Wolf Guard Terminator (build) / by Daishi / ~1:10

Discussion in 'WarHammer40k' started by Wojtee, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. daishi

    daishi Member

  2. terrinecold

    terrinecold Member

    Nice I am happy not to be the only one to use this technic. It really shows off the model well.
  3. daishi

    daishi Member

    Yes it does! I tried it a few week ago but it looked terrible.
    Turns out I just needed a camera stand so the camera wont change angle :).
  4. Wojtee

    Wojtee Member

    So, here goes a standard issue Terminator Power Fist:

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    Hmmm, not cool enough. Add some hoses.
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    Hoses? Cool? No way! Add skulls!
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    Much better. And now, add claws!
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    Yes, you do not want to stand on a wrong side of this thing :twisted:

    It reminded me of a joke I saw recently:
    Some people shouldn't high-five

    BTW Daishi, that is a great reference picture you posted (i mean the rotating one) :thumb:
  5. jarobinson

    jarobinson Member

    That looks great now i gotta build one
  6. uglyguy9

    uglyguy9 Member

    hi Wojtee....is your cutting board cm's or inches?
  7. Wojtee

    Wojtee Member

    Hi, FYI, the grid is in inches.

    Assault cannon took a little of scratching to make it look better (and adequate to the scale).

    Ammo box - added a few parts to recess the "windows", made the shells from a wooden skewer painted golden, and added the links to the belts. Yes, and the bolts or rivets or whatever this is.

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    The "body" of the cannon - this was a bit of a puzzle to figure out how it goes together. Almost no scoring to make the shape round.

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    The barrel assembly - rolled paper, rounded segments (I used the sides from the kit, but not the faces - these were really too polygonal). I redid the muzzle area (still not very probable, but looking better than the original "muzzle" in the middle). As a reference I had this similar Dreadnought Assault cannon:

    ...and ended with this:
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    Finished. A big gun. Enough said.

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    All right, we have a problem here - the assembly is pretty heavy, mainly the barrel cluster. I should have put some counter-weight into the ammo box to get it more balanced. Perhaps I will do it yet, but it will take some operating :) Scalpel, please...
  8. micahrogers

    micahrogers Active Member

  9. terrinecold

    terrinecold Member

  10. arkon

    arkon Member

    is your cutting matt grid in inches or half inches?

    that assault cannon looks great! all those barrels the same size! i would have cheated and found something round to use. bravo zulu to you sir for stickin with paper!
  11. daishi

    daishi Member

    That Assault cannon looks wicked!

    I feel tempted to remake mine ... probably wont happen, or will do when i make Thunder Hammer and Strorm Shield arms .... not anytime soon :p

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