|Warlord Titan Mors Destinarat of the Legio Mortis supported by a |
banner of Knights from House Malinax.
|The Warlord is a stunning kit, equally on par with the 40K Knight kit in terms of|
complexity and articulation.
|Its almost TOO much detail. The kit takes quite a while to build and I wonder afterwards if it wasn't|
just a clever ploy to get me used to the idea of assembling a 28mm scale Warlord from Forge World.
|The whole thing is very well engineered, however; and I was able to pose it how I wanted|
with zero conversion work.
|The level of detail is NUTS. They even got the railing on the platform for entering the Titan.|
|A banner of Knights supports each Warlord in this set. These guys are absolute BONKERS. 21 pieces each. For a model smaller than a Primaris Marine. While I appreciate the dedication, I think these cats were a little too complex for wargaming figures.|
|I decided to keep the scheme on the buildings relatively simple. I want terrain to act as a backdrop for the models and|
not compete visually when laid out.
|My current 4'x4' board. I plan on trying to pick up some N scale bridges and maybe a refinery set to add to the city.|
|A closer look at some more of the buildings.|
|A veritable nest for the Knights to hide in.|
|STEP 2. Everything was undercoated using Rustoleum Aged Bronze.|
Once dry, this was all drybrushed with GW Runefang Steel.