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*Unsure whether to put this in painting or conversion*
After a good many months my dread is finally finished. It was converted from GW's Chaos dreadnought, based on the FW one. Both arms are scratch built. The UM logo is freehand.
Back/side - plasma
Enjoy. Comments/criticism welcome.
wow Very nice.
The front skull and bat wings is superb and the ultra SCUM marine on the back is 10/10.
I give it a 9.5/10 (10been goldendeamonwinner)
beautiful, i love it, it really captures the Night Lords feel w/ the Ultramarine on the back...awesome job
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Not bad at all. I don't particularly like the UM corpse myself, but that may be because I'm loyal :)
Are the wings on the front sculpted?
Very well done (Y)
I like the mods and paint job.
Nice job!:-) I could never do sumthing that good!Like the Ultramarine on the back!
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Awesome work! Very fluffy! I'm impressed by your sculpting. Do you have more Nightlords or chaos spacemarine pics? Show me a link .. (Y)
IMO it's a little plain on top. Some spikes or trophies wouldn't hurt. I know there is something called 'less is more', but that's more like Iron Warriors, Nightlords like to overdo things ..
Ave Dominus Nox!
Thanks! (Y) No pics of anything else yet. All of my marines are getting a makeover (Again) to make look more worn and pre-heresyish, and with better techniques. Pics as they are finished (don't hold your breath).
I am going for the 'less is more' thing, I suppose. I'm happy with him as is. My Night Lords are more of a trophies not spikes sorta legion. I can see where you're coming from though.
One kewl conversion there, man!