Sunday, May 19, 2013

WHFB Empire Hurricanum/Luminark Completed

Still need to paint up the guys who operate these contraptions, but here they are. As there is only one carriage/wagon for either "weapon", only one can be used at a time. Here is the kit configured as the Celestial Hurricanum:
Here it is as the Luminark of Hysh - note that the top part of the wagon is reversed. The kit has pegs on the bottom of the housing allowing it to be lifted up and turned around and put back into the frame of the wagon. A very nice feature.
More shots of the Hurricanum:
As noted in the previous post, the outer ring can be removed and tilted to different angles Also, the inner frame containing the planet can spin freely.
As with the War Altar kit, the inside of the wagon includes details such as the book stands and numerous engravings and plaques.
A few more shots of the Luminark of Hysh.
The mirrored ray gun can be swiveled on its pedestal.
A final shot of the Hurricanum:
Thanks for checking out the blog and hope you like this very interesting kit.

19 comments:

  1. Superb model and excellent painting

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  2. You get alot of choice from the kit then! Very nice work on all three pieces to it. Intrigued to see the other crew.

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  3. Fantastic work , i like this really nice .
    Cheers

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  4. Never seen those models before- absolutely fabulous!

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  5. A mental piece, but excellently painted.

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  6. Back to back amazing kits. I do want to hear how these work or fight on the tabletop. Maybe a WH AAR some day?

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  7. Very impressive sized model and you painted it very nice!

    Christopher

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  8. That is nothing short of breath-taking - an insanely good piece of modelling and painting Dean, well done Sir.

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  9. VERRRRY AAAAAWWWEEEEESOMENESSSSSSS

    10 of 10

    great job


    greets
    JayCan

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  10. Thanks for the very kind comments, everyone. I will definitely post an AAR of the performance of either model once I get a game or two in.

    Warmest Regards, Dean

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  11. Great work! I ran into the Luminark last time I was in New Zealand. It was not a great day for my Orcs and Goblins!

    Cheers,
    Aaron

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  12. Thanks again for visiting the blog and posting great comments. Truly appreciated. Best, Dean

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  13. Crikey Deano - that is a humungous model and one amazing paint job - outa this world in fact!

    Cheers,
    Doc

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  14. Great work on your solar contraption! I've been sitting on the fence about this model, but you have convinced me to track one down!

    --Fitz

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  15. Thanks a lot for the kind words Doc & Chris. Best, Dean

    P.S. Chris, you're work is fantastic.

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  16. I don't think I'd like to ride in a Hurricanum, don't take corners fast.

    The luminark looks illuminated.

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