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Don't forget to show the picture of the elusive Ad-Mech permission slip that comes with your titan. It's like the bigfoot of forgeworld
Sleeping, not dead.
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So you finally gave in and got in, looking forward seeing yours.
You turned a wad of cash into horrible wallpaper and a radiator?
But really, how difficult are these bad boys to put together? Just superglue or do you need a degree in mechanical engineering too?
I can't say I've seen it all but I live for the things that keep me hollow.
OK, everyone loves pictures. If anyone wishes to see some photos of certain parts of the chaos warhound ask now rather than later, it may be obscured or covered in chevrons.
Heres a shot of the head with some scale reference.
The upper parts
Vents and other oddities
Legs (I may have one set of pistons too many!)
No pictures of the feet yet, i want to check everythings there first and my rooms a bit of a state so I dont want to open the bags with the tiny bits in!
Who loves plasma? Uh Huh, I do, I do, I doooOOOoooo!
OK, unfortunately as soon as I opened this box I wanted to take the greenstuff to the beast to personnalise it. Its been only a month since the Paladin (The Eternal Paladin of Iron) was in the deep green stage and Im already itching to crack out the putty again.
So, Im thinking of changing this cod piece below, to have the Iron Warriors Iron mask on instead of the Eye of Horus, what good did he do anyway? With the Iron Warriors at the head, the Heresy would have ben successful.
Comments more than welcome as per usual.
Beautiful.......so beautiful........so damned beautiful!
Take it away before you make me broke!
Mysterious Member of the ANZAC Clan
Got your message. If you check out the Tale of Two Titans thread you can pretty much see the progression Cyric and I took with our figs. Basically, dry fit, prime, dry fit, paint the interior, dry fit, paint upper exterior, dry fit, assemble upper torso, dry fit, assemble legs, paint legs, dry fit, paint armor plating, dry fit, assemble head arms and armor plating, create & paint wicked base, dry fit, attach base, giggle with pride and joy, crush your enemies, crack open a cold one -it's Miller time!
Cyric and I did a lot of searching on the net too. Things to know, once resin is super glued its there for good. Pin all your big bits. Just super glue does OK, but the upper body is heavy and there are a few horror stories out there.
Now I shall present a challenge to you: can you incorporate the Iron Mask onto the face of your warhound? The answer may be 'No, because it's lame.' But its a thought.
Drop either Cyric or myself a line if we can help in any way. We learned quite a bit on the way.
You realize you're gonna force me to start working on mine. Curse you and your filthy motivation!
Araldite! bits like the torso to the groin and the weapons.
Thanks alot Tweaker.