This is a different looking character model from the Relic Knights range that I will use as a Psyker in Rogue Stars. He has quite a cool name that I will probably use as well
He does not have an obvious ranged weapon, but the staff can always zap something…
In my great build stuff campaign, I found these in the Relic Knights models, a couple of four legged robots that will be good as sentry or scanner bots.
I will not bother basing these as they would actually need 50mm bases, their legs are just too wide for 40mm bases.
I had forgotten about this model, one of the last Vanguard models from Sedition Wars I had not put together.
If is a bit like the Aliens Power Loader, but with a big gun!
I like it, should be fun to paint and even more fun to profile up for Rogue Stars and similar games.
This is a mech from the Relic Knights range, a nice looking model with quite an imposing main weapon. It needed to be straightened a bit in boiling water and it seems to be good.
The pilot is not really what I would put on top, I will see if I can find something a bit more suitable.
I have ten of these Relic Knights Black Diamond dudes armed with impressive looking shotguns.
The restic plasto-resin hybrid is not brilliant, but I intend to practice with black contrast paint on them before I tackle some Deathwatch models. If they turn out okay, they may well get used in Rogue Stars or as retinue for the Inquisition.
In the great build something campaign of the last six weeks, I went back tothe Relic Knights models from CMON. These were made from a terrible “restic” resin plastic hybrid of some description that was awful to work with, hence the reason they all got put in The Loft Full Of Lead.
Trimming mould lines was a real pain, using a file did not work, the best way was to use a new scapel blade and carefully trim the lines off.
The finished model is quiet fun, somewhat different to the usual wargaming models. I want to see if I can get this range into a Rogue Stars game or something similar.
I picked up this figure in a bits box a few years at a show and forgot about him. So I have just painted him up ina simple scheme for Rogue Stars and quite possibly an Acolyte for an Inquistion crew.
No idea what company it is from, so if anyone knows…
This is an old i-Kore model from teh Celtos range from a good few years ago. Although I used most of the models for a Treefolk Dragon Rampant unit, I had a spare character model that was pointing and just begging for a gun to be added, in this case a shotgun.
I plan to use her in a Rogue Stars Bounty Hunter or Mercenary crew, but she will need to be a “difficult target” as she is definitely not wearing any protective gear. Maybe a buckle secreted force field?
Some of the detail on this old 40K Scout was a bit vague so I really did not know how to paint it, so I pretty much kept him to a neutral scheme
This is another model to be used in Rogue Stars as a henchman type dude.
I have managed to finish off a few random models this week, in a vain attempt to make way for new stuff, but there is still more to clear yet.
This batch are for Rogue Stars and any other miscellaneous sci-fi games I get into.
The first two are Aberrant Games models, both law keepers and so destined for a Space Cops crew, really nice models.
A blast from the past is this old Imperial Psyker, I had a bit of trouble getting some old paint off of it, but after a quick paintjob, he will join the Star Cops crew.
I thought these two Spartan Games models would make interesting armoured SWAT type models. As I was undecided what colour to go for, and they had been undercoatd in white, I opted for a Stormtrooper paint scheme, then again, that is just lazy.
A spare Karman model got a repaint, not sure what for yet, but he came up quite nice.
Finally, a Westwind armoured chap, originally for the Japanese Weird War II force, but using a Space Marine head, he is now a general hero type dude.