Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Hasslefree Streetfighters

Just what it says in the title, two street fighters from Hasslefree.

Monday, 16 September 2013

Ratskin Scout (Imperial Guard Conscripts part 1)

I have decided to build up a conscript squad for the Albion 13th, however rather than using 20 plastic cadians, I'm going to use Necromunda miniatures (and any other miniatures equipped with las/autoguns). To start off with I painted up this Ratskin over the weekend.

Sunday, 15 September 2013

Wolf with slavegirls

 I figured my barbarian warband/horde required a suitable leader, and Hasslefree's Wolf with "fans" seemed to fit the bill quite nicely, as the majority of my savages are from Hasslefree.
 I wasn't to sure of the lighter pale skin tone on the second slave girl, but after giving her red hair I really think it works quite well.
Its good to be the chief.

Sunday, 8 September 2013

Ogyrns part 2

Sat myself down yesterday and made sure I finished the squad of Ogyrns. As I said in a previous post, I would be using miniatures from various ranges. The more modern Ogyrn towers abover the old 1st edition and 3rd edition Ogyrns and is on par with that Hasslefree O-Gyrmm thats hefting the huge assault cannon.
Personally I prefer the chap with the goggles the best as he seems to have more personality.

Friday, 6 September 2013

Escher Heavy.

Escher Heavy with a plasma gun...Well I reckon its a plasma gun and not a cannon as its the same shape and size as regular 40K plasma guns....

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Ogryn Part 1

First member of my five member unit of Ogryn's that includes models from all three Ogyrn ranges.

Sunday, 1 September 2013

Enterprise D

 Eaglemoss Collections have released yet another collectible statue magazine, Star Trek the Official Starships Collection.I only saw one copy in WH Smiths when I went looking yesterday, plenty of copies of Eaglemoss's other collections (Dr.Who and Build your own trains). Anyhow, the first issues sets you back a measly £1.99, this is to entice you into the collection and subscribe, each other issue is £9.99.
 The first issue comes with extremely well detailed part die cast part plastic model of the USS Enterprise D, with display stand. The model is really really nice, plastic see through nacelles, and nicely applied markings.
The upcoming models all look rather nice, but are not in scale with each other, so uses for Star Trek themed war-gaming are limited, though the Enterprise D does look nice next to my Futura USS Enterpirse.