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Err.. A chaplain?
Just kidding. It looks pretty good already. You don't want to overload it with extras. Maybe a chapter badge on one of the top panels?
How'd you do the skulls?
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
Don't add too much. Less is more. It'll look great painted.
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The large ones are standard GS-casts of one you can find on the Chaos Space Marine Bike. The small ones were made with a sewing needle inserted into a custom handle.How'd you do the skulls?
the only thing i could think of, is somehow incorporate the Chaplains chapter on it. If that doesnt work and you still think it looks too plain, go with some form of cross. Which chaplain doesnt like crosses?
That looks great. Don't add anything more. Pretty.
You could also mabye hang an (Oath of Moment) between the two jet exhausts hanging down in the back, might obscure that lower skull but it'd look pretty awesome. Tack it up with a few purity seals or something. It looks great as is, but I'm a big fan of the little scriptures the models nowadays seem to sport all over the place.
I'll be putting two pieces of "parchment" sculpted from green stuff on the top of the intakes.
See you in a short while when I post the finished model!
as said above,a few parchments or maybe a small cloak between the two exhaust pipes will make it look perfect.
just make sure if you go ahead and do the parchment,you dont go overboard and have it to long,chances are most oaths or seals attached to a jump pack will be tied back or be very short,so that they dont catch the exhaust gasses.
apart from that,well done on the GS work,it looks very nice.
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