I have a few of these Karman models, so it only seems right to use one in a Rogue Stars crew.
All I have done is change the weapon and add an extra melee weapon.
After an ink wash, these are ready for action.
I have had to write a new rule into Steam Wars for these contraptions, an infantry Skimmer rule to allow them to cross obstacles without penalty. Which also leads me to believe that I need an Agile rule for infantry with legs!
Privateer Press obviously do a huge range of models, many of which are suitable to use in a more steampunk setting. These gun drones are yet more additions to my robotic Steam Wars army.
These are made by Tor Gaming for the Relics game, but I have hijacked them to use in my Robotic Steam Wars army. Six in a pack was perfect and they don’t take much to paint up.
The R2-D2 model came off a McDondald’s Fatty Meal toy. Can’t remember who made the humanoid robot, it has been kicking around for years, I think it may be a Rackham model.
I have a few uses for these models, mainly for my robotic Steam Wars army, but also for use in Rogue Stars.
These are another example of a super quick paint job with a healthy splattering of Army Painter Ink over the top.
Salute is over for another year. Although I managed to avoid buying into any new games, I did pick up a few mdf bits, some resin control panels and crew for a sci-fi spaceship project, a Wolsung robot thing and a few extra Black Scorpion Navy Marines.
This Infinity Sci-Fi table was my favourite of the day, the design and detail was amazing.