The beast is slain! Well, not, it’s standing tall, but you know what I mean. The #bloodytitan is put together.
Apologies for the poor picture quality, but it’s just a WIP after all, right?
So yeah, some setbacks on the way. The biggest probably was that somehow I messed up the weapon mounting magnets. I put them in (back to Resin Dust Ville!) and they turned out being too weak. So I had to order even more beastly magnets and build them in. Now those weapons bloody stay where they are.
Whilst waiting for the magnets I painted the tech priest who is going to sit in the back of the titan’s body, taking care of things. tech supporting the big giant death robot.
Now painting can begin!
Once weathered and black it doesn't notice.
Great pre shading work on the leg pistons and barrels
Yeah, no worries, once the barrels are painted black and all the holes are deep enough as they are. 🙂 But of course barrels have to be drilled out properly.
@Siph: Thanks, man!
What size magnets did you use? I am just about to start building my Reaver, so would be helpful to know. Thanks.
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Are you not going to drill the holes in the barrels on that freaking big machine gun?
Personally I do it on all my models, thinks it brings them more to life. With something that big as a Titan, and on that scale, I would say it sure brings it even more to life instead of having the barrels looked like they are plugged and "out of order" 🙂
Great work on the model Sigur, been following this from the start and will surly follow it all the way =)