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Close ups of the terminators.

I'm not sure if it is scaled properly with this, this or even these... But I think I got all that dread vibe right, that's why I really hope I managed to make it look pretty close those Forgeworld dreadnoughts. I was going to upload another thing today, but (after spending the whole night till six in the morning on this one) I decieded that this was the right choice.

Also it is the first time when I actually replaced LDDs built-in decorations with the help of LDD to POV-Ray converter, so there's no Photoshop here. This is a very nice option, it gives me lots of new ideas. The only thing is I couldn't find any nice patterns for minifigs in free accsess, maybe you could help?

Another render with a spacemarine for size comparison.

Rear view.

Here is the reference pic: Ultramarines Dreadnought.

It's not 100% accurate, but very. And it is a very stable design, I assure you. There are ball connections for legs and friction joints for arms. It got a bit more bulky than I expected, but I think I like it even more this way.

Thank you all for your support and comments! It's my image #301, yay!

 

Rear view

In Space, everything and everyone is hostile. Aliens have been observing and 'probing' our ancestors for millennia. They know our capacity for violence. They know we do not come in peace. They should have stopped us when they could......

 

When I first saw the Galaxy Patrol Minifig, I knew I have to build something like this! Hope you like!

 

Credits:

Minotaur Heavy Support APC: This is essentially Andrew Somer's APC built from breakdown pictures provided by M.R.Yoder. I've made some superficial modifications to 'Sci Fi' it!

 

Valkyrie Escort Gunship: The canopy design is based off Alex M.reever's Dropship. Everything else is my design.

Buildings from a recent commission we undertook for an evacuated Warhammer 40K themed city

 

taskforceterrain.wixsite.com/wargamesterrain

 

www.facebook.com/Task-Force-Terrain-1736147233091944/

   

Buildings from a recent commission we undertook for an evacuated Warhammer 40K themed city

 

taskforceterrain.wixsite.com/wargamesterrain

 

www.facebook.com/Task-Force-Terrain-1736147233091944/

   

I think these 2751 bricks of pain and effort are what I could call my best recreation of WH40K stuff. If you have doubts, here it the reference. I realize that a ton of proper "stickers" might make it better, but I don't really have any suitable images... Anyway, it is one of the most complex models of mine, a crazy mix of technic and system, plus it has a tricky system of geared joints, so it is even possible to make one that could be fully poseable and stable IRL! That little guy next to the main build is actually a spacemarine in his power armor! Yeah, it is that small :D

 

And my huge gratitude to all those tagged in, I wouldn't be able to complete this without all of the help and inspiration you gave me! Thank you, guys!

Mortifactors Mortis Pattern Contemptor Dreadnought with Cyclone missile launcher and Kheres patterns assault cannons

Imperial Marines take on an Ork Stompa.

 

A game of 'Hordes of the Thing' using GW Epic figures.

 

View On Black

"Armed and ready!"

 

After I built the first Lego version of this dude back in 2014, I found the pictures, which were never uploaded, on my hard drive again last year. I still liked the foot design I had developed, so I decided to give him another try.

Yeah, I know I said I wasn't going to post WH40K, but that's not a replica of a miniature. I had that chest built even before I made my Tau Broadside Battlesuit. It wasn't really accurate to those Centurions and I was going to scrap it, but then I thought it deserved its chance to be. This modification is meant to be faster and has some powerful reactor thing on the back... Not sure if there is any analogue of it among GW or FW stuff and I don't really care... After all I said it's custom.

Terminators. These are the first terminator set released in the US.

With the new parts available in LDD now I decided to update my old Ultramarine to enhance the articulation and to give him the ability to wear a proper helmet. Check and check! And even though this version may not be perfect to my eye, it is really-really close to what I was going to make.

I thank Rancorbait and www.flickr.com/photos/98281410@N07/ for teaching me how to apply custom decorations in LDD/POV-Ray.

 

You are welcome to download this model from Dropbox! This helmet has a temporary decoration on it, don't get confused and simply don't pay attention :)

 

And the last not least: could anybody help me with finding some proper Piraka head decorations? I'm in a desperate need of them!!

Holy heck it is hard to get a good photo of this.

Anyway, I've used either Lego, Clay or paint on this; no Warhammer Bitz, decals, or anything like that. And before you say anything, no, it's not done, but it's getting close.

Whew. Now that I've finished typing that, on to the next part; how does it look? I'll have more photos up tomorrow (possibly), and I'll continue working on it. It has jointed arms, credit to Pecovam for the idea, and Bilbobful for the tutorial.

This is inspired by such great WH40K-ness as McLovin and Geoshift. Unfortunately, I can't add Mclovin to the photo, but oh well. And dawn Hero is added cause he's such an amazing sculptor.

Well; that took a while. :P

Constructive criticism is very much appreciated.

 

Wow. The more I look at it, the more I dislike this photo. I know it's a cliche, but THIS PHOTO DOES NO JUSTICE TO THE FIGURE.

Yep I'm still building. Based on the Warhammer 40k Space Marine Jump troops. Just a small part of a large Dio for the Flickr Military group.

The Space Marine Dreadnought is a large, walking tank which carries powerful guns and lethal close combat weaponry, armoured to withstand all but the most powerful of enemy firepower. Pilots interred within Dreadnoughts are Marines who have suffered mortal wounds in battle, maimed and crippled beyond recovery - instead of being mercifully killed, the greatest heroes are instead given what is considered the honour of continuing to serve the Emperor past their normal life. Dreadnoughts can be armed with a wide range of weaponry. These include power claws, twin-linked autocannons, lascannons, heavy bolters or individual multi-meltas, plasma cannons or assault cannons. Built into the close combat weapons is often either a storm bolter or heavy flamer and one entire arm may be replaced with a missile launcher.

~Lexicanum

 

I started building on Friday night and completed this model last night (No, I did actually sleep 8hours in between ;)

 

I used Jerac's photos of his Dreadnought as a reference. Let me say that Jerac is a real Lego genius, the degree of 'engineering' in the model is impressive. I managed to clone his build from waist down, but then modified it to improve stability and strength. The torso I had to build with my own techniques, but using Jerac's exterior shell as a guide. All in all, I am very pleased with the result. Without Jerac's model, I doubt I could have designed a model of such accuracy.

 

See the rest of my Lego Warhammer 40K here:

www.flickr.com/photos/legoadmiral2012/sets/72157632796394...

  

A quick vignette I built for the squad of Series 7 space marines that I picked up. I made extensive use of my light bricks :D

This is sort of a re-design of the WarHammer 40K Dreadnought design in LEGO form.....

Better Picture will come later on after my photo day on friday.

 

I hate to built with Black bricks, but this is kind of a quest to conquer ........ I hope I did conquer it.....

What terrible alien beast would make a space marine run for his life???

I made this a while back...like before Halo Reach was released but I'm just now getting around to photographing it.

 

Make sure you check out the video of the steering function.

 

Please don't ask about instructions.

First off: I completely realize these parts don't go in the colors presented here, it's just a concept of how this should look like. Second: photoshop was added, so don't get confused with those few decorated bits! and the third is I think it's way bigger than it should be, but it looks rather proportional, so umm... Let it be ;)

Thanks to Jerac and Becheman for the endless inspiration in building WH40K spacemarines!!

Here are also Battle Sister and Apothecary built on this frame.

Mark II plate Tactical Squad member of loyalist Death Guard legion force.

Yep I'm still building. Based on the Warhammer 40k Space Marine Jump troops. Just a small part of a large Dio for the Flickr Military group.

Test Model for my new Death Guard Legion force. Primarily used to determine whether my planned white paint-scheme would work.

Close ups of the terminators.

A full mechanized platoon would be four Maulers and twice as many Devil Dogs.

 

But this half batch is plenty enough firepower to defend the Moonbase from your average Blacktron marauders.

Somehow these appeared to be one of the hardest builds in a while. Every little detail brought me headache and I even thought I couldn't make it. Even now I can't say it's 100% what I had in mind, but they are pretty accurate to the original miniatures of Centurions by GW and the scale... It's almost what it's meant to be, almost... These guys are really chunky! Funny fact: they are hardsuits for hardsuits, 'cause they are meant to have a spacemarine (with his power armor on) inside.

MarchHammer goes on! And I'm still waiting for more WH40K stuff made from Lego!!

Oh, and thanks to littlemanj for giving me an idea to build these!

Additional/rear view.

Yepp, I've got this covered too! Bigger, better and scarier than any normal dread can ever be :D I really liked the curvy shapes of those FW miniatures and wanted to recreate them in Lego, as it seemed to be an interesing challenge. So it was! This is how the original miniatures look like. Mine aren't entirely accurate, but just enough to be recognizable. This might not be the final version 'cause I still have some flaws to fix in it, but overall that was one of my most successful fast builds in months.

Standard issue LEGO Space Marine heavy infantry support mecha.

 

Based on the diminutive Futuron Strategic Pursuer Mk-II, the Mauler has been embiggened in every way. It boasts a heavy recoilless plasma rifle, medium range Berserker Mk-IV tactical smart missiles, an anti-personnel close-range Hi-RoF photon cannon, heavy duty spotlight, and of course an industrial grade armored manipulator.

 

This, like the Strategic Pursuer before it, was based on Tromas' AD-Rock frame, but pushed to its limits. It barely stands on its own, and can only be posed by using clear nail polish stuff to stiffen the joints.

 

Well, it's easier if I remove the ridiculous missile box, which makes it way too top-heavy.

Dawn of War, which we were waiting for so long, is finally here. We’ve played the new DoW and now we’ll share our first impression.

Find it in our blog: warzone40k.com/dawn-of-war-3-review

#news_warzone #warhammer #dawn_of_war #relic #spacemarines #orks #eldar

Make sure you check out the video of the steering function.

 

Please don't ask about instructions.

An organic 'tank' for one of my Epic 40K armies for 'Hordes of the Things'. This is my current painting project.

 

i had a lot of fun converting the terminator captain. i wanted him to have a combi bolter like his horus heresy battle brothers would have used. (i hate storm bolters, they look dumb) and i absolutely wanted to have the heavy thunder hammer modeled on him

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