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Friday, April 26, 2013

Techmarine on Bike, and more plasticard

I did some more work on my bike techmarine last night. I attached the second half of his servo-arm, sporting a flamer and plasma pistol, to the bike. I really like the idea of a techmarine zipping around on the battlefield from one vehicle to the next repairing things or gathering up valuable techno-artifacts, and using his artificer bike as an essential part of his repair kit. Thanks GW, you've FAQ'd more fluff into my lists.

This has been an interesting project. I don't work with plasticard that often, and I'm quite pleased with the result. I definitely will consider it more seriously the next time I am planning a conversion.

1 comment:

  1. I'm jealous of your plasticard skills. It looks great!

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