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lördag 4 maj 2013

40K space marine urban marauder wheeled vehicle

april 25, 2008
I confess!! 
I've been led astray!!
But it was temporary, had educational value and was FUN!!!

A friend of mine asked me if I could build him a vehicle for 40K which would suit an urban combat enviroment. Sure, no problem, I thought...  
I thought that an old M113 with wheels would look cool and he supplied me with a lot of 40k-bits and pieces and the M113-hull.
The turret came from an old M60-tank and the turret's gun is an old LAW from a Dragon weaponsset, as are the flamethrowers (stingers). I used parts from the rollingdoorsystem of a filingcabinet from IKEA for the wheels and tealightcups for the wheelarches.
The colours had to match the Sovjetequipment from the "Fuel of War"-game and I wanted to make it look a little WW2 German too..
I used an airbrush for the first time and I applied washed for the first time too, using white spirit.
And this is how it turned out...

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