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Christmas Themed Necrons

Updated December 2011
All Of The Christmas Themed Necrons I Have Made So Far

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In 2008, I came up with the idea of making some Necron warriors wearing Santa hats just for fun as a display piece on the run up to Christmas. After making the first one, I thought I would have a go at making an entire squad of Christmas themed warriors, each one being different. Now, I intend building an entire army of Necrons with a Christmassy winter theme eventually, however I will be quite slow at building them.

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Christmas Themed Necron Warriors Squad
Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2008
Warrior 2008
Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2009
Warrior 2009
Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2010
Warrior 2010
Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2011
Warrior 2011
Christmas Themed Necron/Snow-cron Flayed Ones Squad
Christmas Themed Necron/Snow-cron Flayed One 2011
Flayed One 2011

Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2008

The first Christmas themed figure I completed in 2008 was just a basic Necron warrior built straight from the box, but with the addition of a Santa hat made using Green Stuff (an epoxy modelling putty produced by Games Workshop).

The First Christmas Themed Necron I Made in 2008

The First Christmas Themed Necron I Made in 2008

The First Christmas Themed Necron I Made in 2008, Front View

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Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2009

The second Christmas themed Necron was completed in 2009 and this time, aswell as the addition of a Santa hat made using Green Stuff modelling putty, this Necron is also throwing a snowball. To make this, I had to make a new hand to replace the one that's moulded onto the gun using a piece of plasticard and some Green Stuff. Then once the snowball was fixed in position, bending some microstrip around to form the individual fingers.

The Second Christmas Themed Necron I Made in 2009, This Time Throwing a Snowball

The Second Christmas Themed Necron I Made in 2009, This Time Throwing a Snowball

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Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2010

The third Christmas themed Necron was completed in 2010 and is again a basic Necron warrior. This time, aswell as the Santa hat, it is also wearing a scarf made from Green Stuff. The scarf started out as a sausage of green stuff which was curled round the neck joint and flattened into shape before attaching the warriors head.

The Third Christmas Themed Necron I Made in 2010, This Time with a Hat and Scarf, Front View

The Third Christmas Themed Necron I Made in 2010, This Time with a Hat and Scarf, Back View

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Christmas Themed Necron Warrior 2011

The original idea behind this Christmas themed Necron warrior was that this figure was making a snow Necron (or snow-cron for short), so the arms were repositioned to be reaching out in front with replacement hands scratch built to replace the ones that are moulded onto the gun. The gun itself has had the hands removed and then been positioned on the base to make it clearer that this is a Necron warrior and not a Necron flayed one.
I also made a snow-cron to go with this warrior when on display, which I have decided can count as a Necron flayed one when used in gaming. The snow-cron can be seen further down this page.

The Fourth Christmas Themed Necron Warrior I Made in 2011.

The Fourth Christmas Themed Necron Warrior I Made in 2011.

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Christmas Themed Necron/Snow-cron Flayed One 2011

The first Christmas themed Necron flayed one was created in 2011 to go with the Necron warrior made that year. The design being based around a Necron version of a snowman, making it a snow Necron or snow-cron. Once assembled, I decided that it would count as a Necron flayed one when used in gaming, so more snow-crons will be created to form an entire squad of them.
The snow-cron was made using a warriors head and torso glued to a support post which was coated over with Green Stuff modelling putty to look like snow and the arms were made from Green Stuff sculpted over pieces of wire to look like sticks. A few of the finer details such as the Necron symbol on the chest were carefully removed and gaps filled in with Green Stuff to give the impression that the final figure was sculpted from snow.

The First Christmas Themed Necron/Snow-cron Flayed One I Made in 2011.

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