Contemptor and rhino

Finally got around to getting more paint onto the contemptor, some work on it's base and managed to get a razorback built, painted and weathered. The dreadnought is such a joy to pose and paint, I use it as a treat when the more mundane painting starts taking it's toll.

As you can see I'm a firm fan of heavy, heavy weathering; these guys have been in the field for centuries not weeks, apart from keeping them running there's no time to clean them up. My eventual goal will be to have a number of rhinos in various states, as the Carcharodons don't appear to have the ability to produce these, so scavenge what they can from the field of battle. In that case I expect that they would respray (or is it strip down) to the grey.

Still got another contemptor to finish, Tyberos is still in bits, and a stack of razorbacks to build, plus whatever Santa brings (armoured proteus perhaps), so I'm off to break out the brushes.

carcharodon carcharias out


  1. The weathering on the Contemptor and Razorback is outstanding! :D

  2. Hi carcharodon,

    Lucion from Implausible nature here.
    Great job, looking forwards to seeing this as it develops.

    Amazing how far a little bit of sponge goes eh!

  3. wow. this...this is...awesome...

    btw, the last contempter pic made me laugh. it looks like he's skipping rope.

  4. fantastic weathering on those vehicles, looking forward to seeing more of this project.


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