I used a zombie arm as an ARM-ature <insert rimshot and cymbal crash here> Basically, I just pinned it in and then the sculpting began. Here's the final results.....
Its still amazing to me, being an old fart, what you can find on Google Images. When I was in college, you'd have to go to bookstores and several libraries to find good photo references, now you can type in something like "fat arms" into Google images and "POOF!" things you probably don't need to see. But wait!... He still needs feet! Before the arm sculpts began, Rhett had a tender moment with his scythe, Elvis.
For feet, I went with hooves. And.... well, that means the sculpting on Rhett (save his base) is finally...FINALLY... done.
There's likely to be a nurgling (or two) on the base... depending on how busy they make it. Otherwise I'll just smooth out the rock he's standing on and put some more dead things and a rat or two on there. I plan on entering a painting challenge over at Bolter & Chainsword and he'll be one of the minis I try to get painted during the time allotted.
OH! Speaking of rats! Somebody Has to be named Willard. If you don't get the reference, check this out....
That's it for now,folks. I'm going to endeavor to finish up Ms.Charlotte soon and I have to work on some Orks as well as my Nurgly stuff. Much more to come.