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10 hours ago, sentinel said:

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Thanks for the thumbs up!

 

10 hours ago, Jordan Peacock said:

Gotta love how this monstrosity has a giant GAUNTLETED FIST ready to punch its way through the necropolis in pursuit of vampiric prey.  😄

 

 

You can print this thing in two versions, a horse drawn cart with extra crew and crossbows, or with the metal armor piece and the gauntlet.

I knew I wanted that one, the idea alone was too cool to not print it that way.

Glad you approve.

 

4 hours ago, KayBee said:

What a great scene! Definitely a reason not to take up vampirism. 

(hooray for me 100 posts, lol )

 

Congrats on the 100 posts!

Glad you like it.

 

2 hours ago, Kangaroorex said:

Way to go!  I love it!

 

Thank you very much!

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4 hours ago, Evilhalfling said:

that is wonderful, love the variety of vamps and the open book on the outside is particularly good. 

 

Thank you, I wanted to try something with the book. Glad you like it.

53 minutes ago, PaganMegan said:

Sweet!

 

I think we have that model, but giving the Mordheim Witch Hunters a steam tank might not be balanced. :lol:

 

I think we have three or four steamtank STL sets.

Thx! You can print the horsedrawn version as well would fit better in Mordheim. Do hollow the carriage to save resin. 

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Thx! You can print the horsedrawn version as well would fit better in Mordheim. Do hollow the carriage to save resin. 

 

Turned out my problem with hollowed models was lack of drainage. The goo inside would start curing, and tear the models apart.

 

I put in a bunch of teeny tiny holes, but what I really needed was one or two BIG ones.

 

Grump's suggestion for Witch Hunters, Steamtanks, and Mordhem was narrative. One mission stopping the WH from recovering a damaged Steamtank, one mission to stop them repairing it, and the third Stop the Damned Tank.

 

Or, with an alternate model, the Chaos, Undead, or Scaven warbands if the WH lose the first battle.

 

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Multiplayer battles, all of them.

 

Is it wrong that these models make want to grab popcorn, Grump, and space on the vouch to watch Van Helsing and Hansel & Gretel, Witch Hunters as a double feature? ::P:

 

And I wonder how hard it would be to put the steam engine on the back of that vampire wagon? A ram on a monster drawn carriage doesn't work when the ram is BEHIND the monster. It's just dead weight.

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2 minutes ago, Fencig said:

this is excellent. you've taken your work to a new level

 

Thank you so much!

Happy you like it!

 

1 hour ago, PaganMegan said:

 

Turned out my problem with hollowed models was lack of drainage. The goo inside would start curing, and tear the models apart.

 

I put in a bunch of teeny tiny holes, but what I really needed was one or two BIG ones.

 

Grump's suggestion for Witch Hunters, Steamtanks, and Mordhem was narrative. One mission stopping the WH from recovering a damaged Steamtank, one mission to stop them repairing it, and the third Stop the Damned Tank.

 

Or, with an alternate model, the Chaos, Undead, or Scaven warbands if the WH lose the first battle.

 

720X720-pre-supported-vampire-wagon.jpg

 

Multiplayer battles, all of them.

 

Is it wrong that these models make want to grab popcorn, Grump, and space on the vouch to watch Van Helsing and Hansel & Gretel, Witch Hunters as a double feature? ::P:

 

And I wonder how hard it would be to put the steam engine on the back of that vampire wagon? A ram on a monster drawn carriage doesn't work when the ram is BEHIND the monster. It's just dead weight.

 

The Vampire Cart is a different model with a different shape then the Vampire Hunter's Wagon, I think you'll need a lot of Greenstuff to add that engine, but it is possible and would make for a very original contraption.

 

2 hours ago, Great Khan Artist said:

I'm really liking your dioramas this year. Look forward to seeing another. (Desert, please!)

 

Thank you!

There will certainly be more Desert themed stuff coming up, I have several Projects and the Desert, Jungle and Undead are the three major ones.

But first I need to paint some smaller stuff and a Townhouse to clean my desk..

 

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Good work!

 

You know you started an arms race though, right? The vampires are gonna start spending some time (and they've got a fair bit of that) finding a way to counter this thing.::D:

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