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GW Luna Wolf Space Marine Rhino (May RPChallenge)

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Finished up my Luna Wolf Rhino this morning, several things I wish I'd done better but it's going to have to do for now. Further weathering will be done at the end of my entire army painting so I can try to keep it consistent.

 

Anyway, C&C is heartily welcome!

 

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I like the resembles Star Wars paint scheme.

 

Lol I know right? I'm painting the Space Marines up and the whole time I'm just thinking, man I hope they aim better than Storm Troopers...

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Great job!

 

I like the idea of the second guy manning the guns, too. Very clever idea and use of parts.

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I like the resembles Star Wars paint scheme.

 

Lol I know right? I'm painting the Space Marines up and the whole time I'm just thinking, man I hope they aim better than Storm Troopers...

 

i hope for you that they aim better also. otherwise the war will be lost

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