This little bit of silliness came about after I build my first drop pod and wondered how a dreadnought would be loaded on one. The troop carrying guts of the thing seem too integrated into the structure to be easily converted.
Anyway, the idea of how dreads might actually use a drop pod gave me a tickle, so I'm sharing the initial pencil with you. I plan on cleaning it up and inking it now that it's digital.
In case you can't read my chicken scratching, here's the script.
Technician: Brother Awesomenus is scheduled for drop assault but our last drop pod has troop restraints installed.
Brother Awesomenus: Fear not, brothers. I shall go into battle in the manner of our ancient forefathers.
Yes, I realize I wrote "manor" instead of "manner." Deal. Also, I have no real concept of whether an ancient Space Marine Dreadnought would call an Adeptus Mechanicus tech "brother." Same response... deal. I liked the dread calming the fretting tech with his kind words of wisdom. So there ya have it.
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