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Hi. Here is a project that i have been working on for about 2 months.
It is a Warhammer 40k scale Warlord Titan with turbo laser destructors, volcano cannon and gatling blaster. It is nearly finished, just needs imperial eagles on the lower leg armour plates and on the side of the arm armour plates. (If i ever get my brass etch imperial eagles from forge world - ordered 6 weeks ago!!!)
It is construced from MDF (legs and base of torso), oodles of foam board and plasticard, plumbing fittings and every single component from my bits box!!!!
I am looking forward to fielding this beastie in an upcoming apoc game.
I have pictured it next to some imperial buildings to give an idea of the scale (nearly 26" tall!!!)
Last edited by SHREDHED; June 10th, 2009 at 17:27.
Not including all the bits from my bitz box, (and i did use a hell of a lot, parts from land raiders, rhinos, leman russ's, shadowswords and chimeras) it cost approximately £150 to build.
Most of this was spent on foam board and various thicknesses of plasticard costing about £70
I work in a builders merchants so other stuff like MDF, cardboard, wood glue etc i got for next to nothing.
Approximately £30 on plumbing fittings, pipes, brass olives etc
And about £20 on paints.
And not forgetting the £30 i had to spend on the epic model to use as a reference and convert all the measurements to 40k scale.
Thanks for the compliment.
That's very good. It looks very much like a Warlord titan, huge and nasty, my bugs are scared. I like that you have done details and stuff on it too. The weapons look like what they are meant to be which works too, reppy for your titan. If Forge world is taking their time I suggest you ring them. I have had trouble with my own orders from them but they respond well if you tell them something is too late.
Yep. Thats the model i based mine on.
Measuring some of the pieces was pretty fiddly and i had to scale everything up by a ratio of 10.6 : 1 and transfer all the diagrams to graph paper so that i could make accurate templates.
That took almost as much time as the time i spent cutting out all the components and gluing them together!!!