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666JasonDark666 09-18-10 05:29 PM

Hierophant
 
Hello Folks, It has been a long time since I made a post.
So to make a good comeback I bring to you my new bought Hierophant.
I think that I made a mistake because I first thought that painting tanks was difficult and time-stealing then but since I saw that THING in my hands, I actually know that I was wrong... ooh yeah.
Here some pics of the Tyranid still unpacked
http://i399.photobucket.com/albums/p...r/IMG_3087.jpg
http://i399.photobucket.com/albums/p...r/IMG_3086.jpg

Holmstrom 09-18-10 05:41 PM

Can't wait to see how it turns out.

Gareth 09-18-10 06:22 PM

I wrote a guide on how to build this. It's really in depth and solves the bendy leg problem. I advise you to read it before undertaking your own.

Hope it helps, if you have anymore questions give me a shout.

http://www.thepainteddragon.co.uk/fo...p?topic=1005.0

P.S. This is my finished one...
http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...s/SA400326.jpg

And on his base...
http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...anids/Base.jpg

the-ad-man 09-18-10 06:23 PM

nice, should be a fun build/paint :D

Varakir 09-18-10 07:01 PM

Wow Gareth, that's an excellent tutorial...the model itself is a prime example of the care and effort you put into the beasty.

After reading all that you have your work cut out for you OP....good luck!!

666JasonDark666 09-18-10 08:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gareth (Post 732328)
I wrote a guide on how to build this. It's really in depth and solves the bendy leg problem. I advise you to read it before undertaking your own.

Hope it helps, if you have anymore questions give me a shout.

http://www.thepainteddragon.co.uk/fo...p?topic=1005.0

P.S. This is my finished one...
http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...s/SA400326.jpg

And on his base...
http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...anids/Base.jpg

thx for that (I am still washing the parts) but I would rather prefare to don' t cut the parts

Gareth 09-18-10 08:50 PM

You're going to suffer from bendy leg syndrome then.

http://www.diefestung.com/forum/gale...ittel-4840.jpg

666JasonDark666 09-19-10 08:04 AM

So here are the big parts
It was late yesterday so I didn' t do anything special, only glued the head and the last vent.
http://i399.photobucket.com/albums/p...r/IMG_3088.jpg

the-ad-man 09-19-10 10:11 AM

this model just looks too crazy to function, let alone be a huge killy bug :P

was there much flash/chunks 'o' resin to remove from the model?

666JasonDark666 09-19-10 10:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by the-ad-man (Post 732870)
this model just looks too crazy to function, let alone be a huge killy bug :P

was there much flash/chunks 'o' resin to remove from the model?

I tell you that there was enough junk on It to begin to hate Forge World
Btw I noticed that on many models the vent is made out of resin and is already there, so why the hell didn' t they do the same on my model, I nearely cryed because I thought that It was already broken


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