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Hi

I posted the start of my 750 list a few weeks ago, I have since been distracted a little bit from that list and have painted my Land Raider ( hopefully well) and have also attempted my first conversion, The idea behind the conversion was for my Wolf Priest, and is a model I can use for Ulrick the Slayer for now until I become more competent using green stuff and doing conversions in general, please comment as I know you all do, the Land Raider is effectivly finished, I will be adding the comms array and a few transfers here and there, but hey I was keen to get it online for all to see.:biggrin:
 

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Yeah mate, just put one of the bodies from the space wolf battleforce box fill in the gaps that it leaves and there it is.
 

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Sorry all, the pics that I wanted to upload are er, have'nt computer is sayin no for now, watch this space for more to come.
 

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It all looks good to me. The raider looks nice and the woolf priest conversion looks ace. My only(very small) criticism, some of the other guys add some bulk to their weathering around the bottom and tracks to simulate mud. I personally don't do the mud thing on the bottom of my tanks(too lazy) but if you want to do the mud weathering thing I think this would benefit. I think they use a mix of fine sand with white glue to give the impression of clinging mud and then paint as you have done.
Repworthy work all round.
 

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True mate, and to be honest I thought about doing it on both my vehicles, the only reason I didn't is because I was unsure of how it was going to look and if I had put sand on the model it would have been alot harder to paint over if it had gone wrong and just have it the same colour all over.
 
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