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I started this in another place and thought I would bring it here for all to enjoy. I got some plastic signing and wanted to something with it. I spend a few days pondering about it and with some encouragement I decided to build a new Warhound Titan, the first one I made from cardboard and it was my first scratch build. I am still very proud of it, but there was so much more I could have done with it. Well now is my chance and this is what I've gotten done so far...




I primed the mostly complete parts so I could see the imperfections and gaps that need filling better.
I plan to keep a sort of photo journal of my progression from each night that I work on it. I believe that I should have it done within a week or two, as long as normal life doesn't butt in too much
I hope you enjoy and all criticism is welcome.

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If you wanna get ahead get a hat...........


Sorry, seriously thats looking very good so far, do you intend to do interior cockpit detail?

Another question,
im on the cusp of doing a Titan myself and have been looking at a few peoples projects. Now the normal way seems to be working from the feet up, this being your second Warhound i was wondering why you were working from the head down?

Is it a change from your first one or just the way you do it?


Looking forward to seeing more of your building log.
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This one I am defintly going to be watching. Really liking the look of it so far.
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The first titan I did I started on the head and body because I wanted to see how cool it was going to look. The feet are very tedious to build and if I had the body done then I would have more reason to get up and walking.

I plan to do an interior for the whole thing, I really want one from FW but there isn't a very good chance of that happening. So I want to build a really nice one that I can be proud to show off to anyone. I'm just not sure sure if I will put in a crew right away or wait and try to sculpt my own.
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Todays update...
A few shots of the main body and interior so far.



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You bothered with the interior on a scrath build? Meh I didnt but all the same looks real good and is coming on well. Keep it up. My railguns will kill the b******!
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looks great ive had the honour of seeing a forge world one and i gotta say yours is on the money!
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Thank you all for the kind words.
I chose to redo part of the interior so I didn't get as much done tonight as I had hoped I would, but I think that it looks a lot better now.

Firenze, I'm doing the interior because I really want this to be good and it will put my skills to the test. I want to enjoy building it as much as having others drool over it.

Here is some more eye candy...










Hopefully I'll get some more done tomorrow.
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Some fresh updates, hope you like...






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WOW!!!

this truly is look awsome.

its funny though how your starting with the head and working down, but i surpose it lets you gets things in scale more.

If was going to scratch build one though, i would try to make a three at the same time. then make a load of diferant arm weapons that you can swap over.
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