The overall process was pretty much the same as a basic unit, clipping everything off of the sprues, building the model, basecoating, foundation paint, detailing and washes. The main difference aside from the size of the model was in applying the transfers, which was new.
Some have definitely applied better than others. The skulls on the sides of the front wheel ended up a bit squint sadly, and the transfers on the marine’s shoulders didn’t seem to like curving with the shoulder. I’ll get more practice at it though, and its nice to have a sheet of transfers to add logos to the shoulders of my marines. My painting skills aren’t really up to hand painting them like a lot of people do 🙂
I’ve attached a gallery of the model at various stages. Sadly I kept forgetting to take photos as I went along, but you can see, the model unboxed and on the sprues, assembled and base-coated, after its first coat of paint, and then finished.