This is Jerian, the Dreadnought. Everybody say “Hi, Jerian!”. As so often, he’s got several weapon arms for switching gear.
Fun fact on the side – this was the first time I actually built a plastic Dreadnought. Here are some pictures of the sides with various arms:
I’m currently working on a nice banner for him so stay tuned! (No idea what GW thought with not putting a proper banner with that kit).
Cheers! These are the regular Mortis pattern Autocannons from FW. One tidbit: FW is changing packaging (and resins as far as I'm aware) on some parts these days so one of the autocannon arms came in a blister and quite clearly on a Finecast sprue while the other came in the regular baggy and was cast in the usual FW resin used for that kind of parts. Weird. 😉
Interesting, and thanks for letting me know. 🙂 *throws money at FW*
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Stellar job, as always. Did you make those autocannons yourself or are those from FW?