Thanks. I'm doing a bit of a rush job on them, so the detailing on them is not as precis as the first one. But that first one was over detailed. When they are printed out on paper at a much small size you wont see any real difference. I still need to do the nuke launcher and then I can add the different legs. Each mini will get a reverse image of it with a different set of legs. So that's 10 troops with one commander.
I like them a lot but, Tommygun, at least the last one needs a different legs position. The perceived baricenter of the figure + weapon is really too far from the right feet to believe it can stand still.
I do have three alternate legs styles I have just finished. I needed to get the upper bodies done. The far left legs are the originals and the two middle ones I'll use for the missile launchers. They're not perfect, but I think they will get the job done.
They're done, but I have room for one more, so I'm going to add one more "Character" to the group. I'll try and do the small version of Mek Quake. Not the big Killdozer, but the more humanoid version. I hope to have the full size group in a pdf soon. The images below are reduced sized png files.
Last Edit: Aug 2, 2011 15:16:05 GMT -9 by Tommygun
Incredible well-done paintjob here, Tommygun. I dig the "WIP"-pics, where you can see, how you are sculpting your Robots with pure paint. No tricks here. Those interior cable complexes ! And always your preference for "used" equipment. You love metal scars, bullet holes and oil smear, right ? ;D
Thanks everyone, I think of my style as well loved treasures. I'm tempted to do the larger size Mek Quake, that is a 3D Killdozer, but I have way too many projects going on to start one. I imagine their weapons as really over the top, so I'm not sure what rules would work for them on a 28mm battle board. A 5 meter nuke template or a pizza plate for the energy gun? I guess I should of had a Mega Flamer too. Well have fun with them and post pictures if you have the time.
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