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after a lot of time, here is a Forgeworld Scorpion Mk1 (which I bought on eBay at a very low price), the latest addition to my Saim-Hann army.
(Mayor Quimby's Saim-Hann army WIP).
The model is not bad, even if it is not too detailed and is not very sleek (I tried to improve this with the paintjob).
I am quite happy of the final result, since this is the first time I model and paint something this big made of resin. I guess I could have added more freehand details on the red hull (which is too flat IMO), but the ones of the cannons are not too bad.
The base is made of a circle which I cut out of a MDF board, with a plexiglass rod with a couple of nuts and bolts glued on it... as usual, it is decorated with some spare plastic bits from Eldar range, bits from the Pegasus gothic ruins and resin tiles.
Here are some other pics from different angles. One from the back
...and one from the front.
Hope you will like it, comments and feedback are strongly appreciated!
Last edited by Mayor Quimby; December 20th, 2010 at 21:43.
This isn't a constructive comment, but..WOW
I was actually lost for words when I saw this! =D
It is just soo gorgeous! Really loving the freehand on the barrels.
It's amazing to see this version again and compare it to the new one. You have managed to make it look truly awesome my good sir!
Your quite right about the model. I hated the old MK1 (i think it looks like a shoe) but youve dona a top notch job making it sleek with the crisp paint job.
The freehand work is subtle and ace! Did you do it before you put the tank together?
I see what you mean about the red thought being a bit flat. Only thing that pops into my head is some battle damage but that may jus wreck it...... Drawing a black there.
9/10 as you can never really give a 10
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