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Whilst your scratch building skills are second to none, CnC miniatures do some nice and easy to assemble/paint pavement forklifts and crates that may fit in, and Imperial Guard Sentinel drivers fit in them perfectly.

Here are two that I prepared earlier:


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Four Images of A Warlord:

My new toy, a mini Ipad has become my favorite camera; at least for desktop photos. The trouble is in transferring to my PC. because the Apple doesn't like my PC for some reason and keeps asking if I want to allow access. Life is HARD! ;)

Anyway, four images of the new interior lights of the cockpit. and they're all pretty much the same but what the hey, I'll post them all.

http://i.imgur.com/U12KntO.jpg


What irritates me is I can see the crew in the cockpit but the camera doesn't.

http://i.imgur.com/PVwYxYp.jpg


I like the battle scars in this closeup

http://i.imgur.com/kRaAzfL.jpg


I like this low angle view because it shows the upper engineering deck through the blast doors. which normally can't be seen with the chest armour in place.

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Whilst your scratch building skills are second to none, CnC miniatures do some nice and easy to assemble/paint pavement forklifts and crates that may fit in, and Imperial Guard Sentinel drivers fit in them perfectly.

Here are two that I prepared earlier:

Sorry for the late response

Thanks for the information on these lifts. are all the models in this series 28mm scale? I may have need for a few more items.

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Sorry for the late response

Thanks for the information on these lifts. are all the models in this series 28mm scale? I may have need for a few more items.
They are, I use these two a lot in terrain and the Canberra gaming scene has a few floating around at bigger events such as the ACT of Heresy that runs each year.

Interior lighting in the Warlord looking very good!

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Interior lighting in the Warlord looking very good!
Thanks for the reply. I've lost a lot of energy on these projects over the winter. I had a few setbacks on my Thunderhawk where I had to make another ball turret which is rather disheartening because it's difficult to match the original in quality.

Then I had a malware attack by some computer con game where they offered to "repair" my computer for $350 Well I've had enough of this crap and decided to buy myself an Apple Mac. Well I hate it and double so as I managed to to purge my computer of the malware anyway. Grrrrr! :D

Anyway your reply was most appreciated coming as it did when I just resolved to begin working on the Warlord interior and the Thunderhawk is ready for the final assembly and paint and I am getting a hankering to resume the Lucius Pattern Reaver and my newest project; a Lucius pattern Emperor/Invictus.

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