Out here in the Valley of the Sun the heat of Phoenix Arizona can have some unexpected results. Say for example you leave your Imperial Guard army in your car one day, after a late night of wargaming. You may return to your car in the morning to find that your Leman Russ has melted, yes... melted. So what does one do with a horribly warped Leman Russ? Make it a looted wagon of course! Any critiques and suggestions are welcome. I think I'm about done with the tank itself. I am working on making some grots out of green stuff to man the sponsons and a large ork to command the tank.
Tank traps are mounted to front of the tank using a couple of I-beams. A battle cannon was scratch built from styrene tube and is removable to allow for weapons swaps. An oil drum has been converted into a rocket launcher.
A deck is added to the rear end of the tank for transport. The exhausts are rerouted around the deck.
A lascannon power pack powers a spot light. Bits of worne styrene are 'riveted' about the sides of the hull and used to decorate the front of the track guards.
Green stuff was used to create weld lines, styrene rods were bent using the heat of cigarette lighter, and guitar string connects a spotlight to the turret.
Guitar string and Imperial Guard flamer packs were used to detail the engine compartment.
Using some orky pictures for reference, I cut a few ork icons out of thin sheets of styrene.
A great deal of the wear and tear inflicted on the styrene was achieved by chewing on it between my molars.
Here I swapped the driver's position and forward weapon. I tore apart one end of a styrene tube and further bent the ends after warming them with a lighter to represent an exploded cannon barrel.