Lack0FBetterName & Eater of Small Things Build a Reaver Titan
So following the success of the Warhound Titan I made, and high demand and successful reproductions of the Warhound made all over the world from my templates we have decided to build a bigger titan.
After multiple Baneblade type scratch builds and the Warhound I was all but burnt out on super heavies for the time being until a scratch building daemon at the game shop suggested that we endeavor to build a larger scale of titan. I decided that I was in, as a scratch build of this size is a lot less daunting when you have other people to kick ideas off of, as well as share the load of construction/painting and cost. We have also enlisted the aid of a guy at the game shop named hyde who said he would be the official “head of rivet-cutting division”. (We have a servitor)
Construction on this project is slated to begin at end of September. So the next few weeks this thread will be mainly for bouncing idea out into the warseer world, as well as posting pictures of the plans, 3d images, & prototypes we come up with. At the end of this project we will have a set of templates very similar to the ones for the warhound.
The plans & 3D’s will be very similar to what was done of the first few pages of my project log (see link below).
The Eaters Log = http://warseer.com/forums/science-fi...-the-dumb.html (Includes scratchbuilt warhound, malcador, Aquilla lander)
Lack0fBettername’s Log = http://warseer.com/forums/science-fi...er-things.html (Includes scratchbuilt warhound, 2x baneblades, ShadowSword)
We are also going to try to stay pretty close to the epic/armourcast reaver. None of us have nether of these models so we are working off pictures. Our scaling off of pictures seams to be pretty accurate and our size seams to be in line with what I expect it should be. If anyone out there with the armourcast titan could give us some dimensions to check against that would be a big help. I have read online that the reaver varies from 18-21” tall depending on how it is built, is this true?