Let’s Build a Redemptor Dreadnought!

Since I started doing the videos for Hacette Partworks Warhammer 40,000 Conquest, I have had several emails and messages asking me to do a build of one of the models.

So I had a little time this afternoon while doing some videos for the channel and put together this very quick look at how to build a Redemptor Dreadnought that was in issues 24 and 25.

The kit is an easy build and can be assembled without the use of glue, so it’s built exactly as if I was new to the hobby.

In the video for speed, I removed all the components from the sprues before assembly, though I would recommend that if you are new to modelling that you take your time and follow the instructions stage by stage, only removing parts when needed on guide.  All parts are numbered and easy to follow.

I strongly recommend that you use plastic model glue to build your Dreadnought so that it withstands being used a little better, and use a pair of side snips or model clippers when cutting the parts from the sprues and always be careful with both snips and of course solvents and only use glue in a well ventilated area. If you are unsure what to do however, a good idea is to take a trip to your local Games Workshop or Warhammer store and I am sure that the staff there will be more than happy to help you.

Here are a few images of the completed model.

About Marc Farrimond

I'm a 55 year guy from Wigan in Lancashire living in Edinburgh, Scotland with two of my four awesome kids and my long suffering wife Laura. I have worked freelance over the years for some of the biggest names in tabletop and roleplaying and I am a very keen cosplayer and photographer.
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