I fucking hate the Ultrasmurfs. Just throwing that out there.
the white scars' stormtalon needs more red on it in my opinion
I need some proper runes to paint on one of my vehicles to show its "possessed". I need some visuals.
Unless you want an early-level possession, in which case you could have something cool, like a hanging body of a driver.
Something like that. I'm leaning towards daedric runes for some reason.
Want to add something more to my Demon hunter/Gray Knight army. Any advice?
You need more Jokaero. You always need more Jokaero.
I think the ultrasmurfs would be a lot better if they were actually space Romans like they are supposed(?) to be.
Dark Angels may be the next posterboys.
I'm a Dark Angel! Look at how edgy and mysterious I am, aren't I mysterious hey wanna see what's under the watchers in the dark's hoods? I just love attention~!
-Matt Ward's 6th ed posterboy.
I play a dark angels successor chapter called: The Legion of the Emperor's Fury, or just "The Legion" for short. I use them mainly as a plot device in my writings, and although their name and color scheme are both generic as fuck, I like to think they have a decent backstory.
You don't need to knock it, just ignore it and paint models you do like.
Am I the only one who likes the Stormtalon?
It might not be the most creative, crazy and advanced design, but that's the way the Imperium technology has always been. And it sticks to the common theme of the Imperium, so what's wrong with it? And what would've you liked?
Because you would probably bash it if it was considerably any different from that, for those very reasons.
I've got a Stormraven I've yet to assemble. Is it possible to replace the servitor gunner with a Space Marine?
The pilot can't see shit in the edited version, how is that even better
The difference is, those other vehicles still have cockpits with glass that give them good enough visibility around them, while the eddited Stormtalon the pilot can only see straight forward from its position, can't see anything upwards from him and barely can see little below, because the pilot isn't sitting any high inside the cockpit.
If it ain't broke, don't fix it. The cockpit was fine already, it didn't need any cameras or especial optics
And if it bothers you that much, greenstuff it like the edit
Hey guys, I ran across a picture of Storm Tallon in the upper-right.