Original from FW Visual Feed, used without permission. Courtesy of aracersss in the comments from Faeit212
Are FW doing the same as GW and hiding the future in plain sight? This was shown during the visual feed from FW just emailed to subscribers and on the Warhammer App. Lord H just sent me the picture and asked the same question?
The video pans up through a Warhound, then a Reaver and on to a Warlord Titan. Reminiscent of the release order perhaps?
This is the best rendition of a Warlord Titan seen so far, echoes from the Imperial Knight in the head design, and when questioned back in 2012 at Gamesday, Will Hayes FW designer behind the Reaver Titan did say it was on his to-do list...
Am I just wish listing like SoB or Squat/Hrud rumours? We'll see... I'm getting one, whenever that'll be and Slayer Sword Winner Richard Gray will hopefully paint it for me like the other Reaver and Warhounds!
Hi everyone, here is another new addition to the Iron Warrior ranks - the Iron Warriors Contemptor.
This is yet another mini I have had lying around for ages - the moment Forgeworld released it, I knew I had to have it, but then the Warhound got in the way and the Contemptor was relegated for a few months.
For the loadout, I went for a combination of weapons; twin linked Lascannon, Chain Fist and twin linked Heavy Bolter - all magnetised so I can swap them out. In practice I will probably run a Lascannon/Chain Fist combo so that I have both anti-tank and CC options.
The Havoc missiles were a given - even if I don't use them, they look pretty cool.
Hi guys - I have a new toy to share with you today; a Shadowsword super-heavy tank.
Its hard to tell now, but this is actually Siph's Shawdowsword that he converted back in 2009, but never got around to painting it - so I kindly re-purposed it for my Iron Warriors (not that I can really use it in games other than Apoc or 30k as Tormentor).
Siph had done some awesome work converting the tank to be 5 out of the 6 Shadowsword variants, although I ended up gluing the hull in the rear position, so its now not 100% accurate as the Banehammer and Doomhammers - but close enough for me.
I filed off the filthy imperial aquilas from the sides of the tank and anywhere else I could find them (other than the tracks - because...just no) - so it fits in with my Iron Warriors, although there is now heraldry on there.
I actually started working on the tank back in Autumn last year - but got interrupted by a Titan, so promised myself that this would my next priority to get finished.
I treated the paint job in exactly the same way I would a normal Iron Warriors tank - just like a giant Rhino really. Which was fine until I got round to painting on all the edge highlights/scratches - which admittedly took me ages.
I'm pretty happy with how the weathering came out - I was a little concerned about the sheer flat expanse of some of the surfaces; even as detailed as they are, painting them as bare steel left it looking very sparse, but that wasn't really a problem after all the mud had gone on.
I hope you like - I can't wait to get it in a game and start blasting holes in Siphs Titans.
Here is an update with another Ultramarine project- a Sicaran Relic tank.
I've painted this the same way as my WIP Centurion, with several blue paints to build up the colour, I'm really happy with the overall look of the blue base colour- the combination of washes and glazes give a more natural colour, rather than it looking quite flat.
I've opted to mount the lascannon's on this tank, the perfect tank hunter.
To add to the 'relic' nature of the vehicle, I've add a number of scrolls and honours- all adding to the overall venerable feel. I intend to add transfers to the tank, including reference to the XIII legion, and potentially further honours/kill markers etc. Left to do is to complete the lenses of the windows, and weathering.
Hi all - to finish off this series of blog posts (until I get better pics or have a game with the Warhound) I thought I would compile the links to all 18 of the the posts in chronological order to a) hopefully help out anyone else looking to tackle this sort of project and b) so I can easily find and remember how to build my second Warhound when I finally get on to that project.
Well, its been the biggest (geek) project I have ever undertaken, coming in at over 3 months (starting on 05/11/2014 and finishing on 18/02/2015) worth of planning, prepping, building and painting, but the Chaos Warhound is finally complete! I kind of wish I had a mini bottle of champagne to launch it with...
I'm going to try and get some good photos taken when I can (its a bit too big for the normal A3 background and daylight bulb...), but I couldn't not share a few pics now could I???
I'm really happy how she turned out in the end - loads of care went into it and I only hope that if I can get her onto the tabletop she doesn't get blown to pieces in two turns (which tbh, is going to happen...).
So now that I have an empty hole in my life after only working on this for so long, I need to work out what to do next... I have lots of fun toys in the backlog, as well a pile of Dark Vengeance Cultists I ashamedly keep using despite them being unpainted...of course there is always the other Warhound...
The weeman room is out of commission at the moment and work is taking up all my time as I am away from home at the mo and in the middle of moving too, so blog posts will be few and far between until the new one is ready!
That aside, I've managed to do the third and final Canoptek Spyder for my Necrons, they are a Codex Unit of 0-3 Spyders, so now I have three to get across the board and use that monsterous creature status to good effect, one just dies trying...
Like the second one seen here, he is a basic gribbly, no particle beamers. As i am scheduling this post, the Necron Codex will hopefully be out by now and maybe these haven't been nerfed.
Here is a quick post showing my WIP Ultramarine Centurion Sergeant, with Grav Weapon- the first of a squad of 6, all with Heavy Grav with a combo of Missile pods and bolter chest weapons.
I've spent some time perfecting the 'Blue' for my marines- with this being the look I wanted.. (only taken 20 years..)This is a combination of 7 steps:
Choas Black/Abbadon Black undercoat
Macragge Blue spray
Wash of Drakenhof Nightshade
Layered UM Blue (oringial colour)
Dry brush of Codex Grey (x2)
Glaze of Gulliman Blue
With the blue complete I then added details to the weapons, trims and 'the bling' etc.
As you may have noticed I did a head swap, and used spare heads from the Grey Knight kit, so much better than the marine/terminator helmet. I have also added some modelling putty to the 'neck' so that the head is slightly higher. The other minor swap is that I have altered the 'arms', instead of using them as pairs (similar heraldry on the fists to mark a pair) I selected them as to the pose I wanted- and am happy with the results
I also tried to add some 'light effect' coming from the grav weapon, (above) I need to finish this off, making it a little more brighter, and 'effective'
Left to do are the cabling, little details here and there and a banner/ominscope- then on to the other 5...
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