WIP: Reaver Titan

Continuing work on the Titan. Today’s leg day 🙂

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  1. Wow that’s awesome! I have already decided that I will never buy anything that large until I can afford to get a good airbrush lol. No way in the deepest depths of the warp am I painting all of something huge by hand with a brush lol

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    1. I totally agree that using an airbrush on big models like this is the smartest move, but you really don’t need an expensive one 😉
      I’m assembling this for a friend without an airbrush though, and he want to paint it by hand. I did manage to convince him to let be put down the base colors by airbrush though 😛

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      1. Feel like I should make a “tips and tricks” page, since I get asked some of the same questions a lot 🙂
        Got some good suggestions for what to look to in a compressor, and I don’t follow any of them haha
        My compressor is small and silent(ish) which was important at the time of purchase. Got a better and bigger one, but I’m just too used to how the small one works and like it better.

        Have two airbrushes, which are among the most recommended by airbrush artists.
        My work horse, and favorite by far, is the

        Iwata Eclipse HP-CS (made in Japan)

        It’s not the cheapest out there, but I highly recommend it!

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    1. Yeah, it’s a huge and heavy model! The hardest work is dealing with the warped pieces, and green stuff repairs.
      I will not be painting this though. Assembling it for a friend, who wants to paint it himself.

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