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Made in gb
Long-Range Land Speeder Pilot

Nottingham, UK

After some dabate on what new chapter i should start, i went for something with a totally different look to my bright blue and yellow ultraarines.

I have gone for red planet bases, and bright green purity seals to add a little colour into the rather grimdark scheme. i also used the Iron Warriors transfers from the Chaos Marine kit as there are none for Silver Skulls and these looked too bad ass to pass on (Heresy, i know.)

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Made in gb
Rough Rider with Boomstick


YES more Silver Skulls. Join the club mate. Feel free to look at my album if you want a different perspective.

Nice work.

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Long-Range Land Speeder Pilot

Nottingham, UK

Those are awesome Truffle! really liking the conversions throughout the army. you clearly have more patience modeling than i do. :lol:

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Hellish Haemonculus

Boskydell, IL

Amazing work!

Love the freehanding on them. Great stuff all around!

Welcome to the Freakshow!

(Leadership-shenanigans for Eldar of all types.) 
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Long-Range Land Speeder Pilot

Nottingham, UK

Thanks! I'm really pleased with the outcome.

Any tips on making the Plasma "pop"?

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