Friday, July 26, 2019

WIP: Adeptus Titanicus Legio Tempestus Warhound Titans - Part 9

I was able to make some progress on the the AT Warhounds for Legio Tempestus this week. 

Facta Belli got its hoses and some bolter details painted with GW tinbits.  The color scheme is really coming together on these Warhounds.  I love the mix of black/white/checker heraldry.

The eye lenses are base coated using GW Wild Rider Red.

Dente Ferrum had the same treatment with tinbits added to the turbo laser destructor arm matching Turbo Canis. The black and white panels were cleaned up as well in preparation for shading.

Last up was Lux Curet who got tinbits on its plasma blastgun as well, also matching Turbo Canis who set the precedent for how these arm weapons would be painted.

Lux Curet also had some minor touch up to the white panels, including the shield on the carapace.  These shields remain blank for now in hopes that the Legio Tempestus decal sheet previewed on Warhammer Community during Warhammer  Fest UK 2019 will be released soon.

So, all four warhounds are now painted to the same level with regard to their base coats.  Next up, I will correct any issues on the camouflaged plates.  I'll have to move carefully there to be sure I can correct the camo without spoiling the sharp edges of the pattern. Then I can shade everything and move on to highlights.

Thanks for sticking with me this far on this project.  After painting two Reavers and a Warlord it seemed that batch painting four warhounds would be no issue.  Well, it might have been better to paint these two at a time, as it turns out. This is something I'll consider as I look towards painting all the knights for House Taranis at some point.

Cheers and Happy Painting!


  1. Great looking Warhounds, it will be a great Maniple!

    1. Indeed, thank you! Maniple pics will be coming up once I get these dogs tamed.

  2. Its going to be a beast! Damn, I wish Adeptus Titanicus was cheaper in NZ.

    1. I hear that! We are not all treated equally as Gamers across the world, no doubt. I try not to complain too much about the Forge World ~%30 hike here in the US, for instance, knowing that folks in other places are already pay WAY more than us across the board.