Although its "Designed for Infinity" I've included GW's Canoness Veridyan (WiP) for scale... and its primary intended use is as part of the vehicle train for my force of Jailbirds from Raging Heroes...
I've made some adjustments and the model is convertible enough for my purposes!
The more mainstream Sci-Fi styling is a departure from the Grim Dark of most of my collection but I picture the Jailbirds are more like Battlestar Galactica nomads than Underhive Gangers so their vehicle set reflects that.
I saw an amazing vehicle at the Mercedes Museum in Stuttgart. It was a Rolling Post Office and also provided telephone service via built in booths... I wonder if I can find a model of that thing or if I'm going to have to scratch build it....
I was very impressed with the rust effects a and the "heat" line.
The "heat colors" are kind of like a more viscous, more adhesive, wash in blue, purple, and orange.. as well as a color called old oil which is not "heat" tagged but has a similar consistency.
Secret Weapon rusts had good color while the Army Painter "Old Rust" had some texture to it. I did a base of Old Rust (AP), a shade of Orange Rust (SW), and a glaze of Flesh Wash (SW). There is also a spot of Brown Rust (SW) here and there in the larger patches.
The Secret Weapon Tire Black, Rubber, and Rubber highlight were also very nice to use and gave a convincing effect.
Its paper model heritage is apparent in several unexpected ways. Mostly in that it has a lot of interdependent structures that must be painted, largely un-assembled, and then assembled simultaneously. The main fuselage requires four parts to be aligned and glued in the final step.