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    Warhammer 40k Titan Flying Cathedral v0.201.129

    A 1m mass titan in Imperial style.

    1. Shiniyami
      Game version:
      v0.200.334
      This is a titan I built over the course of severall months that I nicknamed the flying cathedral. The interior isn't entirely done (especially the core room) but I just felt I had to post this beauty. If you have any feedback I would love to get it.

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      And of course an imperial ship needs a shrine (or cathedral) to the emperor of mankind.
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      klawxx, Top 4ce, Briaireous and 5 others like this.

    Recent Updates

    1. wh40k flying cathedral version 2.0

    Recent Reviews

    1. MChain
      MChain
      4/5,
      Version: 2018-03-01
      4 stars for a really huge amount of work put into her and for some really well-designed areas. Although the hull looks somewhat unfinished, the ram is too primitive, and that statue made me roll on the floor laughing.

      No offense, the amount of work put into that statue is great and it ended up good. But some wrong colour choices and misproportions make the final look rather... Original.
      Anyways this statue is far better than anything I can come up with
    2. Star-Boy
      Star-Boy
      4/5,
      Version: 2018-03-01
      This is the problem with god-emperors. Nobody will dare to tell you that your ship design ideas are ridiculous. Overall this is a good build with some impressive work in places. The only thing keeping you from getting 5 stars from me is that the detail work is great in some areas but non existent in others. Any large, flat, single colour area on this ship would benefit greatly from some slight variations so it matches the level of detail on the rest of the ship. The front end of the ship is probably the best example of what I'm talking about.