Battlefleet Gothic – Technocracy Adeptus Mechanicus Battleship

Hey mates,

here is a minor update for this week. Today I got some hours spare time and completed the converted Demiurg Starship which represents a technocratic Battleship, leading my Adeptus Mechanikus themed fleet. By now I am still worrying on where to put the significant white stripes and if they are required after all, as the overall design is quite a bit different from the remaining fleet and the hull is also unique to the fleet, which does seem to make a specific marker redundant. If I am going to add the white stripes, it might me on the back fins, as they offer some relatively smooth surfaces in contrast to the main-part of the ships hull.

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4 thoughts on “Battlefleet Gothic – Technocracy Adeptus Mechanicus Battleship

    1. Feel free to show some pics right here in the comments ๐Ÿ˜‰ Would be curious to see what you’ve created yourself.

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      1. Errr I am looking but can’t figure out how to frankly. They should pop up on the blog in the next couple of weeks tho – went for a dirty cream base with bright orange / green contrast areas

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  1. Odd… When I opened up your comment in the WordPress backend I got the option to attach some pics… strangely that option seems to be missing in the front end oร’

    Btw… what is your opinion on the bases of my Dark Eldar? I ordered a whole bunch of additional materials such as blue vegetation, cracked earth paste and so forth and am still wondering how to bring them more to live. Also considered using probably red crystals instead of the greenish ones…

    Would appreciate an additional perspective on that topic ๐Ÿ˜‰

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