With the actual dwarves sorted that just leaves the rest of the core to be filled out. In a word: Hobgoblins!
What can I say, I love the little blighters. In my mind they are an integral part of the chaos dwarf fluff and story. I have always thought that the chaos dwarves would be few in number and that in battle they would drag along their backstabbing, sneaky minions to get in the way of enemies while the dwarves whittled down opponents from afar. In the new book they were the biggest disappointment for me as the new list did not include my favourite unit in the old army. Sneaky Gitz. Sure they were crap but they were cheap and man did I have fun poisoning everything in sight. The new list has generic Hobgoblins but at 5 points I know that I would rather have regular goblins (for less) or chaos marauders (who are admittedly undercosted).
Whatever. I got over it. I decided that I needed my hobgoblin unit to out number my Chaos Dwarf unit as I explained earlier I feel as though that is the way it would work in "real life." Probably not a great battlefield choice but I am not playing Chaos Dwarves to win.
Now a while ago as part of my "Chaos Dwarf Liberation" Orc and Goblin Army I made generic goblins that I intentionally designed to appear more hobgobliny than regular goblins. They were made using a 40K ork shoota with clips and handles cut off. This pole was then stuck to a base muzzle down so it made a cylinder of plastic sticking up. From there I glued a goblin head to the tube and sculpted furry cloaks to cover the tube and to give the model some girth (not much mind you... they are supposed to be weedy). They ended up looking like this:
From there paint was applied and they ended up looking like this: (please keep in mind that the helmets are not done and I have not decided what to do with the bases yet)
Or a close up: