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And the Wraith has arrived!

 

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The components

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The Haunter - didn't know what to expect of this thing, but it wasn't this...still...not unhappy

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One thing I like about it is that all the parts that need to be glued for construction are not exposed in any way - I can paint each individual part and then assemble later without a problem.

 

I also like how the hull throws back a bit to the Directorate starship hulls with the panelling.

 

Assembled

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Size comparison - given its size compared to the Terquai shuttle, I would hazard a guess that this thing is capable of sub-orbital flight. No need for a drop pod, maybe just a drop shield.

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Not a sight I would want to see in my skies....

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hi All

 

I've just managed to finish painting my Wraith

 

decided to go for a silver grey colour to match the drone I have in my heavy helix, whilst the Haunter is a metallic green to match the rest of my Dict units

 

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and the rest of my Directorate units

 

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hi all

 

if you haven't been following my Aquan thread, I've been working on my Leviathan which I managed to get last week and thought I would post a few pics here

 

I've gone for a nautical theme (unsurprisingly) and I wanted to move the base colours from a rich green, through teal to a blue colour and then highlight specific areas to match my Aquan force

 

I'm really pleased with how this model has turned out and I have to say its well worth picking up just as a painting challenge as I had to change how I paint to get the results I wanted

 

anyway enough waffle on with the pictures

 

1) aerial shot with a couple of Aquan stands for scale

 

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2) frontal view again with other models to show the size of this thing

 

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3) side view showing the tops of the legs

 

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and finally 4) a close up of the head section

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