Let us start off with the Renegade Command Squad from last week. It now has a little colour on it, with most of the base colours completed. I have decided to add a little bit of added colour (greens and greys) to differentiate them from other squads.
I also have this Necron Overlord on my workbench. This is for my girlfriend’s Necron army, and started life as a bunch of spare bits and so leftover from other models. The body is from an old metal lord, whilst the arms are from the plastic barge lord. The left hand is from a junked Flayed One I was given, which came with two left hands. A 40mm base completes the model, and has made something which is pretty unique amongst an army of carbon-copy automatons.
The new main gun still uses a Plasma Cannon as the basis, but widened to about double its standard width, making it one big gun rather than two glued together. It has been widened with plasticard, and some additional plasma cannon cores. It is early days, and I plan to wire it in to the main turret, which will receive more “plasma” like details such as cables and vents.
The tank's new brutal look has been helped by this big plow, from the Chimera set. The old dozer blades are now…
On the review side of things, I have this lined up next: an upgrade for the 40k Chimera kit. This hull and turret set comes from Blood and Skulls Industries, and replaces the standard roof/hull and turret to give the standard set a different look. Initial thoughts suggest that it is perfect for people who don’t like having six Lasguns waving about, and want a bigger turret (which also comes with an Autocannon).A full review of this set will go up this weekend.
That is all for this week, so keep an eye out for further updates on Facebook or twitter. By the way, have you spotted the bonus model? Comment below if you have.