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Pulse Hound

Hello all.

A quick post today to show that I haven’t been completely idle. The Pulse Hound is the latest addition to the Wytch Cult. These altered beasts work with the Spore Drones to scout out potential prey.

The main weapon of these four legged horrors isn’t their claws but an electric pulse that can stun their prey, hence their name.

 

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And to finish off here’s a couple of group shots 🙂

 

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18 thoughts on “Pulse Hound

  1. That’s a Gryph hound you based the conversion on, right?

    Cracking model.

    1. It is indeed. Cheers.

  2. Oh god even the name is disgusting!
    I absolutely love the pastel colours you’ve used. Any tips?
    And where did you get that wonderful box?

    1. That box was a hard fought eBay battle about six years ago. It was worth every penny 🙂

  3. Creepy. Love it.

  4. Brrrr shivers up the spine man. What a creepy looking thing. Great stuff as per usual.

    1. Cheers mate. Things are only going to get creepier 🙂

  5. Awesome model! It’s creepy and cute, I can imagine it being in a Slannesh warband. Great work! 🙂

    1. Thanks bjorn. Yes it would work well with a slaanesh war band as well.

  6. Very disconcertingly gribbly – ugh!

    1. Oh yeah!!

  7. Stunning mate, (pun absolutely intended), what a deliciously creepy creature! The whole band is just superb mate, really top notch 🙂

    1. Thanks Alex.

  8. Love it mate – supremely weird and creepy. Excellent paint work as well, those little veins on the back of the skull are just spot on. Really like those doll-like faces you use as well, will they be available through Black Earth once it’s up and running?

  9. Yes, I agree with the others about how the way you paint these guys adds significantly to their creepiness.

    1. Thanks Ann. I’ve been toying with the idea of doing a tutorial. I hope to get to it at some point.

      1. That’d been keen. I’m sure I wouldn’t be the only one who’d enjoy reading it.

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