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I have had this model seemingly forever. I just checked my blog article from when I got it and began doing renovations to it and that was almost two years ago. Wow.
I’ve always had a soft spot for the Defiler. I really like the model. It was one of the models that began drawing me to Chaos Space Marines. It’s just big, clunky, spikey and brutal in appearance and I dig that. Of course on the table things tend to not play to the aesthetics but I like it all the same. It did get a bit more survivable in Warhammer 40K 7th edition though with needing AP1/2 weapons to bust it in a single shot and monstrous creatures only having a single smash attack. It’s probably still not worth its points but it was time to get this thing painted.
As you can see it’s early in the process but all the metal is on there and that was a long damn process even with a big brush. There’s a lot of nooks and crannies on this thing.
From here I’ll be going in to pick out the details like cables, Chaos icons, getting my split paint scheme on the armor insets, etc. This model is going to take me a while to complete but at least it’s a far easier painting project than the Heldrake was or the Maulerfiend. God, the amount of wash this model is going to need…
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Thor’s Workbench: Chaos Defiler – PIP #1
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