Just my luck. I finish my Storm Raven a day after it's announced GW is producing one. I have another kit; I intended to photo a walk-through on another model if there was any interest - now I'm not so sure.
Don't get me wrong, I like the model and am proud of it - I think I've just spent too much time looking at the damn thing over the last three weeks. I'll put it away for awhile until I'm inspired to try it out on the table.
A few notes... I built this model as a kit-bash. I wanted a model that anyone could build with a minimum of fuss, but it still had to look as if it could transport Marines and would actually transport a Dreadnought. I also wanted the ability to switch out weapons, but more I wanted there to be a spot for a sponson Hurricane Bolter, and the spot I left is in front of the side doors. Were I to add the sponson, I'd have the door open up and down rather than to the left.
Enough talk - I hope you like it.
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