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Some finished Warhammer 40K models

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by iceman, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. iceman Member

    Hi all. I do have a vBench but don't seem to be able to start a new thread, so have done so through here.

    Sorry about the quality of the images, they were taken at a club night, when I can get round to it I'll perhaps take some better, closer ones at home, with better lighting.

    These are some of my finished war game figures. The chapter are Red Scorpions. I use all my figures for gaming as well.

    1. Games Workshop Jump pack Chaplain (kit bash/conversion)
    2. Forgeworld MKIV Venerable Dreadnought, in a Forgeworld Drop Pod. (WIP)
    3. Forgeworld MKIV Dreadnought.
    4. Games Workshop Space Marine scouts. (combined arms)
    5. Games Workshop with Forgeworld Cadian upgrade set Imperial Guard command squad.

    The scouts and the command squad were part of the army that I took to Doubles Tornament at Conflict South 2007 in London, we ended up 12th overall and were awarded best painted army.

    Hope you like and please don't hesitate to comment, good or bad.

    Regards

    Attached Files:

  2. Bad91Fellow Member

    Country:
    Germany
    They look great (as far as I can see them).

    How did you do the Games Workshop Jump pack Chaplain? Is there a small wire that is holding him?

    Lennart
  3. iceman Member

    Lennart

    I've just notice what you are asking, it looks cool, but these were taken at my club night the other day, the club photograhper has duped out the stand!!

    It is a clear flying post from GW at the moment although I am trying to find a thin clear plastic/acrylic rod, about 2mm should do it, bit need to ensure that it will be strong enough for gaming, which the flying post is, although does have an air bubble in them so do show for when it's on display.

    I understand about what you can see of them and will endeavour to place some close up images in the future.

    Thanks for looking and commenting, I appreciate it.

    Regards

    Tim
  4. Sambaman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Cool stuff!

    Jay H.
    OKC

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