Some minor conversions were made to vary the appearance of this single pose. I also seem to have left the 'safety strap' off the models. The models are metal and the supplied standard flight bases may not be a great mounting for them so I'm thinking about moving them to 30mm round lip or 40 mm beveled bases.
Since the models are actually bigger than the bases I don't think that upping the size of the base footprint will have any adverse game effects.
When doing the glider scheme I misjudged the area that would be covered by the rider so the Kabal signature fractal pattern is almost entirely covered by the rider. In retrospect I think adding the pattern to the, otherwise simply red, drapes would have been more effective. I'm thinking about adding that in. I'd left it largely plain to accommodate campaign and Kabal badges but those could still be accommodated after patterning and overflow badges could be easily be moved to the glider vanes.
Next up is the Legendary Sci-Fi Gluttony.
I started out with washing the base colors and then layered up from there. At this point there are three layers on and there will be one or two more edge layers for illumination.
The trick with the cartoony approach I'm taking to Nurgle is to make the models look decayed and diseased without being to muddy. I'm considering adding some powders at the end of the cartoon process, mostly in the flab folds, to distress the whole, add texture, and convey an 'unclean' feel.