|Veteran marines from the 16th Legion on maneuvers with their new ride|
|I took this photo to make sure I was able to mount the tracks properly for both sides|
|WIP progress - I was thrilled to have the tracks mounted on until I started priming...|
|Ring mount for the sponson - one section gave way during the prep...f**k resin|
|WIP - the green is down|
|Painting the lascannons separately is highly recommended|
|Ready to roll!|
|Twin lascannon sponson, ready to dish out abuse to the foolish adherents of the False Emperor|
At least I was smart enough to leave the lascannon mounts and cow catcher aside to paint separately.
|I'm sure the Sons of Horus use "green" bio fuels...|
|Heavy bolter mounted on the command cupola|
Anyway, I sorted the decals as best I could, and did some hard core weathering - lots of sponge chipping, weather powder, and even some oil paint! However, I noticed that the Testors Dullcote tends to wipe out the effects of weathering powder, so I may have to go back and add a bit more. But overall it still turned out OK, well enough to roll out on to the table and get shot up in the first turn.
|Wheels are better than heels!|