Dreamforge hands

The knuckles are individually jointed and posable! I know I was planning to go off the rails and #kitbash this but going to follow the book just a bit more. #dreamforge #model #miniature #knight #40k


Crusader basic assembly

I really enjoyed building this #DreamForge #crusader but I think this is where I start doing my own thing with it. Time to #kitbash it


Crusader assembly

Started from the legs, the plastic is very thick and substantial, should be quite strong. The legs have like five points of articulation each, working hydraulics and there’s hardware for tightening the joints #dreamforge #crusader #robot #knight #model


Dreamforge crusader

Starting up work in the robot factory. This #Dreamforge #Crusader kit is really well designed, it looks like all the joints are articulated, and I’m even impressed by the interlocking stacking sprues. Of course I’m gonna magnetize the hell out of it and make it modular, #kitbash it with the rest of my #models


Crusader

A bit of work in the robot factory, starting to #kitbash the #dreamforge Crusader. I chopped off the front panel to make room for a crew compartment, and broke up the hip and shoulder joints to add magnets so I can make swappable arms and legs #knight #40k #model


Robot factory

More work in the robot factory. Added a little detail to the #trailer and have the chassis and legs for both the #gamesworkshop #knight and #dreamforge #leviathan magnetized and interchangeable. Need to get the heads, arms and armor set up to be modular next. #modeling #miniature #terrain


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More work in the robot factory. The #40k #knight kit has fingers made to be glued in a pose, but that wasn’t enough for me, so I drilled them and bent an axel out of wire to allow them to move #modeling #robot #mech #kitbash #wargaming. . .