LOL. Silly fools.
Very nice paint job.
Though in latin "vires" means "strengths" not "might"
"might", in latin, is "vis"
Last edited by ikim; 12-07-2009 at 13:44.
vis = strength
roboris = of the strength
robori = at the strength
vim = strength (as object of an action)
vis = oh (my dear) strength
vi = for/to the strength
vires = strengths
virium = of the strengths
viribus = at the strengths
vires = strengths (as objects of an action)
vires = oh (my dear) strengths
viribus = for/to the strengths
In Italy, latin (and ancient greek) is one of the languages they make us study at school, so I am pretty certain of what I am talking about.
sorry for the hijack
I didn't mean to offend anybody.
I already said how much I like the titans and the whole army.
I just wanted to point out a mistake.
Last edited by ikim; 13-07-2009 at 20:53.
Hi all, Here are some pics of my Ultramarines. The force is not finished yet by a long shot. This is the strike force to go with my UDF.
Could you take a group shot with the titans too? That would be sooooo awesome . Otherwise really great project and you paint well too, subscribed.
"Nothing too fancy"
Very cool and great paint jobs. That army cries out for an Apoc game against a big Nid force on a snow covered polar board.
It is better to have a gun and not need it rather than need a gun and not have it.
I don't understand why its such an issue for you.
All you have done is dulled the tone of the thread, your input is just unhelpful, which isn't really in the spirit of the forums is it? The Titans look awesome, surely that should be enough?
Krieg with titans!:http://warseer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=183547
FOW German Army. http://www.warseer.com/forums/showth...90#post6329490
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I dint mean To offend anybody
i edited the post.
Thanks again for all the kind words
Ontopic: awesome models mate, I absolutely love the two reaver titans, and with the current exchange rate, at 450 euro's per model, I might even buy my own eventually! However I must say they look a little flat; have you ever considered giving them a (pin) wash with thinned down oil paint? See Bungaroo's Krieg log for a tuturial: http://www.warseer.com/forums/showth...126013&page=13 It worked wonders for my vehicles and gives so much better results then using a GW wash imho
Overal I love your army, can't wait to see it all based and lined up with the titans for some awesome photo's!