Like in title - remake of one of my most beloved machines ever. Warhammer Dreadnought is an unique mecha with its origin, bulky look, and (usually) melee weapons. And I think that it deserves for better appearance in Lego than my first try.
Legs are still not as good as I want; I just need large red wheel interiors for making them totally PERFECT. Just 2 parts. Those gray hoses between the legs should be shorter, but Lego doesn't produce shorter.
This photo shows the method I've used for installing the chain. Stupid, but surprisingly works. It is just a 1x1 brick with headlight, with plate 1x1 with clip attached to the headlight stud. Then, the chain is just on that and blocked by a red brick on the left that prevents it from sliding off. Loose but works fine.
Hey bud, was just wondering if you could send me step by steps for your dreadnoughts. I dont intend to post anything online or anywhere public, but if i do end up doing so at any given point, full credit will of course be given. Fenixis08@yahoo.com is my email, thanks.
Great job on this moc. I personaly play as space marines in the 40k universe and I think it would look even better if you add a veteran symbol to the side of the cockpit. There are pictures on the GW website. Id like to see more 40k out of you. Again great build.
I haven't played or even seen Warhammer 40k very much but from an on lookers standpoint I have to say this thing is absolutely awesome. I especially like the fact that it's practically studless, the autocannon actually works and the fact that it's so bulky; the skinny mechs never seem as realitic as the bulkier ones, such as this. Fantastic MOC!!