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post #1 of 74 (permalink) Old 01-04-08, 05:18 PM Thread Starter
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Default Defiler goes Dreadnought

From the Day i build my first Dread dreamed about a very special Chaptermaster.

My idea:

Wounded in battle the great hero serve as a Dreadnought over decades and become a venerable Dreadnought with a special style.

Due the Chapterhistory the have close contakt to the AM, and so the Master get his special Look.

Ok, and here some Picīs

First some Leg-Work:


(Extended Armor casted by me ;) )

Then the Body with the "Face" of the Master:



Close Combat Weapon (Powersword):
<--without Energy
<--with Energy

The Body with the homemade Shoulderpads and the first Weapon:




so...what do you think?

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looking good, the light in the sword looks great. are the barrels on the leg permanent tho?
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that a defiler???????????????? looks damned impressive
*grabs pen and paper to write down a wishlist of parts *
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The Goal is the conversionof the Defiler to an loyal venerable Dreadnought (include the conversion from four legs to two legs, the Powersword in the left arm and an twin linked Stormcanon in the right arm)

All weapons are selfbuild and i hope to make a great step to an unique kind of Dreadnought.

If people look like , i am on the right way
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wow amazing stuff there mate. The sword looks awsome as does the cast stuff. One suggestion I would make however is give the foot that is standing on barrels claws like the other one, it looks alitte out of place at the moment and the other one looks dam cool!.

But still it looks bloody great.
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The feed with the Barrels isnīt complete till now. Later it will loof like the other one, but i want to try some selfcasted Parts first, before i make the final step.

The second leg is sawed off, so i can change the angle of the knee and there will be some more surprises in the end.
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Looking great!
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Very, very cool, Ordog.

I'm sure that this will be an inspiration to many converters. I you wouln't mind, when finished, could you collect your photos and thoughts together for a tutorial for the archives?
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