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It occurred to me that I never put up finished pics of my scratchbuilt warhound.
So heres some quick snaps I took whilst searching for my airbrush in the spare room! Bare in mind I had 12 hours left to paint this guy and 10 noise marines so it was a rush job, the pics are really to show the modelling, not the paintjob!
I think you have captured the overall shape of a Warhound quite well. It's body arms and legs are also well proportioned as far as I can see. The effect with the eyes is cool, I think they are glowing, they seem to be. However I think you need to work on the details some more such as more machinery on the legs. Chaos stuff is always covered in nuts and bolts but your Warhound has so few. Take a Q-tip, one of those things you use to clean your ears with. Slice the Q-tip into wee bits and they will make good bolts to go on your Warhound. I also think you should add more chaos stuff to it as it has few actual strong indicators it is Chaos thingy. I think it is very good though, making a Warhound titan looks hard.
OOO, I have forgotten, what did you make it out of again?
Last edited by Leech; January 4th, 2009 at 22:42.
I love the control panel on his right arm
It's like... Who's gonna reach that without going through a "brown trouser time!" moment.
Really nice work