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i like it alot. good job mate.
Nice model mate! Nice, clean and neat. And I like ya base too.
Welcome (back) to 40K and the forum
But I call to God, and the LORD saves me.
A simple but sharp and beautiful paint job. Very well done and welcome back to the hobby! ^_^
"Fight for justice, not revenge."
FoW Gepanzerte Panzergrenadiers who took a wrong turn at Tunisia and magically appeared in Normandy as Panzer Lehr: Wins: 11 Losses: 8
all i can say is brilliant and after 15 years but whats with the ultramarines
"Mr. Cypher please come out from underneath the table, the Dark Angels are not out to get you."
I have been building model kits for around 28 years now and applied a lot of techniques to the Predator, plus some of the more Warhammer specific techniques.
Usual stuff, drilled out gun barrels etc. Paint is a mixture of Citadel, Vallejo and Pollyscale (flat coat included. I used brush painting and airbrush work.
Why the Ultramarines? Ever since the first Ultramarines codex was released I have been keen on them. No idea why as they are the most regular of all the chapters. Doug (my son) and Graham (gaming mate) cannot understand why, but there you go.
The base is a temporary one which I can use for real armour models as well. A more WH40K specific base is being built in between other projects with some CoD scenery. Hence my other thread about how to paint realistic lamp post lights. Not sure of the best method there.
This build will take pride of place in my dispay cabinet as an Annihilator is the variant of choice for my army. It took Gold (SF vehicles and spacecraft) at the state model competition here in West Australia this year.
I may have turned 40, but I really enjoy Warhammer 40K and my wife also encourages me and our son!