Very nice work !
Very nice work !
"I have not failed, I've just found ten thousand ways that won't work." ? Thomas Edison
Man, I totally feel like a slacker. I just kitbashed the metal and plastics together:
Very inspiring work. Both on the actual work and on the thought behind it all.
Truly brilliant. Applause all round!
Looks so much more menacing than the original! My hats off to you, a really wonderful conversion!
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I absolutely love your conversion. Any interest in making another one on commission? Let me know.
That is one amazing looking conversion. You just made wanna make my own, although I don't think mine will end up looking that awesome ^_^
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I'm new to Privateer Press and Khador. I had noticed how little the Kodiak looked compared to the rest and was wondering about a new model. Now i dont have to worry about it. Great model and i'll probably have a go at it thanks to your thread.
wow, dude... privateer press needs to hire you, seriously you are talented.
Great work here!
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That's a great job well done,
i've made my own plastic Kodiak, but i hacked the metal opne apart for things like the plates on the fist and also the 'toes'. i didnt bother with the funny hat, mainly because my modeling skills aren't up to it and mine just looked goofy.
Great great work! This could easily be a PP kit
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This is just so awesome, I actually got so inspired by this so I made my own. I'll post some pictures later, but for now I
have a question; What brown did you use? You've really nailed the look I was trying to get on my classic Kodiak and It would be
very kind of you to enlighten me
awesome! I like how much Tougher he looks than the original.
Here's hoping this thread prompts PP to bring out some conversion Kits! Not much of a converter myself, like the Kodiak stats but not a fan of the model....
I use Citadel colors for my browns (not any kind of preference, mind you; it's what I had when I started painting my stuff). I start with a basecoat of Scorched Brown and gradually blend in more and more Graveyard Earth until it's straight Graveyard Earth. I then highlight with a mix of Graveyard Earth mixed with a bit of Kommando Khaki.
that is truly an job very well done, thats awesomeness at its highest
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Looks great. Very impressive.
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Fantastic work. I really wanted a Kodiak but now I don't think I could settle for the official model.
In all of my posts, please keep in mind that I am still somewhat new to the game. Also, my painting is far from professional quality and I honestly don't even try for that style.
Thanks for the inspiration. I bought a Kodiak as my second Warjack without realising how little it was. I saw this thread while it was still an order to get the plastic kit too. With a bit of work I've now got a plastic Kodiak and a Destroyer based on the Kodiak chasis (here). Fluff-wise, they're both Juggernaught chassis, so I think that should be fine! I attached the Kodiak head to the plastic body by sawing off the hexagonal block, attaching the head with brass rod, and filling the gap with GS. I'm very pleased with my two full sized warjacks, it would have been annoying to make such an out of scale model.
great conversion with a great pose and a great paint job... in short: great!
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