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Is looking pretty neat to say the least!
I like the conversion work you've done and the painting's good; gotta love hazard stripes and I'm loving the searchlight.
Keep 'em coming!
Oooh! I love it when people convert their Imp. Guard vehicles to look like WW II vehicles. I made my first amy to look like an armored WWII Ranger platoon.
If I may make a suggestion, dirty it up a bit! Take some "dusty" colors (earthy reds, tans and browns) and mess around near the tracks and ducts. It'll really make that tank ruggedness come out. Also, Migpigments are awesome for work like this!
Great job though
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I have to say, I'm a fan of tanks looking lived in, too. Though admittedly, my baneblade is empty of such things. I figure they've got enough space in those things to stow gear inside.
As a Desert Guard painter/player, I have to say, good work!
"Speed is life! You go slow, you die!"
-Sgt. Unther, Mechwarrior 2: Mercenaries
I already replied in your other thred, but i'll do it again!
What's that red graphic on the side sponsons, btw?
Looking good, i like it, it fits the tank, good job Lancer!
Like I said on the other thread, NICE!