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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-08-13, 10:02 PM
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I'm gonna have to get me some sets of the Phobos axes & bolt pistols for sure...


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Thing is though.. look at the average level of painter that you see in your store / gaming group. They anywhere near as good as the picture images? Nope.

My point being, you see a model thats very well painted your more likely to think 'I'll never do that model justice'. Where as, you see it not so well done, you'll think 'i can do better then that' or 'i can make it look that good'.

First option your put off buying the model, second your more likely. Hence, complaining about a paint job is kinda silly... unless it make the model look flat out terrible.. which the FW paint job doesn't.
I see your point I didn't realy think of it like that, but I see how looking at an awesomely painted model could put someone off and make them feel like they could ever do it justice and not want to pick it up I guess. Personally I love seeing awsome paint jobs like evey metal, or on Gw website even the some of plog here on heresy, I find.it inspiring
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I'm surprised they bothered with the Mk III shoulder pads. They're so similar to the Mk II ones that it almost feels like a moot point to have separate kits. I've used Mk II pads on all my Mk III-armored Sons of Horus and you can't tell that they aren't Mk III pads at all.

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I'm surprised they bothered with the Mk III shoulder pads. They're so similar to the Mk II ones that it almost feels like a moot point to have separate kits. I've used Mk II pads on all my Mk III-armored Sons of Horus and you can't tell that they aren't Mk III pads at all.
I got told by FW about using the MKII pads as they wouldn't make the MKIII even as they are too similar. :s
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I love those berzerker chaps, especially those guys with the chains! I will probably replace a unit of my 'classic' berzerkers with a unit of those bad boys.

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