k model. So I tore of the jugger's head decoration and added the spiked-through Ork skull. Then I went through about 12 heads before I decided to glue the forge world zerk head on there.

I was really liking where this was going so I started giving him trophies, including the skulls up front, Captain Sicarius's helmet on the back, along with some severed human heads ...

... then I figured a half a corpse from the shield arm would be pretty awesome! It was still missing something, so I gave him a back pack from the possessed bits I have laying around and decided he would look really good on a dreadnought base..

I have settled for calling him a Khorne Lord on Juggernought (thunderwolf) armed with Blood (runic) armor, a storm shield and a Blood (frost) Axe. I know, the Khorne Wolves have probably been done before, but it was a lot of fun to build and I feel pretty good about painting it in the next week or sao, along with the last of my Legion of the Damned commission and the Tower of Skulls (whoops, did I just let the cat out of the bag?)
Comments and critisism is welcome as always!


  1. I LOVE it. Love it, love it, love it!
    It may be a huge chunk of metal but by the Chaos Gods it is amazing. I love the shields - the one protecting his corrupted heart and the big one that he is holding. You have managed to combine a lot of amazing bits and got a cool Khorne Khavalry Lord out of it.
    Now the question is - are you going to make MORE? :)

  2. Wow - great work - I like the pose of the miniature and the possessed back back is very apt for him.

  3. great work, I like all the trophies you added. The model make a great 40k character (mines at: Equipping him from the CSM codex, not so good, form the SW codex he rocks!

  4. Looks good. I can't wait to see what you do with the new ones.

  5. Hahahaha ... maybe an even better choice for Adepticon than the Brainboyz!