The Bull Ogor Frostlord on Stonehorn:
I also did everything I could to make this model versatile, considering how long it takes me to do anything. The right hand is magneted to his wrist, so I can swap out riders; as are the points where the chains connect to the beast's head. The seat is magneted to the beast, so I can swap that out. The head of the beast is also magneted on, so I can make him into a Thundertusk.
I really challenged myself on the sculpting on the spear. I'm really happy with the result, and I think it flows well with the model (back to my whole Seamless Conversion concept).
I also discovered a new method of doing the fur on the beast which looks better, and takes less time. I did so much of it, I ended up stumbling onto it when I was almost done. If you look close you'll notice the fur on the front legs is a slightly different style than that on the rest of the body. I'll do a separate blog post on that at some point.
The throne was mostly custom made. I used the other seat bitz from the original kit while building a few other options for this model, so had to improvise on a proper seat for him.
One more thing of note with this model: He's going to double as a Hunter model on foot.
I'm rather burned out on conversion work at this point. I really haven't done much else but work on this fella for over a month. Next up I'll be painting on some half finished projects, trying to clear the paint table a bit.