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So, this is my boss's counts as Warlord titan. After building all the Baneblade variants found in the Apocalypse book, with the exception of the Fortress of Arrogance, he wanted to try his hand at making his own Imperial tank. He had ordered a lot of cool tools online, such as a device that punched rivets in plasticard (which proved to be invaluable in this project; and a hell of a lot easier than cutting sections off rods), a pipe cutting tool, and a lot of other stuff i don't remember. Oh yeah... he also bought an apron for catching minuscule bitz that would normally fall on the floor. Personally, I think that is a little extreme (same with his WoW gnome-esque magnifying goggles) and I poke fun at the apron when I can, but thats besides the point. Anyway, the tracks are made from FOUR Baneblade sets of tracks; each side has two sets of tracks, twice the length of a normal Baneblade's tracks. This gives you an idea of how large this thing is. Now, I know it isn't as large as a Warlord, or even a praetorian class tank, but no one in our hobby shop complains. All that matters is its huge, wicked, and killy. The turbo-laser sponsons are the exact size of my Warhound's, and while the pintle mounted twin linked lascannon isn't an option for a real Warlord, he included it simply because it fit with the rest of the model.
I gotta say, it was pretty cool seeing this thing in various points along its creation, and I hope you guys enjoy it!
Wow thas one mean looking machine!
these are some of the shots of it as a work in progress.
man how long did that take??
also i think you desever some rep for you work
Thanks man; my boss did it, but I am his librarium-online liason; he said it took somewhere around 500 hours. Yes, that's not a typo lol.
now I feel an urge to make something...
There is no such thing as a plea for innocence in my court. A plea for innocence is guilty of wasting my time. Guilty.
- Inquisitor Lord Fyodor Karamazov
holy fricken' jeabus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
that makes my jaw drop
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Lol word. In all honesty, this was also over the process of three weeks tops... he would come into the store and be like "I just finished the tracks!" or "Oh man, the frame is taking so long to make" lol.
Hey does the Creator have any instructions on how he made the tracks ???
Sisters Of Battle "Order of the Holy Flame"
Nids "Splinter Fleet Bestia"