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This army has been used in tournaments for about 2 years now in various different shapes and forms. The painting effort has continued over time as has the modelling. These Thunder Wolves are one of the worst culprits having been rebuilt in different ways twice now and the paint job has suffered for it but I am happy with where they are and I am glad to say they are all finished.

First up we have my Thunder Wolf Lord the Headtaker:









I had real fun building this guy and he uses a vast array of bits from various kits. The cloak and Frost Blade were my first attempts at blending and I was very pleased with the effect on both.

Next up is a Wolf Guard Battle Leader on Thunder Wolf with a Thunder Hammer. This guy acts as the Lieutenant of the army and forms the other half of a one, two punch:









He uses a couple of Maxmini parts such as the Hammer and Bionics. I think he might get some bling added at some point though but not before the Tournament on Saturday.




Finally the actual Squad of Thunder Wolves who will be cleaning up for the Thunder HQs. These guys are carrying Storm Shields and I really should model some Melta bombs on them just always hate having to stick those ugly bits on...

Let me know what you think guys :)
 

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Excellent models. I use a juggernaught as a TW for my Iron Priest as well. Considering the new Skullcrusher models I'm seriously contemplating making more of them as well. Have some rep.
Cheers for the Rep! You have the same thought as me! I shall be picking up some Skull Crushers and creating another unit and a Canis counts as so I can run the whole lot with some Fenrisian Wolves at about 1500pts :)
 

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Its a fair point. I have started blending a lot more with models I have started more recently.. so I could probably go back and blend the red... probably blend it down rather than up though
 
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