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Saturday, 27 October 2012

All your base are belong to us!

During the week I finished the Wraiths, the second three has their bases detailed and that was that, as I said in an earlier post, the pictures would be posted later so here they are. Plus some pics of the Canoptek Spyders that were started today.
As you can see the Wraith bases have a fragment of slate and a skull from the Vampire Counts Skeletons, I think it adds a nice touch to the models.
The Spyders pictures feature the two halves of the main torso, heads and front legs which will have a gap between the limbs when they are built. The back section of the main body has lots of little Scarabs crawling around the insides of the model. One of the abilities of a Canoptek Spyder is the generation of Scarab Bases, as long as there is at least one Scarab base on the game table the Spyder can add another base per turn, and whilst they may be small, scarabs are extremely nasty, they posses the ability to degrade vehicle armour to zero and reduce the the armour saves of non vehicle models, so not only can these little blighters cause a wound in close combat they can effectively remove armour. (insert evil laugh here!)
The problem with the photos of the Spyders is that the black undercoat hides the detail on the model. Once I’ve done some work on them I will post some more photos.

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