The updated design pf the Revenant titans are fantastic, they really captured the poise and grace of Eldar design.
They currently have only a spraypaint and bit of undercoat so need to get back to them really.
The big titan situation is a mixed bag...
Desperate need of a lot of tender loving care. The warlock has been converted to be stomping on a Rhino (previous owner!) but is badly broken and clearly wasn't pinned. There is an additional Phantom in pieces.
The real issue is that all three have lost their holofield vanes which I'm yet to work out a solution to as they're complex and distinctive shapes. I was wondering if the Wraithguard box has similar spares I could acquire maybe?
More to the point, Aech, i love your whites. As someone who slaved over white far too much recently on my Dragon Princes, i'm always envious of a good clean execution.
Very kind of you to say, personally I'm very happy with how its come out. My 40K White Scars (some of whom are 25 years old) is very hit and miss in paint quality (mostly miss tbh). Thus the red/white artic camo style to try to hide it!
I've found it a whole world easier with contrast paints. Plus the White Scar spray does a far better job than Skull white used to. I am using Vallejo White for drybrushing and edge highlighting to brighten it up again. Seems effective!
I love the thunderhawk! White Scars are such a daring scheme - difficult to do convincingly, but wonderful when done well!
The thunderhawk has gained a flying stand and been my desk companion since. I need to do a little finishing up on windows but thank you.
Two weeks and should have a heap of Legions Imperialis to paint!
Yes the only somewhat suitable scenery I have it HO scale shipping containers. I find it amusing this implies Maersk are still operating!