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I agree with the point Gymnogyps and a few others where trying to make. If a man wants to wear a severed head as a cod piece, then a woman should be able to wear a corset with skulls on it. I also agree with some one, a few s back, who said the SOB are an extension of the beauty of having faith in the Emperor or something along those lines, thus, they dress beautifully as well as functionally. Plus, the curvature of bewb armor would be better for deflecting bullets, where as a flat breastplate would take more damage. The real debate about sexism here stems from the sculptors themselves.
Did these "men" intentionally sculpt said bewb sexy sisters of battle with sexist intentions in mind? Doubt it, compared to other fantasy or sci fi figurines, SOB models are mild. Although the uniform is form fitting, they are still at least covered up, nothing hanging out. Sisters Repentia on the other hand Well, even they make sense to me in a way.
Seeing as how they blindly charge forward to die in battle as a way to repent for their sins; why bother wearing armor or anything that might save you life, and thus, ruin your chance of salvation? One thing, I might agree is a bit unfair about the representation of females in the 40k figurines: Diversity of size.
I don't mean bewbs, I mean the size and shape of the bodies. With 40k male figurines they got tall ones, short ones, fat ones, and mutated ugly ones.
Like pictured below: I'm just using pics from the Dakka Dakka gallery, free advertisements for whom ever I randomly grab an image from Tall: by: lifeofshan Short: by: Llamahead Fat, Ugly, and Mutated: by: the scarecrow For the female figurines we have to pick from, there is pretty much only the one standard size. Athletic build with hourglass figure no matter how many bits of armor you stack on or take off from her. Where are the horribly mutated nurgle plague women?
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Where are the woman Ogryn or female Halflings? Where are the sculptures of a woman blown open with her guts hanging out from rocket fire? I say borderline because I still don't think the original sculpters had purposful sexist intentions in mind when sculpting. Instead, it falls into that subconcious relam where us as males might not even realize we are doing it. That still does not make it right, just not as wrong as it may seem.
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Humans come in all shapes and sizes. I know one has to stay physically healthy and fit in a lifetime of battle, but not every woman has that hourglass figure regardless of diet or exercise. Some people are just "big boned", born tall with thick muscle mass.
Why not make a Cannoness with a little meat on her bones? Sure they might not be full fledged Sisters since they are "mutants" kind of, but once sworn to a life of Faith for the Emperor, why not? Let us put an Ogryn in the SOB armor and see if that looks "sexy". Gymnogyps wrote: More like a barrel than an hourglass. Melissia wrote: In any way.
So you may stop insinuating I did, because you are wrong. That particular line of discussion is ended as far as I am concerned. Monster Rain wrote: That's a lot to pin on a model's hair-do. Maybe Vect likes his slave girls to look like battle sisters? I hear he's huge into cosplay. Dakka 5.
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Forum Index » 40K General Discussion. Subject: Advert. Nice paint job! That is what I was talking about, the one figurine that feels more like a natural woman. The only problem with that one, is that it is just the one. There are Daemonettes: by: neuminic But they are still hourglass, even if some of them only have one breast.
If they did make those, why not female ratlings? So if they expanded upon the female gender for other races and armies, then that alone would cut down on the sexist feel of the SOB sculpting. Since the SOB are pretty much the only option for us to discuss, the flaws stand out more. If there was more variety of different types of women, then in a way it would dilute the "sticking out like a sore thumb" effect the SOB have. That is more of a "sweeping under the rug" solution, but a solution none-the-less.
I like the way the SOB models look too. A bit outdated since they have new members on the sculpting team and even the old ones have improved their craft, but I like the look. They could use some revamping, shaking the dust off, rethinking or what ever you want to call it, but not too much. Here is something I think no one will find, prove me wrong if you can: an Official GW figurine of a woman horribly injured or dead. Official events, display cases, pictures from any of the books, anywhere!
Go find it! If we are talking about equality here, this is War! Every one can have chunks of themselves shot off by heavy bolter fire, equally.
Art work aside, feel free to post the hand drawn pics from the books if you want, but we are discussing figurines for this topic. Dear Melissia, You poor girl, I noticed you've had to end several lines of discussion, only to have them pop back up again. It must be hard being the only drop of estrogen in the storm blown seas of testosterone. I am being sincere, I'm not poking fun in anyway, I feel sympathy for your plight, and you have my respect and support.
I'm calling you out for this message because I am curious about your input on the topic I've been trying to steer this conversation towards. If they are going to be making new SOB models, and if we are talking equality vs if they should be sexy; then why not SOB torn open on a chaos alter for new terrain piece? Why not Nurgle SOB plague marines? If you want to tone down on the sexist sexiness of the SOB, then what better way to increase the equality than to be blown apart by rockets?
Or also if there is any reason why they would not be allowed as an ally SOB chapter?
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If they sculpt some of those then it will help diversify and balance the female spectrum of their figurines. I just had a funny thought: an Ogryn SOB with the pointy torpedo missile bewb armor, grabbing an enemy by the back of the head and smashing them against said pointy torpedo bewb, thus impaling it through their skull!! Now that, is combat effective and stylish! What does seem to make it a sister is the short cut hair, which is a part of the sculpt.
And as Melissia pointed out: "The Asrubael Vect box makes it quite clear that one of them is a Sororitas, as well. Sorry, I was unclear it seems. Not just the hair-do, which is the standard issue hair-do for SOB, but the fleur as well. See the fleur in the pic? It was said that painting one on a mini wont make it a SOB, which I agree. I can paint a fleur on an Ork but it wont be a SOB.