Friday, 18 December 2015

Mars Alpha Pattern Warlord Battle Titan (10)

Well that's a process I'd quite like not to repeat for a while!! 2 coats of the base colour, wash, then highlight on ALL THAT TRIM! It will be worth it though.


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Once the panels were dry i went straight onto gluing them onto the legs. I replicated the white striping that is on the Forge World Warlord, which initially i wasn't sure about. I'm pleased i ran with it as i think it would've been to much blue otherwise.




This is what i was left with after the full assembly. It looks much  more impressive now!





Once I'd done all that i realised i forgot to add the small armour plates that go between the toes! I managed to get them attached without any problems though. They finished off the feet quite nicely.




I will be going back to the pistons and adding a bit more grease and grim. I have a recipe that i want to try with some oil paints at some point. now I'm done with the legs though, its straight onto the torso!

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7 comments:

  1. Wow. What a difference adding the plates makes. I've had a Warhound sitting in the shelf of shame for far to long as a result of worrying how I would tackle all the trim. This shows the only way to do it is to get stuck in and just do it!

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    1. It's definitely the way mate, chuck on a movie in the background and just get your head down. I managed this lot of trim in 4 days (base coat, second coat, wash, highlight) The world needs to see that Warhound!

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  2. Soooooo much work, but so worth it. Looking great!!!

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    1. Your not wrong. The legs look so much better with the armour on though! I don't think the torso plates will have quite so much trim to do.....I hope!

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    2. I think you're right there. It seems there are more plates overlapping on the legs.

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  3. Beautiful work, man! Amazing how much the armor plates change the 'tone' of the legs. Suddenly there's a huge sense of menace to it!

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  4. No more chicken legs. Loving the dappled blue effect.

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