Jul 28, 2009

Revenant Paint (3)

Getting there. Slowly getting there. I've done most of the work around the Titan now, with a few areas to clean up, such as the engines and the Holofield wing. After I get those sections finished I'll be adding runes on the Revenant just like my other vehicles.







KBelleau also suggested that the head should be purple. So I did a quick mock up in photoshop to see what it would look like.

4 Comments:

KBelleau July 28, 2009 at 1:26 PM  

I take it back about the helmet being purple... but I'm still out on it being green aswell. maybe white? but that doesn't really fit with the army theme does it?

Leave it green I guess... :)
I thought I was helping but I'll shut up now...

RonSaikowski July 28, 2009 at 2:24 PM  

I just realised, this is the same model I'm building right now for a client.
Nice work on the pose and the movement.

Hal'jin July 28, 2009 at 4:41 PM  

I really like your color schemes all around the army. And I think the purple doesn't look too bad, actually a standing out helmet would be slightly better.
Dang, I want an impressive model like that too, too bad I can't afford an imperial titan..

Akenseth July 29, 2009 at 10:18 AM  

I think blue might be the answer for a standing out helmet...

@KBelleau : I don't think white would look very good. I actually tried white as a possible color way back when I first got started this army, I didn't like it at all, which is why I ended up going with blue....although those lightning bolts are somewhat white...

@ Ron : Thanks! Check out the banners I'm doing too to give more of an impression of motion. What are you doing different on the Sonic Lance Titan compared to the Pulsar one you finished?

@ Hal'jin : Thanks. I tried to use colors that were easy to paint so I could get it together with minimal fuss. I actually picked this one up on eBay and even with shipping and duty it was far cheaper than buying from Forgeworld.

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