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Tomb Kings Construction
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Published: February 13, 2018
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Painted for Total War: Warhammer II Tomb Kings Campaign
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asari13's avatar
asari13|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
cool scene
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KarakNornClansman's avatar
I just love to see ancient Egyptian life depicted with skeletons and mummies in full swing. Old habits die hard, hehe! Neat realist touch with the ramd and its long shadow. A worthy artwork for a worthy game.
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avenger09|Hobbyist General Artist
"Uhh should we tell him the Whip doesn't really work anymore because we have no skin?"
"Ah, just let him be. Without this he's got no job."
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Pariahnecron's avatar
,,Um,Master it scares me to say it but... is it nessesary to bring you food? It goes dtate trow your stoma-.
,,DO YOU DISRESPECT MY WISHES?!
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serphazin's avatar
you are not going to get much work done with those skeletons!
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Chrispy92|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wait, why is the foreman still whipping the skeleton slaves if they're soulless automatons who feel no pain?
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GuildWigglytuff's avatar
Tomb King skeletons are not soulless automatons, the souls of the original workers and foremen are in those bodies serving their king in death as they did in life, tomb kings undead is very different to other undead in the warhammer universe
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Chrispy92|Hobbyist Digital Artist
True. But if they don't feel pain, why are they bothering with the whole whipping them to work stuff? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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KarakNornClansman's avatar
Habit is a powerful force, mate. Old habits die hard. :)
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HydraliskMarineSC2's avatar

T H E  P A I N  I S  G O N E

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Vladr27's avatar
Tomb Kings are all about "acting". From plowing sand to whipping bones, tradition binds them and there is also something alike "undead PTSD" in them, which makes them desperately crave semblance to living beings.
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GuildWigglytuff's avatar
Force of habit I suppose
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Aderendhuelse's avatar
For the illusion of the original feeling ;)
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