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My client has decided to let me use this army in the upcoming BoS tourney. I am on the fence right now about what it is I want to do. I originally was going to use this as a "counts-as," army, but now I am thinking I will just build one from scratch. Anyway, when I ran it by my client, we made a deal. If he let me use it, I would do some freehand one the tanks for free since it would take me longer to get the army to him. This weathering is part of that freehand. Not all, but part. I am thinking about using a graphic from a Khorne Land Raider. It was one of the tanks that I lost to in the Bolter and Chainsword painting competition. I will have to look around and find.


Does anyone know what these small plastic titans are from? I know they are old, maybe from an old specialty game. Warmaster, Epic? Inquiring minds wanna know!!!!


PS I would like to apologize to the readers as I know the material I have been putting up lately has been what I would call sub par. I am damn tired with all that I amtrying to get done. Thank GOD, I dont have to do anything for the BoS tourney this year. I would simply crack. These blogs are a second job!

15 comments:

Magilla Gurilla said...

No worries Matt!
First off, we all understand that you have a new little one at home. Those of us that are parents completely understand.
Secondly, you skill as a painter provides enough eye candy per post, to more than make up for content. :-)

Magilla Gurilla said...

Oh and the model looks like something from the Mage Knights or Clix line of games.

Papa JJ said...

I think those are the original Titan models from Adeptus Titanicus, a precursor of Space Marine/Epic. There were around a dozen of them packaged in the game and came with several arm sprues.

Rasmus Olesen said...

aye original epic titan models afaik.

Black Matt said...

Are they worth anything to anyone. You cqn have them for shipping costs?

eriochrome said...

Warlord Titans. Do you have any arms to go with them?

I would be interested in them at shipping cost without arms.

eriochrome at hotmail

lil will said...

Matt i left one of those at the salvation army last week, they are warlord titans. where did you get it from?

Fritz said...

adeptus titanicus models

Siph_Horridus said...

They are indeed Warlord Titans without arms or weapons from Adeptus Titanicus and are worth a bit these days on ebay. Keep 'em and sell 'em.

Black Matt said...

@lil will
A little birdie gave them to me. They showed up in a bits bag. You can have them back if you bring what doesn't belong to you back.

Barjack said...

They look like they maybe from the horus heresy board games i know they have smaller then epic version of titans in the game.

lil will said...

ill bring them today

Fritz said...

Matt, the army looked fantastic in person, the berzerkers really look like jacked out crazed marines, and the blue hoses really "pop". Can't wait to see the finished army!

grumhelden said...

Not Heroclix, Not Horus Heresy, Definately Adeptus Titanicus minuatures. Adeptus Titanicus was followed by Space Marine, and together these formed the "1st" edition of what would later be known as Epic. It was published around 1988, and came with several styrofoam buildings as well as 6 Warlord Titans. A later edition was published around 1994(Titan Legions) that came with some smaller Titans (Knights/Reavers etc) and expanded up to include the Emperor Titan, a walking Cathedral, and the Mega Gargant. It should be noted that all these took place during the Heresy era, as opposed to the later Armageddon era Epic.

Black Matt said...

Go on! Badass! You really know your stuff, I will have to take your word for it!, as that's way beyond my level.