Sunday, April 12, 2015

Bleep. Blop. Whistle. Bleep

Well, I suppose this was inevitable.


17 comments:

  1. Very cool. An R2-D2 of the 40k universe :)

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  2. Hahah! That's hysterical, man!

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  4. This is not the logis automaton you are looking for *hand gesture*

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  5. Well that one certainly deserves a partner in crime ;)

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  6. Glad you find him amusing!

    He's an astra mechanicvm maintenance automaton if you're wondering...

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    1. Well... Maybe... Not overtly, but there's something vaguely 3PO-ish about the Sicarians when standing next to this guy...

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  8. Wow, he is wonderful. The heads for the Sicarian Infiltrators give off a strong Star Wars vibe (mainly that Imperial probe on Hoth). Great job incorporating it on a maintenance automaton!

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    1. Yeah - there's really something star warsy about them. And the other heads look like Kroenen from Hellboy!

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  9. Oh he's so CUTE!
    Where did the legs come from?

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    1. Ain't he cuddly?

      They are cut down thallax legs.

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  10. Looks even better painted.

    Just wanted to ask if it's made completely from citadel parts. Just trying to figure out what you used for the body/legs.

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