Obligatory front view.
Obligatory back view.
Close up of the head.
A close up showing the turbine-shaped detail up parts I used on the verniers.
Some action shots with its available armaments. The beam sabers are stowed behind the round buckler. The dober gun and buckler hang from the joints at the ends of the shoulder armour.
There is a handle at the back of the buckler allowing the Tallgeese to hold it. The magazine on the dober gun is removable.
Here are the unused parts for the Tallgeese III. The whip-like device is articulated at every link. They are made up of halves assembled sequentially, and they tend to show the seam line. The two extra shoulder armour pieces have slots in them and allow the extra strip of armour to attach on the outside. The heads are that of the Tallgeese III and II respectively. Lastly it’s the BFG the Tallgeese III uses. The barrel extends in length before allowing itself to split up and downwards. You can see how the colours are molded all wrong.
This is the first time I’ve painted an entire model and I’m relieved the flat Super Clear didn’t turn white and ruin it. I did have a hard time using the aqueous acrylic paint to do the panel lines though. Luckily there isn’t a need to make them very obvious as the primary colour of the model is white.