Then the earth shook.
Something massive stepped over me. Rusted metal screeched as a chainblade the size of a wall crashed down into the barricades before us. A toothshaking roar of some sort of cannon as the enemy were torn to a red mist. And still it strode on.
I realised I was standing like an idiot, my mouth open. The mechanical soldier looked at me, making a scraping noise I slowly realised was some form of laughter. "The Storm Of Vengeance Has Passed Over You," it rasped, "And You Have Been Saved." It nodded, and then strode on into the smoke.
This required the use of the chipping fluid just like the Tank I did. the difficulty here was masking each different colour to allow the chipping to be carried out before every new stage.
All transfers were applied over a gloss coat and then chipped away with a scalpel to match the chipping of the paintwork underneath. In some cases they had green or beige painted in to show a lighter level of chipping.
Finally painted, he looked pretty good. I added some rust streaks and oil but he needed some environmental effects.
Again, I used weathering pigments on the lower half and flat surfaces; the model here was how muddy I get after a walk in the woods with the boys.
The base was constructed out of various bits of junk with bricks cut from old sprue.
The overall colour scheme was the same as for the previous Knight Armigers I produced; I left the faceplate detachable to match these as required.
I have one last little thing to finish up before Christmas and then I have the decks clear for new toys. Merry Christmas everyone!