Showing posts with label Legio Titanicus. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Legio Titanicus. Show all posts

Sunday, 26 June 2016

Lucius Pattern Warhound Titan - Vulcan Mega-Bolter

Hello everyone

So the last couple of days I have finished painting another weapon for my Warhound Titan. So now it can field a Vulcan Mega-Bolter aswell. I have no idea if its any good in game, but it looks damn cool.

I think the Titan is basically finished now, I might add a bit more details to it at some point (Like Purity seals etc.) just to give it a bit more personality.

But for now I'm happy, so back to painting my Age of Sigmar stuff.

Vulcan Mega-Bolter

And here's a couple of pictures of the Warhound with a Plasma Blastgun and Vulcan Mega-Bolter, looks so awesome :-D

All three weapons are of course magnetised and completely interchangeable.

Hope you like it :) Comments and questions are more than welcome.

That's it for now, so until next time.


Sunday, 12 June 2016

Lucius Pattern Warhound Titan - Slightly more finished!

Hello everyone

So I think I said in my last post that my Titan was infact finished. Well I decided to add a few more things on it, first of which was a banner. 

This is how it turned out

The banner itself is just normal paper given a few layers of PVA glue and then painted. I've used a combination of airbrush, brush and some Forgeworld Decals for the Legio Astorum Titan Legion.

Overall I think it turned out decent'ish and it sure adds a bit more detail to the Titan.

Next up is another weapon option, the Vulcan Mega Bolter, I've already started painting this and is just about ready to start weathering and detail painting.

But that will be another post.


(If you would like to see more regular updates and WIP shots feel free to follow me on Instagram @dornsarrow).

Sunday, 15 May 2016

Lucius Pattern Warhound Titan - Finished!

Hello everyone!

It's been a while since my last post (Posting mostly WIP on Instagram these days), but I'm happy to present my finished Lucius Pattern Warhound Titan :-D.

Pictures are taken by the talented photographer Sune Tølløse at this years Hydracon. It was my goal to have it finished and ready for presentation at Hydracon and luckily I managed to do that!

So without further ado here's some glorious pictures.

Hope you guys like it :)
Comment and questions are more than welcome below or on FB/Instagram.