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Marauder WIP

Here is where my Marauder is at, after about 3 hours work. As can be seen, some fine details are still required, and the basing needs to be done. Should have it all finished up by tomorrow.









I am going for a "mid-campaign" look. Dirty, worn, and too busy fighting to keep things pristine. I like to think I have captured that. I hope the weathering comes out in the photos. I would really appreciate any/all feedback you readers have - Thanks!

CA$H out.

Comments

  1. Hmmm...the opposite I think about Chris'...this one has no colour, lol.

    Maybe do a plate or two red that is grey, or another colour that fits your army. It looks very plain right now.

    If that is what you are going for, then its fine!

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  2. nah make the plates construction yellow.. those thunderhammers make it look like he's ready for the construction site!!

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  3. I'm pretty sure those are just huge wedges he jams into other warjacks...

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  4. They slam the opponent jack D6 inches away PLUS they take a 20 + 3D6 points of damage, not counting "collateral" if they hit something.

    Feel the pain.

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  5. So you're saying I should shoot it with a gun the size of a buick?

    I can do that.

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  6. Hmm after siing it in person and having that top most plate painted red I much more of a fan. The weathering is really lost unless you see it in person.

    Now if we can only figure out how the rules for it work :P

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