by Bill Perry
Materials: Cardstock, cardboard, markers, paint, gesso, Aileen's clear glue,
sand finish paint additive, railroad grass.
This depicts the cockpit wreckage of an Imperial Warhound Titan cockpit and
crew left behind after a city fight.
This model is completely out of paper and cardboard, with the exception of
the railroad grass and the Aileen's clear glue for the puddle.
The leaves on the tree are markered paper, the tree itself is from a toilet
paper tube, peeled apart to make various branches and then covered with a
gesso/sand mix and painted. The moss covered stone and road were completed
using the same technique. The wreck itself was from a simple online file and
heavily modified to match the Forgeworld resin kit. The interior is
completely scratch built as are the unfortunate occupants. To get the
blistered rust effect, I mixed up some glue and sand and applied it to the
edges of the model and then drybrushed over it.
Image: Right side (road side)
Image: Right/rear view
Image: From above, with top off
Image: More left
Image: Unfortunate crew
Image: Left side (tree side)
Image: Banana tree?