Hello fellas, today I want to present you with pictures of the finished Chaos Warhound Titan. 🙂
The model comes with a sheet of clear plastic so you can cut out cockpit windows if you like. The sheet is pretty big too so it’s not too bad if you get struck by lightning or something like that while cutting out the windows and mess it up. 😉
Have I mentioned that the interior probably is the most impressive detail of the model?
Here’s a full shot of the back of the beast. I’m really happy with how the green came out in the end and how it makes the armour “pop”.
After holding still for the long photoshoot the Warhound got all fidgety so I sent Slurch the Plague Marine to go walkies with the hound for a bit.
Right. that’s that then. Very cool model, great to work with and all that. I’m really looking forward to my next titan. 🙂
Dude that's awesome! I have always loved your metallic works and was curious how it was going to translate on a larger model – no need for alarm though – nailed it!
You're tight the green looks amazing are the spikes part of the kit? I don't think I have seen them on it before…
Probably the best Chaos Warhound Titan I've ever seen. Fantastic job, it looks stunning!
Awesome. How long did it take you from start to finish?
Pure win mate.. love it.. and indeed.. how long did it take from start to finish on this bad boy. Whomever commissioned this is a lucky sod.. that is for sure..
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