I am a warhammer and warhammer 40k fan for many years. Me and some friends also play the W40k-RPG Dark Heresy. This is Inquisitor Solomon Hurst, an NPC I developed to provide my players with several adventures.
Would you mind me using this as inspiration for a LARP costume? I would be taking the look down a very grungy and post apocalyptic path.
Funny thing is, that's my last name. So, I'm related to this guy.... I can dig it.
he looks like a 40k pimp
Is he a mutant? Looks like he doesn't have a face... or maybe it's a mask or something... ?
In the story of our RPG-campaign, Solomon Hursts face got burned during a fight. His face is covered with scars since then. Allthough he appears to be blind, he can still see in some mysteroius way. First I tried to draw the scars, but they became to dominant and I wasn't satisfied. So I decided to draw the face in this way.
Hahahaha, seem quite usual for Dark Heresy characters to be burned
In my campaign it was one of the players, he went to a sword-fight against one of that acid splitter tyranids, now he looks like Freddie Krueger (but with artificial eyes)
Sounds good. I am a great Frnak Herbert fan and I love the second Dunebook, where Muad'dib is blind but has the gift of foreseeing, so everybody is wondering, how he can act like he would see. I used this behaviour for Solomon. My players always discussed, if he was a psyker or if he has the same ability like the astropaths, or if he was blessed by the emperor. It was fun to hear them talking about their boss.
My players had an comm officer in their ship that didn't had eyes. He born in a planet so dark that humans evolved to become eyeless and with a radar-like sense, almost like bats. He was the most unsettling abhuman they ever met
That's nice. one of my players is a veteran of the Tranch-wars. He has a really bad attitude against mutants. I think he would have tried to kill this poor officer instantly on first sight while he screamed:"Oh my god! They are back again! Kill, kill, kill 'em all!!" (... yes, he is really passionated player)
Well, my players were quite suspicious of the guy... the line between mutant and abhuman is quite thin
My players have developed a healthy paranoia. Most of our campaigns end unexcpected. For this reason they tend to shot everybody who is NOT suspicious, because everybody who is not suspicious HAS TO BE an evil. (... but they accepted their arch enemy in disguise as a loyal acolythe. That keeps me smiling everytime my Psyker sends his "acolythe" to a mission. In one or two month I will reveal the secret. )