The goal was to step out of comfort zone and paint something completely different than usual, and as i aint the biggest fan of space marines this is the ultimate target. As most of these contemptor miniatures tend to be weathered to death i wanted someting entierly different - a factory fresh one, more or less.

Think i lost more than one braincell in the process painting all this SENMM, as the angle of every plate have to be figured out. thank to the cmon crew, followers of my wip/s, in particular Avelorn-Sven for theory discussions. Also Chrispys SENMM article helped a lot;
http://www.coolminiornot.com/articles/1191-reflecting-on-senmm

this is nothing i want to ever do again, or want my worst enemy to try out!
  • Sash

    Hi, looks great. I can remember seeing senmm first time about ten years ago at my yahoo miniature painting group. It was a griffin from rackham done in this way. After that this style was dead - it is the rebirth in this piece. I like your Dreadnought very much. How long did you paint in him? Thank you for posting. Best wishes Sash

    • Stefan "SkelettetS" Johnsson

      Hey, thanks! All i can say is that it took too bloody much time, I really have no clue. Glad you like it!

  • Roman LappatPLUS

    You are mad, you know!

  • David PowellPLUS

    Great to see this posted here.  Definitely one of my all time favorite contemptor versions.  Beautiful work!

  • Michael "Dellolyn" Hansen

    I love it, well done my friend.

  • John Margiotta "BloodASmedium"PLUS

    Very well painted skel

  • Lee Hebblethwaite (10 ball)

    Shiny! just like the silver you got for it mate :)

  • John Margiotta "BloodASmedium"PLUS

    Off the hook !

  • John Margiotta "BloodASmedium"PLUS

    It’s the best display of senmm I would never even try this

  • Ben Snyder (Demihuman)

    GOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLDD! Hahaha. This makes me smile everytime I see it!