My initial reaction is "Why does this look like a cross between a Mad Cat and a Catapult?", so I'm certainly intrigued...
Wow, that's an awesome scratch build. The attention to detail is amazing, all the rivets and nubbinz. I do also like that the proportions are similar to Forge Worlds...but still the model is unique enough to tell that it's not a factory kit. Are those small GW bases you using in the leg joint areas?
I dunno how you could improve on something so full of awesome already. Maybe shoot fire and melt the opponent's minis into puddles of plastic and paint? ;)
Looks astounding. The only thing that's off are the toes. Can't put my finger on it, but they're not quite right. So, could one assume that the MKIII will be the titan in next months prize draw?
@LuckyNo.5 - Good eye my friend, they indeed are.@Son of Dorn - Actually no, the Warhound up for the May 1st drawing is an actual FW Heresy Era Warhound. Never been built, only cleaned as it was being prepped to be built. The awesome guy donating it is a long time follower and is leaving the hobby. He would prefer if someone gets it that normally would never have the chance as they are so pricey.
Aw dang. Thought I clever. :)
I love the toes, your new hull is different, and I like it. much closer to something like a rhino or land raider in it's lines. as for mark 3 mabe an exaust system in the back. You could also use triangles in the face grill more like teeth(still not sure of that myself). I like the toes as they don't seem too big, but ask ten engineers and get 11 results. Your vulcan mega bolter is ten ggeneration from the original, but I liked the earlier plasma weapon that used sadring sticks for the plasma coils. I see this plasma gun is closer to the original plasma conversion beamer look. thats about all I can say.
there are a few other ideas I had looking at other scratch build models. They are not better than yours, but have different ideas and approaches. If I had access to real internet here in this country I would post some links.