On an entirely different note, here's some more of what I've been working on lately.
My flaymaster. I covered the gap between the two parts of his coat / robe with a thin strip of greenstuff, to make a belt, and I think it works fairly well. Adding the severed heads and pouches make it look the part.
My Sorcerer. Really happy with how this guy turned out. His right arm is from the plastic chaos knights set, cut down a bit to make a staff. The assorted impaled skulls came off the vehicle accessories and the smaller ones from one of the chaos knight helms. I thought they looked a bit silly on the helmet, but they work on the backpack. Legs, torso and left hand came from the Sternguard set. I got one of those as a present, and am using the bits conversions for on dozens of my Night Lords.
I seem to recall some GK bits in my FLGS bits bin that might work well with him, small books and scrolls and stuff to add to the belt.
Another Obliteration team, and a Warpsmith to go with them. You can't see it in this pic, his gun is a combi-grav from the Sternguard
And lastly the Aspiring Champion for my Wild Hunt themed biker claw. I used more of the Chaos Knight parts here, but they didn't work as well as I hoped. The legs carry a Marines torso too far back, and it leaves a gap you have to fill in with green stuff. I was able to cover it over as well with the pouches. It doesn't look as obvious in person as it does here, and will be less so when I get round to painting it too.
I think the rest of the biker claw will probably just use the standard marine bodies, and see what I can do with them to fit the theme.
I plan on doing a Dark Apostle as well. While I loathe the Word Bearers, having a Night Lord responsible for sending the slave fodder into battle makes sense. Plus these guys can pull double duty if I want to use a different codex.
Still need to do a proper Chaos Lord, but since Forge World teased the picture of First Captain Sevatar, I'm thinking of waiting to see what that will be like. I'll likely end up coverting something else in the meantime. I enjoy converting, even if I'm not so keen on the painting side of things.