Let's take a look!
Chaplain Venerable Dreadnought
|Originally purchased from my buddy Greg at last year's Adepticon, I've been anxiously awaiting painting him.|
Greg's former army, who this fella was a leader of, was a Black Templars army. So in true Deathwatch fashion, he carries the insignia of his former chapter with him.
He was originally on a larger base, which I did some modifications to earlier. After working on the display board on Monday I decided to put him on a different base. Mainly because I couldn't get the original base to jive with the display board.
Also, while he is a character and can't be targeted unless he's the closest model, the larger base did raise his height a bit and made it harder to hide him behind terrain if needed.
Adepticon Display Board
|This year I am going all out for my display board for the Warhammer 40k Friendly.|
I figure that if I'm only bringing 8 models, the board should be really nice. As a result, I picked up the Kill Team box set and used all the terrain in it to build a blasted out cathedral.
The cathedral itself is on a raised platform, and the models in and around it will be sunk into the board.
The interior of the ruin is pock marked with craters, as will the exterior.
As of right now, this is where I stand. I picked up some spray foam to help make the transition from the foam board to the mdf, and soon I'll be figuring out the final placement of the models standing outside of the ruin.
That's all for now though. This board and the accompanying models are proving to be a great project. I can't wait to see how it turns out.
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