My Chaos tank is finally finished. As you may know I was distracted half way through this project creating an Ogre tutorial and a Cultist tutorial. I don't like leaving projects unfinished (looks at his Imperial Knight sat on his desk) so I'm pleased to finish this one. Eleven high quality pictures after the jump!
Since the last WIP , I've painted the gunner, dusted up the tracks and skirt and covered the ram in blood. This final touches don't detract from the overall paint job but just add a little extra detail to the model that helps tell the story. It's clearly seen action now.
I used Forgeworld's Dark Sand weathering powder on the tracks. I just rub it in with an old brush. Then using a bigger clean brush dust it off until no more comes off. I don't varnish or seal my models.
Havoc Launcher and Combi-melta should prover useful in games. I will also be firing Chosen melt guns from the top hatch. Hopefully turning this unit into an effective tank hunter and mop up unit. A dirge caster (represented by the screaming face plates) puts a stop to overwatch cutting down my small squad of six warriors.
I really wanted to sponge on some metal chips on to the hull of this vehicle, but I haven't done this for other Daemon Engines in the army, so for consistency I've left it (Stahly will be so proud).
What do you think of the final model? Do you like my Daemonic take on the Chaos Space Marine Rhino? Let me know in the comments.