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hey again! now rollling out of the painting garage following my ork warboss is my Chaplain Dreadnought that will play as the centerpiece to my Red Templar Marine chapter (essentially marines - red w/ yellow trim).
Like always, i really would like some constructive criticism so any help is greatly appreciated!
where do space marines get all of these skulls from
love the color scheme, I would try some darkening of the lines maybe around the symbol on front; but im not professional
I have a chaplain dread myself and have not yet been able to decide how to paint him; hope to see more
did you make the base yourself? if so good job on that as well
for the base i basically used 2 or 3 of the bases from the urban basing kit and added some coarser sand to fill in the gaps
also, i was debating whether or not to paint the shoulder red or keep it the 'chaplain' black, but since i needed some more ways to tie him in with the rest of my army, i figured to go for it...
I'm still troubled by the lack of a Crozius Arcanum. If the Dreadnought isn't bearing one into battle then at least model or paint it onto it's hull.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
hmmmm good idea about the crozius....since it's a little late to model it i think it could work well on it's armor plates on the top of its torso..