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Made in pl
Regular Dakkanaut

Games Workshop miniature, Masters-level, NMM, Freehands, OSL.
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Painted by: Yaroslav Bozhdynsky

Comments are welcome

Made in gb
Lone Wolf Sentinel Pilot

where am I? *looks around* Well i'm...errr...I...I...don't know!

The lights mounted on either side (great idea!) would have some light flooding onto the side of the tank if there is that much osl from the headlamps...
Looks great otherwise

Made in us
Chalice-Wielding Sanguinary High Priest

Arlington TX, but want to be back in Seattle WA

I love all the additional lights on the tank. The blue contrasts nicely with the other colors. Also love the addition of the siege shield...seems like rhinos/razorbacks would be equipped with these as standard issue wargear...just fits well. The green looks great and the dirt/wear was done well. Nice looking tank!

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Made in gb
Revving Ravenwing Biker

Swansea, Wales

thats amazing :-) love the paint job
Made in gb
Veteran Wolf Guard Squad Leader

Reading, England

The lighting effect is really good, and i like the front dozerblade

Young Logan

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Made in gr
Basecoated Black

Athens, Greece

Very realistic. Very nice muddy look

You can always visit my blog - http://greekminiatures.blogspot.com - Epic miniatures, terrain, tutorials
Also Youtube Channel : https://www.youtube.com/user/TheKostasiii 
Made in ca
Perturbed Blood Angel Tactical Marine


Amazing work! Was the weathering along the bottom done with pigments?
Made in us
Dakka Veteran

South Portsmouth, KY USA

With that much grime, I would think you'd see some paint chipping, most notably on the dozer blade and down low around the treads, not too much but some - more on the blade though.

Mabe a little more wear on the aquila, some scratches showing the green underneath.


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Androgynous Daemon Prince of Slaanesh

Norfolk, VA

The model is a little busy for my taste but the use of colors are amazing.
Made in au
Boom! Leman Russ Commander

Brisbane, Australia

 Byte wrote:
The model is a little busy for my taste but the use of colors are amazing.


Made in au
Xeno-Hating Inquisitorial Excruciator


Very impressive as always.

Made in pl
Regular Dakkanaut

There is much chipping but it's not much visible on the dark green
The mud is painted with glazed acrylics not by pigments
Thanks for all the comments, it took me a while to finish him, but the commissioneer is very happy

Made in us
Most Glorious Grey Seer

Everett, WA

I'm going to have to look at my Vindicator and see if I can borrow your idea for extra headlamps.

Made in us
Reverent Tech-Adept

New York, Technocratic People's Republic of Vinnland

The green is strong, the chips are visible in there and the edges have a nice roughed-up effect, my criticism is the weathering, the mud: it seems too consistent, going up to a certain height only, the whole way round.
Now - the only basis I have for reaching into it that much is because the paint job is awesome, so the more awesome something is, the more picky I get! It's really a beautiful piece, that green is super sweet!

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