Chaplain looks really nice. Always been a big fan of the older miniatures and I look forward to seeing that Rhino painted up in Consecrator colours.
Don't hold your breath for that one, my Landraider is WIP for a year already, this wreck probably wont be much faster
I agree with DR on the Chap
But man, the Pred really looks a bit "used up"...
My best bet for getting a new sponson would be the bay... guess I saw somone who is selling one
Good luck with your "projekt" and keep going with your Consecrators, cause they do look amazing
Wow man, that was just the bit I needed! Thanks!
Re: your FW devastators - in what way are they a pain to assemble? I've got plans to do the same thing with my BoP models (except I will be going for the sweet underslung lascannons and plasma cannons) - what am I getting myself into? And do you have any tips to make life easier?
Thanks for the kind words.
Concerning the underslung weapons:
- The Mk3 arms have larger vambraces than regular marines, so you have to trim off a large portion from the lower fore arm.
- Attaching resin to plastic isn't a joyfull union.
- The weapons are really heavy, so if you're like me and blue-tac arms to make painting easier, you'll have a bad time.
- You need to consider the poses in advance, since you won't have much choice because of the bulky guns. They need to have pretty straight backs as well, since the magazine practically drags in the ground.
Edit: The last point isn't relevant to you. The plasmacannons don't have the huge magazines on hte bottom. I don't envy the fiddling with the cables though.
Edited by GreyRavenC, 17 August 2017 - 04:35 AM.