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Really inspired choices of parts to build this guy, and the paintwork choices on him to complete the look are  perfect.

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Excellent execution!  There's a sense of pain (flagellant's expression I guess) that can't be ignored in his face.  Really cool amalgamation of parts too.

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Very nice conversion sir.

 

Great choice of gangs too.

 

I like the color scheme as well.

 

I would definitely have thought a heavy flamer before a heavy bolter/stubber though.

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Very nice conversion sir.

 

Great choice of gangs too.

 

I like the color scheme as well.

 

I would definitely have thought a heavy flamer before a heavy bolter/stubber though.

The other heavy is a flamer. :)

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