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Excellent work so far. I had been thinking about trying one of these when i get some spare time, but to be honest I was going to try a Rhino first to get some practice. I'm keen to see how you progress and how you tackle the rest of the bits. Keep the updates coming...
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looks very nice... and that extra £35 you have looks even better lol
i wonder what GW would say if you brought it into the store and used it in your army? id imagine my local store would be all (
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It looks great and is gonna be awsome.
Im just wondering are you gonna use GW guns or scratch built guns?.
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IF you use GW gus on it then i would be intrigued to see if GW notcied it wasnt their model if you took it into a store to game with. Im assuming its the same dimensions as the GW one.
Me and my bro are gonna try and make a Warhound Titan out of plasticard (we probably will need some help with dimensions please) n' I was wondering if you could give me some pointers on work with plasticard?
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im going to make it into a lr crusader, so i will scratch build the assault cannons and use GW bolters, the frag launchers im thinking i will use up all the pineapples from my tac squads mounted in some tubing along the sides,,, dunno yet
as far as tips for making the warhound... use a metal ruler(i didnt and the lines are not quite straight on some bits, use a sharp knife, gently score, then snap off. use fine sand paper to remove the little lip that is left after snapping.
also cut a heap of 90 degree triangles and glue these where the two main corners join. helps heaps in the long run.
and finally shop around for your plasticard. I got mine off ebay for $1.25AU per sheet (slightly smaller than an A4 sheet of paper.) Beat the hell out of $12 for 3 smaller sheets from the hobby store.
i think i even have plans for the warhound, so PM me and ill see if i can still find them, if you need them at all.
That is very cool looking, I can't wait to see it finished. You have certainly done a very good job in re-creating the shape and size of a Landraider. I suggest that you work on the tracks. At the moment they look like they are still a part of the hull. I suggest that you emphazise that they are not.