Here he is, covered in rivets and basecoated. I still need to suss out a base for him, plus there's some detailing that remains to be done, but he's basically finished. I think it gets across the whole "pygmy Reaver" look of the epic model from the last post nicely. I was thiiiiiiis close to giving him spindly Punisher cannon arms, but opted for the CCW and battle cannon instead. Given the piece I used for the Apocalypse Launcher (which looks like an enormous Thunderfire gun) a pair of gatlings would've been redundant, design-wise. He'll have to settle for strafing infantry with the heavy bolters on his low-slung head (maybe I should've made them flamers?) and that autocannon on his right arm instead. Here he is next to my still-baseless Warhound:
Color-wise, Red and brass always looks too Khornate to me me, so I may opt for a different tack with this model. Still, I want him to tie in with the rest of my AdMech forces.
Oh yeah, the contest winner.
Drum roll, please.
Ghengis Vaughn, for Warden of Sovereignty.
Ghengis, email me your mailing info so's I can mail you the sprue, and thanks to everybody for playing, not to mention being a reader of this blog. Hopefully after this Titan's done, I can sum up the courage (and plasticard) to cleave into that ancient AT-AT in my garage and make a full-sized Reaver out of him.
Also, I'm clearing out more stuff on eBay. Most of it sci-fi/anime-oriented, though I daresay there's something for everybody. So take a look and fund my miniatures addiction. International shipping is available.
Next time, we show off some Dark Eldar conversions....