Thursday, October 31, 2019

Goff Dreadnought (Part 6)

Whew! That was close, but I managed to get this thing done by the deadline! Here are the final stages, picking up from the previous post, Part-5.

I used the old Citadel Color Blood Red to punch up the red areas. Nothing says "Games Workshop model from the mid-'90s" like an overwhelming amount of intense red. Blood Red.

Going thru a red phase.
Here is the model's base, which I sufficiently rusted up. I like the idea of the concrete slabs being a side walk, mainly because I wonder if some now departed citizen once walked his Cyber Collie thru this sector on a morning walk before starting his 18 hour workshift...

If sidewalks talked...
After tightening up the red parts I painted the hydraulics and rivets using Mitheril Silver.

Metal!
I superglued the arms into position and the hatch. I employed a Q-tip to prop up the hatch until it was firmly glued as well.

Propping up that hatch.
Finally, it was time to attach it to it's base, making the model whole and together.

We are one.
But I felt it needed something. So I added a few grass tufts to the sidewalk cracks and this gave it a touch of realism.

The finished model.
And with that, I finished this model! I am pleased with how it turned out. It will fit in wonderfully with my Goffs who are so deliciously '90s retro (right down to some of them having red guns) it almost hurts.

This has been fun. Well, back to my art chores, hopefully I can knock out a few more paint jobs in between task...


6 comments:

Da Masta Cheef said...

Ya know, if it wasn't for the last minute, none of us would get anything done (apparently, lol)!

Nicely done sir! I look forward to killing it with my Tankbustas!

Siph_Horridus said...

Excellent job, great effort getting it done!

Suber said...

That's fantastic. Pure Red Era, I love what you did here!

(Kym) + Warburton + (Classic40K) said...

Very nice indeed :)

Rory (Stepping Between Games) said...

A great nostalgic trip there. Well done.

Zzzzzz said...

Nice. For a moment then I almost wanted to ride around on a tiny two stroke motorbike again, like I did when I had a waistline and hair.