Finished Death co Dread for Heroes of Armaggedon pr


Hey fellas, I hope that things are managable out there for everyone. I finally completed the Death co. Dreadnought for the Heroes of Armaggedon charity project. I am really glad that I spoke up to Jawaballs after initially taking on a much larger portion of the blood angel army. I had to back out of a significant portion because there was a very real threat of me losing my job. I let a restricted state license, that is contingent to my position, expire. I then did the "right," thing and told the administration about it. Needless to say, that wasnt the right thing to do. The reason that was relevant to my backing out was because I had an Imperial Guard commission lined up and I had to think about the money. Well, either way, I didnt get fired but I had already backed out and that was that.


7 comments:

IDICBeer said...

Really nice work Matt

Sgt. Brisbane said...

Looks fantastic bro. I like the very subtle shading on black, which is tough to do. The base is AWESOME btw.

ctreleheb said...

Looking good overall, I like the metal technique a lot though. Can you give the recipe for that? I just wonder how you did without ridiculous number of wash layers, unless using old inks or something.

The Unnamed said...

Looks great!!!

Magilla Gurilla said...

Looks fantastic Matt.
You really out did yourself on this model.

Black Matt said...

Thanks fellas. The metal was pretty easy. Base of GW boltgun, then thin wash of vallejo brown, then vallejo black.

Michael Hogan said...

I don't think I've ever seen such beautiful black painting. Amazing job! I love the claw hanging from the arm. You pulled off a really nice conversion.