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What a beast! Great conversion work!
From the pictures the side of the lascannon looks a bit bare, maybe a simple addition of a few spikes, severed head and the like and it would be complete.
(I would give you some rep but it isn't working at the moment)
I would consider adding washers to his waste or his legs or to both. HIs upper body is huge and his lower body very small. He looks a bit like a cartoon super hero. Great conversion otherwise
wow great job. his upper body does look a little too big, but if you put something cool on his base im sure no one will notice :yes: (i.e., a space marine crawling away because one of his legs is 5 yards behind him, so he cant run anymore :shifty: )
anway great job, i like the twirly spike on his left arm. what did you use for the head??
Dang, I need to give you guys a side profile don't I? I am going to have have a guy riding on top, chains attach to the neck and the ride is steer him.
Yeah great conversion. I imagine the fault Librarian Augustine finds is actually due to the perspective - with him 'escaping' toward the camera it gives a slightly exaggerated sense of scale.
As a way of 'finishing' this, I find it always good to add a few minor trophies to most of my models. Normally I'd suggest a few heads strung up somewhere, but with so much space left free on the base I'd think it a waste. The wounded Space Marine on the base is fast becoming a bit of a cliche but if it works for you go for it. I have a smashed Reaver Jetbike on mine, I got my inspiration from the Carnifex in the back of the Rulebook. Or you could have a smashed Chaos Marine from your enemy legion (i.e. if you play World Eaters, have a dead Emperor's Children). With a big model like a Dreadnought, it's nice to make them a display piece.
Absolutely masterful conversion.
Also looks like it'll be a blast to paint!
Wow that is amazing! The only thing Im not too fond of is the spike coming out of his close combat weapon. It should look more..like a tentecal, and less like a unicorns horn I think. Otherwise its great, how long did it take you to do that?
He's coming for you...
Yeah, the spike thing on the CCW looks kind of weird. If I were you, I would remove it, and make it look like a lamprey's mouth. That would be SOOO cool, like it devours its enemies.
http://floridafisheries.com/images/f...prey-mouth.jpg , if you don't know what I'm talking about. You could even model a flailing guardsman half in it.