It is the last week of the Ramshackle Kickstarter for their Battle Dog and Püg. I like this small tank and have opted for a squadron!
The shot above is an earlier version, the final models will have a lowered turret ring and an extended hull to the rear of the tracks.
The picture on the right shows some of the evolution taking place during the Kickstarter following backers feedback. The sponsons can be replaced with full length armoured plates if required, but I prefer the sponsons, who wants armour when you can have more guns!
These models will be used in one of my No Limits forces and may even get profiled for a role in my AT-43 UNA army.
Modified some more GW weapons for use with my Antenocitis Nova-Rus “Bear” 4×4 Jeep. These have been fitted with magnets to attach to the jeep weapon mount…as well as other vehicles.
A plasma cannon for anti vehicle use and an assault cannon for heavy infantry pacification.
If it would just stop raining, I could undercoat a bunch of models including Olley’s Steampunk Scrunts like this little chap.
This is an example of an old Armorcast resin steampunk model by the name of Frank’n’Steam or something like that. This is another candidate for the Meridian steampunk army.
I did blank out the face peering out from the body as I was never that keen on it. I also cut off the original base and mounted it on a standard 40mm base.
This is a very heavy resin World War I style tank that will be used for my Steampunk Meridian infantry. So far, just the tracks and some of the weapons have been painted.
The turret has been fitted with a magnet so that it can take several different weapon options.
The Allied Bunker with twin Phasers is completed. Still not sure if the actual bunker needs more work, but it will do for the moment.
It looks pretty good with the roof on.
Most of the Allied Armour just about fits into a single aluminium case. All four of the MCW M walkers with the various turrets along with two of the larger monsters.
The end is nigh, the last of the Dust Allied models is underway. The bunker with some very heavy Phasers is on the painting table, although this is actually a shelf…
The bunker has been undercoated grey ready for a simple camouflage paint scheme. The crew should be pretty quick to finish as well. The bunker will double up nicely for general WWII games such as Bolt Action or other games such as AT-43 or Secrets of the Third Reich.