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Neophyte undergoing Ritual of Detestation

Oxford, UK

Just finished a GK Stormraven...first time using weathering powders...let me know what you think!
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GK Stormraven Front

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GK Stormraven Side

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GK Stormraven Top

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GK Stormraven Base Detail

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Hardened Veteran Guardsman

Hiding in a ruined Chimera

Nice paint job, loving the base. Any reason why the cockpit glass is frosted?

Cadian 7th Regiment (Desert uniform) 550pts 2/0/0
WoC army 1000pts 1/0/0

 mattyrm wrote:
Yeah, I don't have PTSD after five combat tours, and frankly I'd rather get parachuted back into Helmand province armed with only a fething Nerf gun and my underpants than go into my local GW.
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Neophyte undergoing Ritual of Detestation

Oxford, UK

Would you believe me if I said it was for artistic reasons? Because that would be a lie, hehe...it's actually really detailed in there, well painted marine and servitor, plus lots of lights and buttons...then I went and forgot to mask the glass before varnishing
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Sniping Reverend Moira

Cincinnati, Ohio

Looking good. Did you mask anything with the patterns, or is it all freehand?

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Neophyte undergoing Ritual of Detestation

Oxford, UK

I masked the black hatching pattern, purely due to the sheer volume of it...I must've cut a good half metre of 4mm squares all told.
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