Monday, June 21, 2010

Leviathan Crusader Head

I never got a chance to post pics of the Crusader head, so here you go...
Here are a couple of shots of the Vulkan Cannon with ammo belt and accessories.

And here is a shot of the torso. The hydraulics are not in place but it should give a good feel of scale.

Here is a shot of the arm components. Note the key design so you can remove the arms and change out the weapons.


  1. Very nice!
    The more I see the more I want one!

  2. AGREED Sargerius! AGREED!

    Wow. Amazing work. Forget ForgeWorld...

  3. Lovely to see this progressing.
    Can't wait to get my mitts on one.

  4. PLEASE print 6mm scale versions too! I could think of a game for which they would make excellent proxy miniatures ;-)

  5. I want to use it as a titan for big games of 40K as a Grey Knight Titan or for my games of Infinity as a great piece of table candy terrain or objective.

    It's easy to see how much planning and effort went into creating the Leviathan. Here is hoping I can afford one :)

    Thanks for sharing your great project & Happy Gaming,


  6. Holy crap Mark! That is really looking fantastic! Huge too! I really like the Crusader head as well since it doesn't immediately scream 40K.
    I'm both curious and terrified to find out what the final retail will be on that bad boy.

  7. Ha... I already asked him about 6mm, think he shut it down :(
    But yes, it would be wonderful. I'd love to use his setting for my 6mm Sci-Fi games. Until he does however, the GZG-verse shall stay firmly within my mind :)

  8. I'm not apposed to 6mm but I am not convinced I would ever make the initial investment back from the prints and the molds. For 6mm to work, I would need to be hooked into a distributor and selling volume through retailers. I'm no where near that business model right now.

  9. awesome work im hoping this comes out soon, the detail is fantastic, its good how the arms are created to be interchangeable with other weapons.

  10. I can't wait to add this to my collection and I'm looking forward to your other future releases as well. In addition to these Titan-sized models, I hope to see you working in smaller models (like dreadnought-size and terminator-size) as well.