Friday, 15 March 2013

"Evil will prevail when good men do nothing."

And what to say of Loken? He’s a starch arse, yes. He’s loyal to the throne, weighing the minutiae of his actions against the principles of the Great Crusade and the emerging ethical systems of the time. He’s a thinker and paid the price of such civility against the savagery of ambitious men.

I used cool colour tones to underpin the character in opposition to Abaddon’s warm tone. I felt the cool tones highlighted Loken’s measured, logical manner as opposed to Abaddon’s unrestrained rage.
Simon has sculpted a curious expression on Loken’s face, it’s unlike anything I’ve had from a games workshop product. It’s pained and furious at the same time. It’s a face of a man who has to summon ambiguous emotions to overthrow a man who represents the treachery of his legion.


First off, the response has been overwhelming. Thank you so much everyone and I apologise that I won't be able to respond to everyone who has taken the time to leave me a message via the forums, facebook or e-mail. I've been flooded with kind wishes and comments and I cannot thank you enough for taking an interest in my small corner of the net. 

Below is my very clumsy attempt at a G.I.F animation to show you multiple angels of the model. 

If you have any thoughts please let me know.