The reason this guy's face is so red is that a Questioner is a Torturer, usually using torturer's rods or the like, fires and that. So I thought red tones would look good on him.
What's that red sharpy stick on the left of his hip? Is that a weapon?
Anyways great model. 4.67/5
Wow,you seem to know a lot about history my friend'Tis a Torturer's Rod, they are usually heated until they glow red, orange, or white and pressed against prisoner's skin for information.
Questioners were known to use knotted ropes, pincers, tongs, needles, rods, blades, mallets, salt, and rats to get a confession out of suspected dark-friends.
Just about everybody who wasn't a Whitecloak feared Questioners, and Whitecloaks themselves hated them on the grounds that Questioners never fought an armed opponent, questioners tended to be cowardly on the field, but vicious in a dungeon.
A Sunburst on the breast of a tunic meant trouble, a Sunburst with a shepherd's crook on it meant far, far worse.
I say Herrdave, sometimes you should leave the old styled model in my opinion. Not because the new one is bad, but because both are good and they end quite different from each other to the point they could in a map be used as different units altogether, good ones at that! As always, fit really well in warcraft 3, I'm always happy when models look liek they belong in it.
The main reason I end up reworking the entire model is usually because I can't update the current design and have it still work - hence the helmet instead of the inquisitor's hood
If you have a screenshot of the old model being used where the new one doesn't quite fit, I'll release an old-styled one designed to fit the screenshot/theme you give me