Thursday, 29 September 2016

Warlord Titan No.390 - Prometheus, Adeptus Mechanicus

Certificate Number: 390
Titan Name: Prometheus
Pattern: Mars Alpha 
Head Unit: Mars-Alpha and Mars Beta
Primary Armament: Twin Volcano cannons or Twin Sunfury Plasma Cannons
Princeps: Rennek Cah
Titan Legio: Aligned to Adeptus Mechanicus
Battle Maniple Composition: None yet

Owner: Dave R.
Location: Wiltshire, UK.
Comments: Only 1 Volcano Cano and half a Sunfury completed



A glorious engine!  And well weathered.

The engine stands ready to dish out punishment in all forms.

Great decal work and banner.

A well done base that is also well weathered and striking without taking away from the Titan.

The obligatory rear deck shot.

Amazing work all around.

Engine up to date as of 30-6-17

Work in Progress Photos:

Well if the rest to go is the same quality as this so far . . . .we are in for a treat!

Update 01/01/2017

Great progress and well assembled

Absolutely fantastic chipping on the white lines across the legs. Subtle and beautiful.

Fantastic metal work.

 Look at that paint chipping. Just wow.

 The Chipping and damage on the symbols on the knee looks great. 

 Throne. You are a fantastic painter.

it doesn't even stop in the roof of the cockpit!!

Look at that metal work on the head flanks!

Beautiful . . . .

A great update from Dave R.

"I have been fully on it since Xmas, 2 hours most nights and maybe 6 hours over the weekends. Even rusted and weathered the inside of the armour ...muppet ;-)
Completed the "rabbit hutch" , stupidly I decided the copper rivets all needed Verdigrising, so spent  the  last week or so going over every single copper rivet with at least 3 different shades of verdigris and then shading it down if it was too "leery"......mad ..make work for yourself why don't you Reynolds!
Thinking of entering into GD in May... still loads to do... suitable base, battle honours tabards, and the carapace weapons and some freehand stuff around the middle upper armour plates, the 1 on the head cowling is not enough."

The Engine is looking incredible. Totally fantastic.

But wait . . . there's more from this painting mutant!!!

"free hand you say . . . . "

Oh come on!!!!!

NO!! STOP IT!! HOW!?!?!!

The girl has her shoulder pads on now.

"Seems a good few months since my last update. I've been working furiously on the beast since Christmas. I'm now at the stage where I've got the 2 Shoulder Laser Blaster weapons to complete, just managed the base coats on those, should start them this week.
I've just finished doing the freehand work on both Shield's and doing the freehand cogs on the central shoulder plates (god, they were a major pain to get the proportions right), however done now. Hope you like them.
I also decided that the armour trims needed something extra, as I'd done them in a copper colour then a bit of verdigris was the answer, all those rivets ...aaarggghhh. I like making work for myself L.
So I still have the base to do, the tabard and a couple of Skitarii rear door guardians and a bit of tarting up and highlighting"

 Fantastic battle damage and weathering.

 The smoking area looks fantastic. Great subtle weatheing on the paint work too.

 The rust damage is so tastefully done. It is always good to show the age on engines in my opinion.

 I think we need a serious chat regarding your techniques. . . People need to know them (I am one of them)

What an incredible Engine.

Up to date 05/04/2017

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  1. Lovely start mate, nice colour scheme from the looks of it.

  2. Great work so far. Please do more of the same!!

  3. Interesting color choices! I like the blue contrast to the red. Looking forward to seeing more: