Forge World Eldar Revenant Titan project

Now this is going to be a challenge. One of the guys at my FLGS picked this up a while ago and asked me if I could take care of it for him.

Absolutely, I'll never get one of these on my own and this might be as close as I get unless I'm facing off against it on the battlefield.

Look for more on this monster in the coming weeks. I've got some big plans for this guy and I'm sure I'm gonna learn a few things along the way. I've asked fellow Blogger and FTW member, The Inner Geek to help me with this project too. Having watched him build his Titan helped me tremendously and he'll be adding his two cents in as this project progresses. You can check out his comments at the bottoms of the project posts!

One of the first things I did after getting ahold of the model, was to sit down and just go through the bits to see what I was in for. I've never built one of these before and it was a real treat to just look at all the pieces.

I've found that ForgeWorld usually does a decent job at packaging their models in a logical manner. Often if parts are packed together, they'll be assembled reasonably close together as well. I usually try to keep items pulled from each bag together, especially bags with many small fiddly bits.
- The Inner Geek

Project Link: Follow my Eldar Titan project

Additional FTW Titan related posts:
Build your own Titan with templates
FTW Collaborative Post: Getting into Apocalypse

Ron, From the WarpIf you've got any questions about something in this post, shoot me a comment and I'll be glad to answer. Make sure to share your hobby tips and thoughts in the comments below!


  1. That's part of the fun of doing commissions. Getting to paint stuff that you wouldn't get to do for yourself.

    I'm looking forward to seeing it. :)

  2. Now that's a big one...

    Reminds me of the warhound, the reaver and the squiggoth lying around in my room. None of them are my own of course. ;)

    I'm looking forward to seeing your work too, keep 'em coming!

  3. If you need some help or suggestions , me and Inner geek were going back and forth with each other on suggestions on the Reavers. The Warhounds I've heard are harder than the Reavers in the foot shin area, even thought he Reaver has 97 parts from the waist down.

    With the eldar ones make sure you have the balance issues sorted out.
    It sucks to have to work out some thing at the last minute due to balance or a part not having enough clearance. I'm guessing that there will be alot of Pining to do with how "lanky" it is.


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