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New Promethium Relay Pipes
New Onager Dunecrawler
|The Admech army grows!|
I worked out a trade with a friend of mine for a couple of Start Collecting Skitarii boxes for my collection of Relic Knights models.
I was even able to add the Skitarii Ranger that I meant for the original Onager. I broke the right arm off of him and made him holding the Heavy Stubber while pointing.
The current plan is to use 3 of them, two with Neutron Lasers and one with the Icarus Array.
I can't wait to get them all on the field, with the blob of Vanguard Skitarri I plan on using.
Not pictured is my first attempt to airbrush anything. I was able to get my air compressor set up and airbrushed the leg sections with Rakarth Flesh and Bone to base coat them, rather than brush painting them. It'll shave off a decent chunk of time.
|These dudes have been assembled since 2015... I just now have them on bases and have a plan for them in game.|
They've spent the last 3 years in a box full of conversion bits and other models though and as a result a few of their swords were broken.
Luckily, thanks to my sets of Infiltrators, I had spare swords and arms. So I was able to easily repair them.
They will be marching soon as we are building up to running 2,000 point lists. Its a shame that they haven't been used before, as the Ruststalkers were one of the main reasons I bought into admech in the first place!
Finished Death Company
|Its taken way longer to get finished than I am proud of, but the Death Company Jump Marines are finished!|
I still need to drybrush their bases and paint the rims. But the models themselves are completed.
I have one more 5 man squad to do of these, but I ran out of Dark Reaper paint for the armor plating.
So, next up I'm doing a 5 man squad of Terminators, which are currently primed with Rhinox Hide and waiting their turn in line.
But that's it for now.
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