Yet another spare Karman model, in this case Cornelius, allowed me to convert another for use in Rogue Stars.
I have not worked out a profile for this chap yet, but I reckon he will work out as a lot of points.
Things have been a bit slow with my King Buggy conversions as I had to find some larger magnets to fix inside the wing section.
I have now rebuilt the wings and am pretty much ready to rebuild the fuselage and undercoat them. I may paint the inside of the cockpit before I glue the fuselage together and then mask the cockpit to spray the rest.
I have removed the whip from this model and replaced it with a sword, a much better weapon for any Rogue Stars scoundrel. The ranged weapon is a Hasslefree accessory which compliments the model nicely.
The photo of the painted model does not really show very well that the armoured parts are gold.
I like this model, very alien looking with four eyes and hoof like feet.
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.
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.
I have no idea what the weapon profile will be yet for this piece, but it does look quite good. Based on a Titan Forge Metal Beards bolt thrower model, I have just reversed the arms and covered up the bolt.
It is just getting a metallic paint job to match the rest of the Steam Wars robot army.
Free sample models are great, especially when I eventually find a use for one. This Dreamforge Games alien chap was holding a lead with some sort of beastie on the other end. As one of my exotic Rogue Stars crews was expanding, this model would be ideal.
I removed the lead and replaced it with a gun.
I may well remove the whip and replace that with a sword of some sort.