1.06.2008

Jerac's Space Marines Dreadnought will step on your stack of tires.


I liked Jerac's first two WH40K Dreadnoughts enough, but this one just blows my mind. The custom stickers are awesome, and I love the outside-the-box gatling-gun. Another thing that really sticks out to me is the detailing around what I'm going to call the head, or the part with the skull-thing-sticker. The SNOTted tan tiles really work. The joints look amazing, and the model is more flexible than it looks like it should be, being essentially a tank. (By the way that's a good thing.) Any feature I didn't mention is most likely awesome as well.

(BTW, I tagged this as video game. Warhammer does have video games, right?)

3 comments:

Dunechaser said...

Given that I've been tagging WarHammer MOCs with the "Video Games" tag on TBB for a couple years now but never actually checked, I was relieved to find that yes, there are WarHammer video games! Phew! :-D

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