Just a quick one today – Space Wolves Attack Bike! Again, I’m really struggling to give you any new insights on Space Wolves on this point because for the past three years I painted a LOT of those. However, when assembling a Bike or Attack Bike (or Land Speeder for that matter) I usually put everything together but don’t glue the torso (with arms, head and backpack attached) so you can paint them more comfortably. So I found something out – if put the torso of the driver onto the legs of the gunner his outstreched arms will fit exactly to hold the rounded bar on which the heavy weapon usually rests. Try it out, you’ll be AMAZED. Also opens up for an easy solution to that old conversion idea of “Space Marines on a roller coaster”.
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Looks inspiring as usual. You guys have made me really want to paint again!