The most busy week in long time!

I was preparing myself for Phall Conflict this last week and managed to finish 2 more tanks for my Imperial Fists Horus Heresy army list. The first one here is Medusa tank named “Arin”. Terrible model to assembly as Forge World resin is very tricky sometimes. I was planning to leave opened hatch from the back and paint interior but after few hours of running from my desk to kitchen sink and getting parts under hot water and burning my fingers (almost) I said ENOUGH for fuck sake 😀 So the tank is closed as it is. I am planning to have three Medusas in my 3k pts army lists to not all chances for open interior are lost 😉

Straightforward painting with white spray as undercover, then some yellow, few inks and highlights with brighter yellow drybrush. Turret is painted with plain black with some battle damage.

Imperial Fists Medusa

Imperial Fists Medusa

Imperial Fists Medusa

Imperial Fists Medusa

Imperial Fists Medusa

Imperial Fists Medusa

Here is mine first Rhino, named Lamander. There is a funny story to this salvaged vehicle 😀 I was short with white GW spray so decided to use some cheap linemarker spray (yellow) instead and… at first I thought disaster happened because paint get on surface as rubbly mess with cracks and quite thick layer:

Imperial Fists Vindicator

Really messy spray outcome.

 

But but we are not Imperial Fists to surrender at the first sight of disappointment! After few layers of inks, drybrush and a bit of airbrush with brownish shade of yellow, my Lamander looks like that:

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

Imperial Fists Rhino

After all I am glad it happened, I would need few hours to create effect of melted paint if I was going to do it myself 😉 So, three tanks done this week and I got 5 more to go!

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