Wow, that's quite the beast!How were the rivets done?
Thanks :) I actually cut them off of a Baneblade when I turned it into a Sons of Horus Fellblade. A bit time consuming but well worth it. Ive found a few sites that sell rivets but its hard to find the right size needed. Ive tried the micro beads method before but its way to time consuming for my tastes.
Nice conversion here. The only critique here would be the hips joints look a little weedy. It's a pretty common issue with bipedal vehicles. Maybe some extra armor flashing over it would help bulk up the look?Pretty good p-card work too. Better get your hand ready for lots o rivets when you start your orks up... :)
Are the legs from a defiler?I'm trying to place all the bits here.I can say this though, that dreadnought looks actually fast. Unique looks and selection of bits too. Nice. I wonder how you plan on painting it up.
What is that connective piping you're using in the back anyway? Some sort of wire? I've been looking for something myself as I hate moding guns on vehicles without some sort of power connection/feed being visible. Other wise it looks like.. well you've just glued the gun on.With this model, that piping serves as that awesome bridging visual which makes everything congeal together into a unified look
GIVE ME A HUG MR SPACE MARINE COMMANDER!!! DON'T RUN AWAY FROM YOUR FEELINGS!!!Love the model. The missile pod is pretty darn snazzy. This is way to late to say this but the chainsword on the lascannon seems way to short. For the rivets, try a leather punch. It's strong enough to go though plastic card and the holes comes in different sizes.
Now that's a scary fellow!