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Just wanted do show my Rhino interior. I think it's pretty ok, as it's my first paint job at all
It's an Inquisition Rhino with some Forgeworld stuff (Front, Side, Top and Back Doors), the second Stormbolter is magnetized. Tomorrow I'll paint the rest of it
Last edited by daisho; September 28th, 2010 at 18:14.
Nice work. I really like the bolter leaning against the seat, and the helmet on the bench. One question: What Chapter are you doing?
I'm working on a combined force of Ordo Xenos, Ordo Malleus and Ordo Hereticus. I use the Space Marines codex as base for Ordo Xenos (Deathwatch paint scheme), and both Daemonhunters and Witchhunters codizes. They fit together pretty good rule-wise.
Sweetness. Well, they look absolutely amazing. Best of luck with the rest of your project.
I would really like to see a close up on the computers. They look very nice and well painted.
Looks great, I like the mud going to one of the seats. Looks like one of your marines needs to learn what the mat is for!
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That is pretty darn cool looking. Great job there. The little bitz (bolter and helmet) look great.
"Into the fires of battle, unto the anvil of war!"
-This space for rent-
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Looks great, I like the mud going to one of the seats. Looks like one of your marines needs to learn what the mat is for!Actually it's notI would really like to see a close up on the computers. They look very nice and well painted.
The big red button doesn't have any shading/highlight, so it looks a little odd. The panels show some sort of Tyrannid symbols!? or whatever, it doesn't look like gothic font hehe.
I didn't get the radar line a line, it was a little tight as the plate with the panel was already assembled into the rhino.
But who cares, I started to paint an interior as nobody will see it that good ever again as soon as the rhino has a top
I started with the bolters. They are a little smooth, I didn't really drybrushed them ... it was more like painting them like an elementary school kid paints on paper.
simple but effective great job