So with exception to the prow, which I somehow didn't even notice till I was editing the photos, this model is done! It took a little longer than I would have liked, mostly due to me breaking a nozzle for my airbrush, rushing it in for extra money, and then losing the new nozzle down the drain later that night while cleaning, but oh well. Also, this has to have been my least favorite model to put together. Satan designed this model. It looks great, but damn is it a pain. Even the driver is in like 300 pieces...his hips are separate from his legs and torso... Anyways, check below for more pictures (YAY!).
So here we go. I did the same airbrush technique that I used on the command barge, but this is a lot smoother of a gradient due to the fact that I have a better grasp of how to use an airbrush and how to properly thin paints for said airbrush. Here we go with pictures now:
The only thing I didn't enjoy with this was painting it in so many pieces. With how I airbrush a lot of it, I had to keep it in about 30+ pieces while I painted it...not fun. Putting models together always sucks more after they're painted because not matter how hard I try, I always get paint on spots where the model connects, meaning I have to carefully clean those spots with a knife to make them fit properly. Anyways, I have three more of these to paint, so woe is me. But after that, I am done with this model. Then I just have 100+ more models to paint for this army...not to mention my Thousand Sons...and my Death Guard...and my Vampire Counts...FML. My work is never done. But I guess that's the tale of those of us who are obsessed with the hobby. I doubt any of us will ever be truly done. We'll either quit, or die. Or our wives will kill us for spending too much. Just me?