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Does anyone have any idea how to model an Ironclad dreadnought?
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search arround google and you'll find lots of pictures of peoples attempts at converting one, as well as a CAD drawings of what the real Ironclad could look like soon enough. Or even search the forums here on LO
Check out Double Edged Painting blog for more information on commissions and work in progress
you could use the furioso dreadnought and add some armor plating
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Here's my speedy attempt at an Ironclad.
As Ironclads are the only dreadnought so far to get the Seismic Hammer, I figured that by making one of those for a regular dreadnought would be sufficient to "count as" until we get a definitive GW model to base our conversions on.
The hammer arm is made from two pieces of plasticard attached to ether side of the power cable section of a single sponson lascannon from a landraider and then filled with milliput and with an old imperial vehicle heavy flamer nozzle. the hammer itself is the body of a plastic landspeeder's multimelta (minus the barrels which I'd pinched for another conversion), attached to an imperial mortar and a Space Crusade dreadnought's plasma gun with sume milliput cabling badly done to connect the three together.