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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-21-09, 06:48 PM Thread Starter
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Default Warhound Titan Wreck Mini Diorama

Hey all,

I started this for the custom base contest. It was going to be the base for a SM Sniper Scout. I got the exterior pretty much done, but did not get the interior made.

I finally finished my interior and pilot skeletons on the mini diorama I have been working on. The pilots all have skulls underneath their helmets. the one that has fallen over also has a ribcage and pelvis which can be seen through the holes in his costume.

Everything is paper (except for a little lichen on the titan). The interior and plants are colored marker and the ground was textured with a mix of gesso and texturing sand. The exterior was coated with a couple of light coats of auto body sand-able primer and painted with a mix of white glue, texture sand and rust paint; then dry brushed.


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So they bailed out of trouble and jettisoned the titan head but came to a sticky end anyway, nice narrative! I like the idea of the skeletal pilots (reminded me of a scene in a film... Romancing the stone?), wrecks abandoned and forgotten in a never ending war - cool.
I imagine it's all quite sturdy once painted up - you are the master of paper. Imagine what you could do with plasticard.. Or maybe you have already?
Nice work here dude - I can see the hours that went into it and know I wouldn't be able to do stuff like this - well done!

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