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let's hear it for me getting the hang of my camera! at least a bit anyway.


new faceplate.
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Making sure systems were still green the pilot get's the machine going. Saying his prayer of Safe return as he got moving. the machine kicking up dirt and dust as it went full out along the desert surface as he looked left and right. Making sure that there was no sign of hostiles as he did his patrol.
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There is another pic of my Katuysha. Hope you'll like it.
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Very loosely strung and without feet...
Actually this is first time I assembled her almost completely...
There are many things I like, and many things I dislike >_<
As Boris said: 'Already too far from the beginning but still too far from the finish'
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More troops for the Deathguard, more on the way!
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Made with polymer clay, and painted by hand.

For sale in my Etsy shop, along with other things:
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Here's a picture of a slightly different bolt pistol - the Inqiusition Bolt Pistol! This was actually completed a while ago, I just forgot to share pics hehe

Swapping out the winged skulls from the previous pistol and replacing them with my Inquisition Rosettes, and an appropriate color scheme, turned this into the personal sidearm of the Inquisitor of my Dark Heresy RPG!

Heretics Beware!
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Converted with the head of a Chaos Spawn and the legs and wings from the Plague Drones.
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I made an Omni Tool from the game Mass Effect. It's made out of plexiglass and acryllic. I used EL wire for the lighting effect. I think it's pretty good for a first attempt using materials I've never used before.
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Fully handmade work : necklaces, pendants 
technique: wire-wrapping
materials: sterling silver , fine silver and topaz
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