I wanted to share some pictures of my Leviathan Dreadnought with you. I can see why they're so popular as the kit is a joy to put together (and I hear their rules aren't half bad either!).
The Iron Warriors Contemptor Dreadnought is covered in recessed hazard lines which makes painting them very easy. As the Leviathan is not a Legion-specific kit, it only has flat surfaces on it - queue several hours trying to figure out where to put hazard lines!
My solution was to cover the entire front of the Leviathan with masking tape; I ended up covering him all to make sure that the stripes on the hazard lines were of equal width, and all ran at the correct angles.
After removing half of the masking tape, I had to commit to putting black paint all over the yellow panels - I hadn't tested the masking tape before doing this, but thankfully it all went fine, with only small amounts of paint seeping through!
The Dreadnought before his final wash to make him look mucky like the rest of my Legion
A bit of a size comparison - Leviathans really do live up to their name!