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Agile Revenant Titan


Unbelievably fantastic work all around. Very completist and the Fortification pieces are awesome. A hovering, light up Skyshield is genius. Thank you for sharing as it is clear the immense amount of work necessary to get this much completed.

No earth shattering, thought provoking quote. I'm just someone who was introduced to 40K in the late 80's and it's become a lifelong hobby. 
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Whiteshield Conscript Trooper

These look awesome! I just discovered this while looking up Bork'an paint schemes. I know it's been around five years, but do you remember what paint you used for the main desert color over the armor?

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