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Stormhammer Project

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After building my first baneblade,I set my sights higher and wanted the be all end all of Imperial tanks the Stormhammer
The first hurdle I had to overcome was how to cram 2 turrets on the chassis.
I basically had to chop the chassis all to hell and just use the top part.
I had to raise the back turret quite a bit and used card to redo the chassis

Here is a rough on how the turrets will fit the bottom turret is going to be fixed as I don,t want to chop my second chassis to get the turret ring.
The top will be the moveable turret

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What can I say? It's awesome, just truely, completely, utterly awesome.
You could sell that to GW.
It looks like a plastic/resin kit!
The WIP is the only reason I know it's scratch built!!!

I was on Wikipedia looking at all the Baneblade variants and saw that only one Stormhammer was ever made from conversion by GW, so thought i'd look on google for the picture and came across this. Nice work so far I really want one now. At the end you should display the total cash amount spent on makeing one so we all can hope to make one someday. Keep up the good work on it.
May I just say that if I ever see something like that put on the table edge across from me I will begin to cry.

Man that is one mean looking tank
WOW! thats gotta be the most scariest thing ive seen done to a baneblade to date!

look out now i might be coming round your house to steal that sweet sweet thing!:wink:
now that beast is any ork players worst nightmare (unless mega armoured tankbustas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!0
firstly i want to say that this is awesome ...but...i do think the green stiff work on the top turret do look like wobbly welds than reinforced struts, i maybe wrong (and please if im wrong then great!)

could you put a close up pic up?
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