The is indeed a very big gun, but not the biggest that a Leviathan Crusader can carry.
The next weapon build will be the H.E.L. Cannon. That looks like it will be the height of an Imperial Knight.
This is a very big box of bits, the Dreamforge Leviathan Crusader.
I bought this model years ago as I thought it would go with my Grey Knights really well, the helmet design is a perfect match for later generation Grey Knight Terminators.
It is quite a complicated kit and it got put on a shelf to collect dust for a while. And I do mean a while.
I also had no idea how to go about painting it. As it is a fully articulated model, I thought I should paint each component before building, something that would take some time to do. This is another reason it has sat around for ages.
But now that I am playing 40K again and models the size of Imperial Knights actually have decent rules and I have an airbrush, I am building the damn thing.
So starting with the feet, I am working my way up the model. By the time I got to the top of the leg, I realised this will be considerably taller than an Imperial Knight. I think I will need a homebrew 40K profile for this model, something that is in between a Knight and a Titan.
As I have regenerated my old Tyranid army for 40K, I wanted to convert a few of my really old Genestealer models to represent the one-in-four in a unit that can have an Acid Maw and Flesh Hooks.
All I did was cut out the tongue, actually called an Ovipositor, and replaced it with a Flesh Hook. A few others had some green stuff added to represent goo dripping out of the mouth.
I also decided to reposition some of the arms so they are not all the same pose, after all, these were the original plastic one pose Space Hulk Genestealers from the last century…in 1989 in fact.
I picked up this figure in a bits box a few years at a show and forgot about him. So I have just painted him up ina simple scheme for Rogue Stars and quite possibly an Acolyte for an Inquistion crew.
No idea what company it is from, so if anyone knows…
This is an old i-Kore model from teh Celtos range from a good few years ago. Although I used most of the models for a Treefolk Dragon Rampant unit, I had a spare character model that was pointing and just begging for a gun to be added, in this case a shotgun.
I plan to use her in a Rogue Stars Bounty Hunter or Mercenary crew, but she will need to be a “difficult target” as she is definitely not wearing any protective gear. Maybe a buckle secreted force field?
Mr Steinberg recently acquired this rather excellent Aurora Class Battletech dropship. It is pretty big, that is indeed a Space Marine next to it.
It makes for a great bit of scenery, enough for a whole army to hide behind. We will have to get a game set up in a spaceport and get this alongside the other spaceships we have knocking around.