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    Re: The Imperial Guard Tread-head thread

    Ooh Thats hot ;P
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    Re: The Imperial Guard Tread-head thread

    Here are some kwick snaps of my latest Leman Russ Variant. As stated in earlier post they are supposed to be wingmen (wing tanks?) to the Shadowsword that I will be making soon.

    They are not quite fiished yet, but hopefully I'll get time this week.

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    those are awesome what rules will you use for them?
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    Re: The Imperial Guard Tread-head thread

    Finished the Bombard battery. Here's the squadron command vehicle, Paris.



    Here's the third vehicle:


    And finally all three of them together, ready to blast the Emperor's foes into very small smithereens from a jolly long way away.

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    Re: The Imperial Guard Tread-head thread

    Are those Forge World Bombards? They look wonderfully rustic and Characterful. If so do they come with crew?

    I am currently looking for something to scratch build a large calibre gun from to use as a Colossus, I've tried marker pens but they look a little small as I've used them for Griffons and plastic piping just looks too large for the Chimera chasis.

    Any ideas? I thought about old plastic pill bottles for the breach area, but need something for the barrel?

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    Cheers, old boy. They are, indeed. I don't think they come with crew - they certainly didn't when I bought 'em. I'd suggest some small plastic plumbing bits for the Colossus - something like this. I'm afraid I don't know what it is, but a potter around your local place should turn it up
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    Re: The Imperial Guard Tread-head thread

    Yeah the plumbing section is insanley useful for that sort of stuff, the emperor protect hardware stores. Great Bombard battery 'MrP', love the colours. Ive always liked the models, they look even more fearsome in battery form. Any plans on doing support vehicals and crew for them?
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    Re: The Imperial Guard Tread-head thread

    looking good 'MrP' they do look meaner in 3's than a single bombard. love the model.

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    MrP I'm amazed you still have a pot of Chainmail! lol

    I love those bombards, they're fantastic. It looks like they came straight from the battlefield!

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    Here's my latest tank for my Krieg army:




    As suggested by some, I painted it in my usual camouflage colors.
    I added some scratch-built steps on the front, the heavy stubber (magnetised and representing a heavy bolter) and a flexible antenna.
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    Nice work on your bombards guys.
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    Greenbull, damn you for upstaging me - that's so beautiful it's positively tank porn!
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    Yeah the plumbing section is insanley useful for that sort of stuff, the emperor protect hardware stores. Great Bombard battery 'MrP', love the colours. Ive always liked the models, they look even more fearsome in battery form. Any plans on doing support vehicals and crew for them?
    Thankee! Erm, I have vague plans to provide them with Trojans eventually, and no real preference for what to do next, so I could place a trio of Trojans at the head of the building and painting queue. They won't be up for a while, though - I'm going to Greece on Sunday for ten days, and I doubt the customs people would like me taking a Stanley Knife. Besides, I'd end up with sand getting in my glue!
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    looking good 'MrP' they do look meaner in 3's than a single bombard. love the model.
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    MrP I'm amazed you still have a pot of Chainmail! lol

    I love those bombards, they're fantastic. It looks like they came straight from the battlefield!

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    Thankee, sj! Do they not do Chainmail any more? I'm terribly behind with these things - I only found out Flesh Wash had been discontinued the other week when I saw some chap had opened a thread about it. I've too many old paint - even some of the round 20ml pots of Citadel Colour range from back in the day. Which is a smidge more than today's 12ml pots, so maybe that's they've lasted!
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    I'm sorry MrP, didn't mean to upstage you. Hope you understand I wanted to post the pictures the moment I was finished...
    But no worries for the near future, since I only have some vehicles to do that will be identical to the ones I already posted here, and I don't plan to post those. ( 2nd Vendetta, 3rd Chimera ) In a couple of weeks I plan to buy the armageddon pattern medusa that will be used as my second Colossus. I prefer to do different things instead of repeating. Once the medusa is finished I will post it.

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    Oh, I was just being silly, old boy - I'm certainly not upset to see such a lovely piece of work from you! I definitely look forward to that Medusa - and I think I speak for all when I say I'd like to see thy other works, even if you don't fancy posting them.
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    Greenbull that Bombard is a beauty. Amazing weathering there, Masterclass worthy!
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    An excellent selection of Bombards. It's almost enough to make me lose faith in my beloved Griffons...
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    @ MrP - lol last time I went to the GW store/hobby store, they had Mithril Silver, or something like that anyway. But not Chainmail! I couldn't believe it! I started the hobby roughly 8-9 years ago... and only recently I updated my paint collection with the foundation paint and the new wash/ink boxed sets. Well worth the moolah honestly, since I hate buying individual pots for like 6-7 dollars.

    @ Greenbull - wow a fantastic job! Ooo I do love it when models are finished to such high quality.

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    Amazing heavy artilleries you have guys. Just amazing.
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    I really need a better camera, but here is a look at an Ares Pattern Land Raider I built for my Daemon Hunters. The red seems to wash out a bit, might just be the camera though. ; /


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    Re: The Imperial Guard Tread-head thread

    just had to say tanks do not come in pink

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