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Contemptor Dreadnought by dukeleto Contemptor Dreadnought by dukeleto
Star Leopards Space Marines converted Dreadnought
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Mclauritsen Oct 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Interesting take on dreadnoughts, beautifully excecuted :D
Rust and bleach effects really show that this monster have some history and adds a great chronologic aspect to the model!
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dukeleto Oct 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
takk for the well considered critique. All my marine models are weathered, I like the effect.
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:iconkragof:
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In Homage to you.
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:iconkragof:
Where did the Jet pack come from, I am thinking of doing a similar but using a Whirl wind launcher on the back as a cyclone. Love the style tho :D
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dukeleto Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
whirlwind parts could work. Mine is scratch built from plasticard & model piping parts. Thanks!
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:iconkragof:
Thanks, I do wish dreads could Deepstrike without a drop pod, I like to keep my army to one army box and drop pods are huge! :(
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:iconlandydakkadakka:
THAT'S AN IRON-CLAD how did you do that?? the legs n arms??
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dukeleto May 29, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks, the arms are Dreadnought legs, the legs are from IG Sentinels, the armour is mostly scratch built from plasticard, but the the leg plates are from an old Warlord titan.
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:iconlandydakkadakka:
Are u serious? Man i stared for a while and just could figure out what u did xD my dreadnoughts are under yours for awesomness xD how long did it take to put together?
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dukeleto May 30, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it was built quite a long time ago (the dreadnought parts are metal, makes it VERY top heavy!) so I couldn't tell you exactly, but probably not longer than 5-6 hours work on the whole thing.
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