Painting (372) GW (332) Games Workshop (331) Warhammer 40000 (240) Modelling (103) Astra Militarum (65) Imperial Guard (65) Epic (59) Chaos Marines (51) Warhammer 30000 (51) Space Marines (46) Tau (46) Airbrushing (44) Epic Chaos (44) Warhammer (43) Titan (39) Saga (31) Middle Earth SBG (30) Nurgle (29) Gripping Beast (27) IGTanks (25) Anglo-Saxons (24) Blood Bowl (22) Stormcrow Chapter (20) TauTanks (18) Orks (17) Wargames Table (17) Imperial Knights (16) Scenery (16) Black Scorpion (15) Epic Ultramarines (15) Frostgrave (15) Pirates (15) Age of Sigmar (13) 3D Printing (12) Warlord Titan (12) Kings Of War (10) Moria (10) Undead (10) Vampire Counts (10) Angmar (9) Death Guard (9) Forgeworld (9) Mordor (9) Quick Tips (9) Stormcast Eternals (9) AAR (8) Barad Dur (8) Battle Report (8) Goblins (8) Unboxing (8) Wood Elves (8) Isengard (7) Nippon (7) Orcs (7) Siege (7) Wargames Factory (7) Building modular tiles (6) Dreadtober 2016 (6) Sentinels (6) Skaven (6) Vikings (6) Workshop (6) Beastmen (5) Dreadtober 2017 (5) Dropzone Commander (5) Garroting'em Forest (5) Hawk Wargames (5) Humans (5) UCM (5) Warriors of Chaos (5) Imperial Agents (4) Mantic (4) Ogres (4) Sci-Fi Ruins (4) Solar Auxilia (4) Adepta Sororitas (3) Adeptus Ministorum (3) Dwarfs (3) Necromunda (3) Sisters of Battle (3) The Fellowship of The Ring (3) Dead of Dunharrow (2) Kharadron Overlords (2) Nazgul (2) Osgiliath (2) Photography (2) Renedra (2) Trolls (2) Uruk-Hai (2) Amera Plastic Mouldings (1) Armies (1) Bolt Action (1) Cities of Death (1) Days out (1) Germans (1) Giant (1) Marauder (1) Necrons (1) Perry Miniatures (1) Reaper Miniatures (1) Warlord Games (1) em4 Miniatures (1)

Tuesday 26 May 2020

Warlord Titan (Part 3 - The first leg!)

I have been busy with the glue and the paint and assembled the first let (up to as far as the knee) of my 3D Printed Warlord Titan.

I must say as a relative newbie to 3D Printing I am very impressed with what can be achieved with a very low-cost machine.

The detail in the model is impressive and the printer is doing a great job!

The printed parts are rock-solid. I don't doubt that there will be times when a re-inforcing pin or two may be required, but on the whole - as I said - I am very impressed.

I've decided on a two-tone colour scheme (yellow/blue). As yet there is no weathering - I'll get on to that later - and there is also a heap more armour to apply:
Necromunda model added for scale

Tuesday 5 May 2020

Warlord Titan (Part 2 - Been busy printing...)

Hi all

Whilst this may be my first post for a few months I have not been idle (and neither has my 3D Printer!)

I have printed, assembled and painted loads more of my Titan project (and I'm still not finished) but I have been remiss in not posting about it. My blog has been horribly ignored for a while and I need to do something about that.

So, here is the first in a series of catch-up posts on the Titan.

So you can see from the photo above that I have printed all the parts required to build the Titan up as far as the knees. The feet have been assembled, spray-undercoated and given a first drybrush. The other bits (in black) just spray-undercoated and the white parts were fresh off the printer when the photo was taken.

I took the photo on my cutting mat to give an idea of scale (the squares are 1cm).

More updates WILL follow!