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dvaston
Does anyone remember the old Inquisitor 54mm game?
I am considering getting one of the 54mm (loyalist) marines to do a "counts as" daemon prince for regular 40k.
Was there ever a Mark 6 Corvus armour marine released in the 54mm range?
The Nothas
He was a Deathwatch marine in Mk 8 armour. I don't think he ever came with a helmet, of any mark.

There's a fair amount of DW to him: Shoulderpad, and Left Arm. His bolgun also has the special ammo mags on the side of the housing.

Having said that, anything can be done. I wish you well
dvaston
Thanks
Mango
if you are looking for a more nurgle style check out wereweevil's demon prince guy thing. Sculpted and produced in sunny QLD. smile.gif

https://scontent.fadl5-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1...amp;oe=5DE642C8
https://www.facebook.com/groups/119252611833981/
Maxo_Q
An upgrade pack was made for helmets.

http://www.collecting-citadel-miniatures.c...ine_Helmets.jpg

Also I do resin 3d printing, I could print you a 54mm scale marine in the standard combo of parts so you could pose yourself.
Stinkingyeti
That model was a boss of a thing to paint, i loved mine, and was sad to finally sell it, but i need that shiny cash.
chromedog
While they did an upgrade pack of helmets, no corvus pattern helmet was ever done for it (beakie). Brother Artemis is also Mk8 Deathwatch marine. No other mk of space marine was ever produced officially for the game.

That said, I'm sure by now someone has managed to put together an stl to enable a 3d printed helmet to suit.

I recently dug mine out of the shed (was looking for some old rpg books, found a box of my 54mm =I= stuff as well.

IPB Image

He'd lost his sword and hand somewhere along the way, and his bolter.
So I made up a stormbolter for him and gave him a thunderhammer, and even sculpted the hand to hold it.

They're only pinned in place - I still have to strip the guy and redo him. This is a really old paintjob.
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