Titans and Knights

So started painting some stuff up, starting with a few Knights in House Liagaun colours. Like the 28mm scale ones I’ve done but less tainted by chaos.

Making and painting up the Warlords took a while made it there in the end.

The detail on these models are great

Added decals but still need to come back to weathering but we’ll get there at some point.

Ordered some custom decals for Legio Ulricon so I develop some narrative around the maniple as it builds up. The concept of a serpent emblem seemed appropriate for a traitor titan legion.

I think that there’s a temptation to over do it so I have tried to keep the models simple.

Along the way over recent weeks I ended up acquiring two of these. I’ll sell one on, but think that it’ll make a great centrepiece building.

It’s a Kibri Z scale kit (#36818) that is no longer in production.

It has plenty of character and I think will be another good building addition for games of Adeptus Titanicus.

The stained glass windows won’t be staying nor will the factory base.

One of the pair also came with some custom Shapeways flying buttresses which was a nice touch.

It needs a few repairs, but nothing major. So after that I felt it was important to get some of the other models as they came out so a few more knights and a pair of Reavers had to be added to the top of quite a long build-and-paint list.

3 Replies to “Titans and Knights”

  1. I really like your titans, 1 question though, where did you get the colour scheme of Ulricon from? I’ve been looking for ages online, and can’t find anything.

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    1. Hi, there’s no official interpretation I’ve seen, just a few references to the Legio in the books. After that it’s my thoughts On what they’d look like. I have painted up another Warlord for the maniple – I’ll take some pics

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      1. Please do, I’d be really interested in seeing them. I’m probably going to end up painting mine a similar scheme as I run NL as my main 30k army, and it makes me happy when it all ties together.

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