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Long term lurker, just posting up some pics of my scratch built warhound titan and thunderbolts (1 of 3) for my upcoming apocalypse games. They are themed to the Inquisition as I play witch and daemon hunters.
Images should be no larger than 700 pixels wide. Thanks. ~LN
Last edited by Lost Nemesis; November 22nd, 2007 at 05:38.
Nice work! You certainly have the tools to make an Apocalypse game interesting!
I love that titan, it looks amazingly more real than some other scratch built big things that ive seen before. ;Y
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how did you make that titan look so good. please share your secrets.8Y
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I too would like to see how you did that, very amazing, and very awe-inspirering!
Makes me want to start making one! Good job!
you did a really great job on those, i can see they are scratchbuild, but you've made your own version of it and not tried to blindly copy too much of the original
First off thanks everyone for your positive feedback.how did you make that titan look so good. please share your secrets.
As to the secrets not too much to it really, plans I found online for the basic shape. It is pretty much made from plastic sheets that are thrown away at my work similar to plasticard or styrene sheets. The circular components are PVC pipe, and the rest of the detail comes from my bits box, and some medical supplies (canulae bung tips, 1 mL syringes, plastic vial tubes, and pharmaceutical caps). Let me know if there is anything more specific.
Last edited by mercenary; November 22nd, 2007 at 11:18.
Very nice. I would like to make a CSM titan, but I wouldn't know where to start.
where did the pipes on the nose of the thunderbolt come from?
Last edited by Lost Nemesis; November 22nd, 2007 at 21:29.
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