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Personal logo Pictors Studio Sponsoring Member of TMP22 Sep 2017 7:26 a.m. PST

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Great attention to detail.

Grumpy Monkey22 Sep 2017 8:36 a.m. PST

Hey we follow the same Sub-reddit :)

NOLA Chris Supporting Member of TMP22 Sep 2017 10:25 a.m. PST

That's suitable for MY work !!
Thanks! :)

I think I'd have to spend a LOT of time reading the sacred holy parchments!!

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP22 Sep 2017 11:39 a.m. PST

Well, someone's goin' to Hell

Seriously, fantastic work

bsrlee22 Sep 2017 5:28 p.m. PST

I tend to see more bare skin on the office girls walking past the local bus stop than that. Having worked in an office with a bunch of anonymous 'We can be offended for you' types, ANYTHING is NSFW these days.

The H Man22 Sep 2017 6:08 p.m. PST

Not my usual Axe to grind. But are there any normal gw females? (Fully dressed and not models?)

There was a box set of 40k guard nerds and such, can't remember their names.

Looks OK, but hardly a costume (ot lack there of) that's tough to screw up.

As far as NSFW, that all depends where you work. At gw or a brothel I'm sure its ok. (Oh no I didn't!)…yeah, I did.

Stepman325 Sep 2017 12:54 p.m. PST

oversized unrealistic weapons…

The H Man25 Sep 2017 2:50 p.m. PST

…make bigger holes.

(Disclaimer : that isn't meant to sound dirty)

ScottWashburn Sponsoring Member of TMP25 Sep 2017 3:55 p.m. PST

Cosplay? So these are actual living human beings? Not figurines?

The H Man25 Sep 2017 6:54 p.m. PST

If you call photoshop living.

GypsyComet30 Sep 2017 9:33 a.m. PST

are there any normal gw females? (Fully dressed and not models?)

There were some in the inquisitorial ranks during GW's last metal days who were obviously older and not runway aspirants (any longer), but aside from the really old Necromunda Escher Juves the women of 40k have always been statuesque and/or under-dressed (and frequently both).

The Craftworld Eldar line has women warriors (Aspects) and soldiers (Guardians) as well as the occasional Warlock. All fully dressed, but still ideal in form.

The less said about the Dark Eldar the better. All fetish gear, all the time.

The Catachan IG have had Vasquez clones from early on, usually in tank top and partial fatigues. The even older Imperial Army line had a couple who had left their tank tops back in camp but were wearing the outer shirt. Barely.

The Sororitas, from which the OP are derived, are all perfect in form and suffer no gravity, but most are in full armor, so there is that…

The Necromunda Escher are sensibly dressed for an afternoon's post-apocalypse, but a bit skimpy for most other social occasions. They range from tall and stacked among the leaders to normal for anyone else but still under-dressed for the juves.

Slaanesh doesn't count. They are either demons or calculated to offend. Or both.

The H Man01 Oct 2017 5:25 p.m. PST

Well said. I think that covers 40k?

Of modern (90s up) times, I can think of none, apart maybe the guard mixed unit of nerds and heros from 3rd or 4th ed 40k I mentioned.

All fantasy seemed the same, unless for a particular reason : dwarfs, I'm sure there is an old crone or two. Perhaps the orc cheerleader is closest? Was that even female?

Lord of the rings have a few females, but I would hardly call liv, Kate or miranda exactly average. Though the figures of course are the closest to real people, no matter how glamorous.

GypsyComet02 Oct 2017 8:21 a.m. PST

One Dwarf queen that I recall in WFB. Laudable as far as that goes, but still of a build with the males differentiated by longer hair and gendered chest armor.

The old metal High Elf Maiden Guard were slim elven maids wearing too little for a battlefield, while the later plastic ones were better armored but overly gew-gawed, and not particularly pretty.

There have also been women in the Wood Elf line for most of its sporadic appearances.

The Dark Elves feature Morathi, a rather statuesque and occasionally topless grandma, as well as several iterations of Witch Elves.

I think their magic users are the only women in the Bretonnian line.

The WFB Orcs used to have a sideline set of "mother" and children, but the later changes to the Orcs made that and the BB cheerleader suspicious. Boob Squigs, perhaps?

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