Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Warhound Titan No4227 - Ignateus Destructum, Legio Crucius

Certificate Number: 04227.
Titan Name: Ignateus Destructum
Pattern: Mars Pattern 
Head Unit: Mars
Primary Armament: 2x Double-Barrelled Turbo Laser Destructor or Double-Barrelled Turbo Laser Destructor & Plasma Blastgun
Princeps: Dozak Bistrum
Titan Legio:  Legio Crucius 
Demi Legio: Reductum
Battle Maniple Composition: Reaver 1845

Owner: Peter C.
Location: Wiltshire, UK
Comments: My first Titan and quiet pleased with the battle worn look {You should be! T.O.C}. All white to represent it’s scout nature in a frozen campaign zone, the usual Black carapace and weapon shields repainted.

Photos Completed:

Stunning looking Engine,

 Great Chevron colours

 Come get some!

Beautifully painted internals. Love the Chevrons on the steps. A great little touch. 

 Plasma highlighting is very effective.

A tasteful amount of grime / weathering around the cannon barrels.

A mean puppy

The metal work looks very well presented too.


A great job all in all! thanks for sharing!


  1. Suitably gritty and grimy to reflect being in the field. The white looks very smooth and cleanly painted. The Warhound overall looks great. Wonderful job.

  2. Lovely job, nice scheme, great weathering and choice of armaments too

  3. Absolutely stunning, your weathering techniques are just jaw dropping.

  4. Thank you very much! I am pleased with the way he turned out. I saw a nifty technique for the well-worn metal that is a black base, dry brush warplock bronze, drybrush brass scorpion (sparingly) and lastly drybrush leadbelcher and it works rather well. No washes needed and the brass layers give it a nice tint (well I think so anyway!)

  5. Looking good! I like the reversed Legio colors and as others have said the weathering is superb! I also think the plasma gun turned out beautifully!