Hey all a real quick one today with some progress on a Imperial Fist’s Ironclad Dreadnought.
This is for my own personal army that I am slowly building up. At the moment I am working towards 1000pts. I am really enjoying painting these Imperial Fists and look forward to showing more progress as I work my way through my small collection. On another note I got to play a few games of Warhammer Quest this weekend with a few guys at my local GW and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Not having played the game before and having nothing to compare it to I really liked it and had quite a few laughs, so will probably/hopefully be picking that up this weekend.
What do you think of my progress so far on the Ironclad Dread and what do you think of the new version of Warhammer Quest if you got a chance to play?
Your Imperial Fists are fantastic, and I hate yellow! Impressive how you have turned a terrible (imho) colour scheme in a beautiful one.
Hey cheers Stats and all 🙂
- Daemon Colin
I personally prefer a brighter yellow with a lot less weathering, however this guy looks pretty awesome! I especially like the weathering is blended to the yellow of the colour scheme, makes it look very realistic.
Thats really nice. I can imagine from seeing this that the whole 1000pts will turn out great. Whats your list may i ask? and how much do you play?, as I always pictured you more a painter than a player. Matt
Damn man! you did that some justice. Amazing skilzs
Hey Matt, I paint way more than I game. Infact I have only played a handful of games due to how busy I am with work. As for the list its basically a librarion, 2 units of 5 space marines, 5 scouts, 1 Ironclad, 5 sternguard, 1 unit of devastators, 3 drop pods, 1 thundefire cannon and a rhino.
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Darn, this is one heck of a model =)