It’s Death Company day on Tale of Painters! With Garfy working on his Death Company from Deathstorm, and after his beautiful rendition of a Death Company Dreadnought, I felt it was time to paint up my own Dreadnought. I wanted to go for a dynamic pose, and also decided to not using the scenic base that comes with every Dreadnought kit. Instead I created my own scenic base, with parts from the Manufactorum and other parts from my bitz box. The plate is made from the sheet that comes with the modular movement trays. I’m working my way from the base to the body to the arms. Should be a fun model to paint, what do you think?
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