|After assembly, of course.|
After far too much contemplation regarding the undercarriage gravplates, I chose to just make them a darker metallic color. The gold kind of shines through creating this weird tonal effect that I like.
|The grav plates.|
I worked on the interior next, if you can call the crew compartment of an open topped vehicle like this an "interior". I made the buttons and switches an assortment of colors, as the rules of old school sci-fi dictates. I used Dark Reaper on the seats, which amused me a bit because it reminded me of the seats in a car I used to own. Granted my car didn't have docking ports for power armor, but then the idea of Space Marines chill'n in a comfortable ride makes me grin. After all, there is no way they could actually feel that comfort through that power armor, right?
|They don't recline, but they are heated.|
|Ready to assemble the hull.|
Everything regarding the main body of this thing was ready to be assembled. You may have heard the tales of woe regarding this original Land Speeder's challenging assembly. Really, you just need Plastic Cement, patience, and lots of rubber bands.
|No such thing as too many rubber bands.|