For the last part of the Nurgle show: Malcador Infernus. Renegade-built and hopefully maintained.
Another really large model. I think I said it before, I’m a fan of the Malcador design, especially the lots-of-heavy-bolters variety.
However, this one’s got his charms too, mostly the little promethium hanger in the back. Of course it’s got a Nurgling rider sitting on it, mimicking the Gretchin from the Orks Scorcha model.
I kept the model very simple in terms of colour scheme and iconography, only adding a hand-painted vehicle number on both sides. That aside, I focussed on the weathering.
During painting I noticed a little bit that could only be an antenna mount so I made an antenna for the thank as well. It’s quickly done and adds to the look of any tank. Hope you like the model! 🙂
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Awesome job! I am a huge fan of weathering on 40K models. I know some people prefer the clean 'just came from the parade field' look but I'm not one of them.
I have also put antenna on all of my vehicles, I never was in any armored vehicles that didn't have them in real life. I usually use a plastic bristle from a broom, not only do they look good but they are also flexible which has saved them from breaking many times.