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Fresh-Faced New User

This is so cool. I love when people don’t just kitbash from old sprues, they kit bass with REAL DUDE stuff. Seriously, nice. If I have the time, you bet I’ll try this

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Lol **kitbash

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Cooper, TX

Man, wish I had seen this when I still worked on airplanes. They used to throw out washers like those by the pound at the end of projects or just before inspections. I don't even think they are "Too big", your lifting a space marine man. Now off to come up with my chaos version.
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Keeper of the Adeptus Arbites Flame

Arlington, va

Cool stuff, I always loved that illustration, I want a squad of marines with jet engines dual wielding plasma cannons!

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Huntsville, Texas

I like them, it just looks a little too big. If the thrusters were scaled down just a little more I would love it.

edit. But, going off the art they are perfect haha.

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 2018/04/10 04:33:14

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