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Some people like female space marines. Others lobby vehemetly against their existence. I happen to fall under the former group. I think female space marines are neat and for me, a cool model trumps fluff any day of the week.
So I'm doing some work, painting up a model i think is fantastically cool. Some of you may have seen it on other Forums. It's Doc Thunder's Black widows dreadnought:
So far I've built the base for it, primed everything and have begun laying down the basic colors. I'm keeping myself on a tight schedule so as to get it out to the Doc in time for his tournament so you all need to help keep me motivated. I'm aiming to have it done and out by early next week.
Here's what the base I've built:
Here's the work I've done on the various parts so far:
And a WIP CCW arm just for good measure
Let me know what you guys think and if there's anywhere that needs improvement. I want to do this awesome model justice.
Everything there looks extremely well done. The highlight lines are perfect.
Keep up the great work!
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Ah, very good work, Sir. The only thing I have to say is that the chain ax could use a bit of touch-up work on the metal that binds the two blades together. It looks a little rough. Still, a very creative project you have here. Well done.
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Those legs are sweet, I've always trying to find something like that for my Broadside.. care to share what you used to build the leg? I hope it's mostly GW kit .. my local store and tournament stores don't like third-party stuff
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Guys, GUYS! If you read his post, you'll notice he's only painting the thing. He didn't build it.
The Dreadnought was made by Doctor Thunder. He posted the model not long ago here.You're out of luck. The entire lower body of the model came from a non-GW model, Robogear "spider tank" to be precise.Those legs are sweet, I've always trying to find something like that for my Broadside.. care to share what you used to build the leg? I hope it's mostly GW kit .. my local store and tournament stores don't like third-party stuff
nice work so far! those highlight lines are fantastic! mind revaling how you did the reds?
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Awesome paint job man! now stick that bitch together...
so to speak?
Yeah I didn't build it, I'm just painting it.
The reds were done building up from 50-50 chaos black and blood red all the way to pure blood red (with a little bit of mechrite red added in for coverage)
I'm keeping the model unassembled. Doctor Thunder wants to assemble it himself.
I've done more work on the CCW arm:
And added freehand as per the Doc's request
Dude! thats creepy as with the skulls!