Red Corsairs – TL Lascannon Razorback

Hey Warhammer world – I finished up my RC razorback late last week and thought I’d share it.  Again, photos taken with my iPhone so they are not the best quality (You really cannot see a lot of the dirt and weathering along the ‘skirt’ of the vehicle).  The plan is to one day setup some sweet action poses between Marshall’s IG army and my RC and take some awesome pics for the blog.  Anyways, here we go:

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7 Responses to Red Corsairs – TL Lascannon Razorback

  1. Mordian7th says:

    Good stuff! The red shade you accomplished looks awesome, and the weathering effects turned out really nice. Keep up the great work!

    • Crimzzen says:


      It’s deceptively simple. Prime Red, wash devlin, wash red, wash devlin, drybrush red, matte seal. I find the matte coat really helps lock in the colours and blends them nicely as well as cleaning up any mistakes with the final drybrush.

      I’ll need to invest some time into your blog, really neat stuff there!

  2. Thor says:

    Great job on the weathering. I find few people really appreciate how hard it is to achieve effective and realistic weathering. I believe most people are of the belief that it’s easy.

    The choice of green on the lascannons was a good call. It lends a nice contrast to the red. Did you convert the barrels on the lascannons? They look sweet.

    • Crimzzen says:

      Thanks Thor,

      I agree that a lot of effort goes into weathering – from planning location/size to the many different colours/washes layered – it generally takes me an evening to get it just how I want it.

      Yeah, I’ve always liked painting green. The goal here is to avoid looking ‘Christmasy’. The lascannons are indeed converted from chaos dragon heads and a SM LC. In a couple of weeks you’ll notice the same thing on my Pred’s LCs.

  3. Sean says:

    Really like the green and the chared areas dude. Great work!

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