Fresh from the fires of Forgeworld Monkeychuka, a new knight is summ... erm.. forged! (Helforge you say? Goodness me, no! That would be heresy!)
I finally got all the lights working by blu-taccing the wires and battery in place. Turns out the battery was resting on top of two large neodymium magnets which attach the torso to the legs. This had an adverse effect on the battery's machine spirit. I stuck it further up the side of the main body and uttered a short prayer to The Omnissiah which must have worked because the lights came on.
I continued building and gluing stuff right up to the end. Three cables were added between the legs where the pennant thing normally goes on a night. I had no intention of hanging a flag off his balls but some dangly bits were perfectly acceptable.
A bit of oil splatter was added to the marble to symbolise the stain of chaos.
I've included a couple of pictures with the pauldrons in place but this was just to prove that I finished them really. This bad boy wants to go bare shouldered and show off his muscles.
I have no intention of... ..in game.. ..strangely.. .. butt it turned out ok...
|Carefully dipped in Chaos|
Together we will conquer
Wipe that cheeky grin and come on down.
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Cease all communication immediately...
Punitive detachment inbound...
May The Holy Emperor blot out your transgressions.
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I am gonna have to say it looks better with the pauldrons in the photos. They help exaggerate the colour change. Other than that I really like itReplyDelete
Cheers Rory. Pauldrons are magnetised so I can have it both ways!Delete
I prefer your mechadendrites arms to the official kit! Great work as alwaysReplyDelete
Yeah I don't think I need to buy a Chaos Knight now. Erm.. I might anyway. Thanks SiphDelete
Thank you sir!Delete
Damn, dude. That came out fucking awesome! The colour shift paint is fantastic, and the overall effect is seriously feral, vicious, warped, and disturbingly alive. Well done!ReplyDelete
Ahhhh, sweet, sweet music! I think this is going to ++REDACTED++Delete
So, what are you going to do next to top this?ReplyDelete
I don't know. I think I might take a break.Delete
Man, this machine is a beauty! Love the feel it has with the shoulders exposed. The conversion is exquisite but what really stands out to me right now is the great work you did on the brass/gold.ReplyDelete
All in all, really a work of art!
Yeah I enjoyed the brass work and just kept adding more copper, brass, bronze and gold. Initially, the entire model was metallic surfaces but I managed to get a lot of variety in. Thanks Xar.ReplyDelete
Amazing, amazing work as always! When I grow up, I want to paint like you. Damn!ReplyDelete
Never grow up. It's shite. Cheers Cap'n!Delete