You continue to impress BA, this will be the "Holy Grail" of titans once she is finished. Your doing a fantastic job mate, keep it up!
This is a fantastic shot. The angle gives an impression of how awe inspiring it might be like to be a guardsman looking up at this war god, even from a distance.
Still have miles and miles to go before it's completed, but you're on the right path. It looks great so far!I've come to the realization that although the legs are movable I only show one pose so here's some with the left foot forward.
Note if you will that the carapace skirt is too long and I'll be shortening it 15 MM also that the cabinets in my work area are too low to be taking pictures under from now on.
The scale height has gone from 120 feet/36.576 meters scale height to 159 feet/48.4632 meters. I'm still an inch and a half shorter than the DS Titan and I plan to shorten the engineering section half an inch which should round out the height to about 160 feet when finished and all the detail is added.
I happened to be crossing a bridge the other day over a sea level freighter port, Port Newark if you must know and I had my GPS set to give me the elevation above mean sea level. As I crested the bridge the readout was 130 feet and I thought to myself, "If I were in a Warlord cockpit this is how high I would be." I was looking down at everything even the cargo container gantries; believe me, that's high! A lot higher than 130 feet looks when you pace it out on the ground. I like to make references like that; Some times when flying the captain will say, We're cruising at 35,000 feet " and I think, that's the depth on the Mindanao trench." or 29,000 feet, "That's the height of Mount Everest." It kind of brings home the scale of what you're looking at when flying.
I've got the T'hawk to finish and a lot of scrap plastic from these builds so probably an Ork titan would be in order.It's been a hell of a ride blackadder, what will you build when this is finished! A emporer maybe? =-) Heresy can't do without a blackadder build!