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Made in gb
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Just recently finished this guy. Those forgeworld dreadnoughts are such amazing kits and the Achillus is the second coolest dread in the game (right after the galatus). Really pleased with the spear and the inscription on his shoulderpad. Let me know what you think C&C very welcome.







   
Made in at
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But wait, there's more: happy dreadnought family.



Really happy to finally have every flavour of FW dreadnought all painted up.
   
Made in gb
Executing Exarch






Those are nice looking models!
Sword and board guy is my fav!

https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/772746.page#10378083 - My progress/failblog painting blog thingy

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AngryAngel80 wrote:
I don't know, when I see awesome rules, I'm like " Baby, your rules looking so fine. Maybe I gotta add you to my first strike battalion eh ? "


 Eonfuzz wrote:


I would much rather everyone have a half ass than no ass.


"A warrior does not seek fame and honour. They come to him as he humbly follows his path"  
   
Made in us
Storm Trooper with Maglight






Off the shoulder of Orion

My goodness, your gold work continues to impress. Lovely models and excellent poses.

I've got some of those dreads to build/paint. Is positioning the arms tricky with all those separate parts?

My Collected Narrative Photo Battle Reports

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Thanks to Thor 665 for putting together the article
 
   
Made in at
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 Gordy2000 wrote:
My goodness, your gold work continues to impress. Lovely models and excellent poses.

I've got some of those dreads to build/paint. Is positioning the arms tricky with all those separate parts?


Thanks! And yes, posing these is tricky. My recommendation is to assemble the model first using blutack. Get your posing right, then use a sharpie to scribe multiple lines across the parts/joints so you can replicate the position later. Disassemble the model again, remove the blu tack and start assembling it with super glue. Work your way up from the legs. Hope that helps.
   
Made in nz
Storm Trooper with Maglight






Off the shoulder of Orion

Awesome advice - thanks Tiberias.

My Collected Narrative Photo Battle Reports

http://www.dakkadakka.com/wiki/en/Gordy2000%27s_Battle_Reports

Thanks to Thor 665 for putting together the article
 
   
 
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