Here we are, day eight, and I've got the second regiment finished. Okay, so there are only twenty Storm Vermin (accordning to GW's prices, this is $83 worth, a figure which shocks and amazes me since all I did was paint some chaos warriors to get them). I am considering painting runes on the banner, but I am not very good free hand...
|The mighty storm vermin in all their verminous glory!|
|What the enemies of Clan Skitterklaw see just before they become the ex-enemies of Clan Skitterklaw|
|What the enemies just to the left of the ex-enemies of Clan Skitterklaw see just before their comrades become ex-commerades.|
|Everything that is currently complete (the warlock engineer's base is not done). 490.5 points worth.|
And my plans for the Rat Tank. I've decided it'll be a doom wheel. I've also decided it'll be my only doom wheel. I intend to use parts from the actual doom wheel kit to adorn the tank and make it's warp-lightning generators etc. I also plan to use the engineer from the Doom Wheel, and his seat etc. for the core of a Doom Flayer. And, if there are enough parts of warp-lightning-y looking things left, I'll see about making a warplightning cannon. This is known as stretching your hobby dollar. One Doom Wheel (received in part exchange for the painting of the Benite Hordes), plus one 1/35 tank, and a few odds and ends equals One Doom Wheel, One Doom Flayer, and One Warp Lightning Cannon (presumably of doom). That's $151 at GW's current shall we say... ambitious prices. We shall see what the tank costs, but I expect no more than $40 or so. So a saving of about $110.
And it goes without saying that I shall be sharing the sinister secrets of assembling these Clan Skryre creations with you. Or at least some of them. The tank might be a bit too big and involved, but I certainly plan to do an MFH on the Doom Flayer, plus my plans for a Doom Rocket (sensing a pattern to these skaven names...)