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It' s done! After painting a few days I' ve just finished my Defiler for my 1ooo Sons army.
I didn' t use that much blue because the Defiler isn' t dedicated to Tzeentch ( I had to use the 15 points for another equipment ). Instead of blue I used more black colour.
Comments are welcome.
The Daemonic Possession:
The Living Vehicle Uprgrade:
And the Autocannon:
Last edited by #_#; April 27th, 2006 at 16:00.
realllly nice man, excellent job. makes me sad to see some of the heads you used, nice ones:cry: but oh well good job:w00t:
Overall it is a little rough around the edges but you did an awesome job of adding space marines heads (souls) coming out of the machine. The overall effect is very cool. That was very creative and to be honest I have never seen that done before quite like that. So Kudos to you!
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very nice. excelent work... i like the living vehicle upgrade so much :yes:
at all a very nice work:w00t:
As said before, excellent job on the space marine helmets being incorporated into it!
*applauds* bravo sir, I bow my banner to you.
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The last with pagan blood
We fought the world with burning steel
Now we sit in Hall of Gods
He screams Tzeentch.
You should pay for the upgrade for the sake of style. :yes: (I did a dred once who I paid points for the Dirge caster due to the faceplate I made him.)
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Well done. I also particularly like the use of the SM heads.
Keep it up.
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Nice conversions and painting. Well done.
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