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Well first let me introduce you all to of of my most favourite models, Mortis Irae
This puppy joined me in 2004 and ever since I've wanted more titans, I blame the novel SoI for this.
Today I was at work when I received a little message telling me a big box had arrived........hmmm what could that be?
Anybody want to take a guess?
Suffice to say this will make my IW the absolute powerhouse around as I'm now the proud owner of not 1, not 2 but 3 chaos titans.
Here's a little pic of what's to come with this blog.
Last edited by Dreachon; November 4th, 2009 at 18:57.
Yay! I love watching titans getting built and painted. It's the closest I'll ever get to owning one myself!
Now, let me live my dreams though you
Nice. Unless I'm very much mistaken a Reaver is on the way. Looking forward ot seeing it! Just a question about the chaos warhound Titan. It has a very detailed interior right? Is it possible to somehow 'open up' the Titan to paint and see the details after you've built it?
2500 points of Empire for ToXG: Points painted for month 4: 0 Points painted overall: 510
For both my new reaver and warhound I plan to use magnets so the top carapace can be removed so you can see the interieur.
Sorry to threadjack mate
How could I guess Dans Titan smelling ability would soon lock onto this thread?
Allright first update on the blog.
Been working hard at cleaning and removing all the tabs, nearly done all components so this weekend I'm in for a big scrub.
The 2nd warhound is equipped with a turbolaser and a plasmablastgun, the reaver carries an apoc rocket pod and 2 laserblasters.
Not sure if I will, sofar my warhound is holding very stable without a base, further the reaver seems like it won't really need a base as the construction of the feet and legs seem very stable.
Further I might also cause problems with transporting them as I'd require large boxes off course I will try to see if I can mount all 3 of them on a base perhaps.
I haven't glued any pieces together but it seems that FW have put a lot of thought in the construction of the reaver, many parts will actually slide together and create a tight fitting.
The little blue spot next to the beast is a SM to give an indication of it's size.
It must be interesting to see the assembly and painting of such a piece, consider me subscribed!