This is my Warp Lightning Cannon. As you might noticed, I lowered the position of the barrel by using one of the middle holes in the chassis. I think it gives the cannon more bulk and the barrel doesn’t stick out that much. I also placed the model on 60 mm wide base, which gave me the space to put the Overseer on the base, which made the interior of the Cannon less crowded. All in all, I’m quite happy with how it came out, even thought the painting was a little bit challenging. The hugh chunk of warp stone meant a lot of source lightning, and while I’m not a master of this technique, I’m quite pleased with the result. More pictures after the jump.
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