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Firstly, sorry for the big pics, but it is a big model.*
So happy to get it done. I started it on March 25th. So over 4 months later its finally done... Such a large piece didn't suit me. it was a good learning experience, but not something i'd like to do again.
I'm looking forward to doing the base soon, i think that'll be the most enjoyable part!
Anyway, enough... heres the pics...
The tutorial on making it can be seen here...
Hierophant Assembly Guide
tsk, tsk, Gareth. Images a maximum of 700px wide please, cheers! - KU
dude thats awesome man, really good job *rep* i love those green insignias you put on its back, it really adds to it.
Unless you want a broken bug, you should not base it. The legs at too thin and break when glued to the base. You can do this, but you need support beams to help hold it up, and those are ugly.
Amazing. 11 out of 10 hands down. Fantastic Job.
Nice. Your not stupid like the kid who bought one at the local GW. He put his pon the base and it snapped. I couldn't help but laugh. Anyway, looks amazing Gareth.
That is an excellent looking model. It must be very hard to finish anything that size. The paint job works well though and give us more to see, aside from a big model to gawp at.
That's some great work, Gareth.
Any chance of a full horde pic with the Heirophant looming over the back?
Don't go out of your way, only on the off chance. Thanks.
Have you play tested him yet?
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