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Fully Articulated Scratchbuilt Titans, Lucius Pattern Warhound and Warlord
Member No.: 5,129
Joined: 5-January 09
I'm torn between offering this project as a WIP or as a "How to" article. Lucie is fully completed now and has been for the better part of a year. There are a few things I intend to add such as a full set of alternate weapons and a display base but the model itself is complete. I suppose the best thing is to show Lucie (Short for Lucius Pattern) as she is right now and get suggestions on how to proceed in the building dissertation.
Lucie took about a year and a half to build and no, I had no plans or templates so please don't ask for them I did everything by eye taking what information I could gather from images I found on the internet.
She has a very crude internal structure of foam filled posterboard and the main hull, head, and carapace is sheet styrene over that material. The legs are primarily PVC tubing with 5/8 inch dowels for the knee and ankle joints. They are fully movable and pose-able as are the toes, waist, neck and armament stanchions.
The direction Mark's Gryphon logo faces always bothered me so I reversed mine to face left purely for asthetics mind you lest my political affiliation be misconstrued.
All well and good Blackadder you talk about fully pose-able but you give half a dozen images of all the same pose. Tsk, tsk,
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