Ok, so here's some more work on the second plague rhino. I managed to get the turret over to the port side of the Rhino. It was a proper bitch of a project to make that possible, but the labour paid off eventually.
I had another idea to make this Rhino similar yet really different from the first plague Rhino: to bring up the vents on the back side. There's normally a bit that covers those vents, which I used on the first rhino. But I managed to cut out the vents so as to bring them up slightly. The last of the three pics show what I mean. I'd appreciate some feedback on which one I should choose. The damage to the bits is easily masked with some PVA and sand, so that shouldn't be a factor in the decision.
Let me know please!!
Replies (been a while, apologies! ):
Ace looking rhino, the holes, sand and gs work blend really well and gives it a suitably corrupted look.
I've seen a few guys use sand on their wip shots but I've yet to see a painted version to be honest, so I'm eager to see the finished product.
As always, great work and keem them coming
Edit: Oh and thanks for the link to the new Hellbrute
Thanks man. The Painted Rhino is shown in my showcase log. :-)
Love the use of bits on the first rhino, and the fading/highlighting on the Land Raider is superb! Excited to see more.
Cheers! Like the Rhino, Land Raider is now finished and pics of it are uploaded in my showcase log.
I have never seen sternie legs used for Thousand Sons. I'm super excited to see how they come out in your gorgeous paint style.
Cheers, I love the tabards on 'm and thought they looked very appropriate. I'm in a proper tank mood these days, but when I get back to foot sloggers, these will be the first to be painted. I'm still contemplating what scheme I should paint the tabards. Red (as I normally paint my NL robes); White (built up from light greyish blue (Space Wolves Grey)); or bone (built up from brown)? What do you think?
Edited by Augustus b'Raass, 01 March 2014 - 05:57 PM.