Look out, its an Update
Here’s an update. Today i broke out the almighty air brush and used its savage prowess upon my remaining vehicles in my mech-ed out army. Now the twin Rhinos and the twin Land Speeders are both in their correct colour schemes. But i’m stuck on which areas of my Drop Pod to paint red and so i just skipped past it.
Group shot of all the units painted today:
Land Speeders. They both have exactly the same weapons and they work as a pair within my army to destroy tanks as a fast melta unit
Rhinos. Once again, exactly the same loadout and their purpose is to transport my Tactical Squads. One will transport 2nd Squad to advance while the other will transport 3rd Squad to a firing position behind 2nd Squad to utilize their awesome plasma firepower.
And here they are together
Drop Pod. This Drop Pod holds within my Ironclad Dreadnought and will be dropped behind enemy lines along with my mop-up squad of Assault Space Marines. The Drop Pod has been converted in an attempt to fit a Dreadnought inside but it failed. Still, the Drop Pod looks cooler when it opens as such. Im also in a dilemma as to which sections of the Drop Pod to paint red. Perhaps some suggestions in the comments?
Also, i’m currently thinking of names to bestow upon my Tanks. My Dreadnoughts are named after Fallen Angels as per the tradition of the Dark Angels and their successor chapters and also due to the fact that they were once Battle Brothers who are now entombed within the mighty Dreadnought body. But what should i name the Tanks of my army? Once again, you could leave suggestions in the comments.
I should have a light box constructed soon so that i’ll be able to take better pictures without stuff in the background to distract from models
Posted on June 2, 2011, in Warhammer 40k Figurine Painting and tagged 000, Air Brush, Dark Angels, Drop Pod, Guardians of the Covenant, Land Speeder, Paint Scheme, Painting, Rhino, Space Marines, Update, warhammer, warhammer 40, warhammer 40k. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.