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.
The Reaper range of figures covers just about every genre, I have a good few from most of the collections. Their sci-fi range includes some armoured troopers that I have used in several different game systems, most recently in a Grey Knights Retinue and a Rogue Stars Space Cops crew.
I have long been a fan of Kev White’s models and I have had a small band of the Grymn knocking around for ages. They were painted many years ago and could do with being touched up and inked for Rogue Stars.
The larger chap here is Geezer, armed with a rather substantial machine gun. Not sure I need to touch up the old paint job on him so much, I quite like the way he looks as is.
This is a random Dark Angels Space Marine that I picked up out of a bits box years ago with no real purpose other than I liked the figure.
I have eventually painted him up to use in Rogue Stars. Armed with a massive two handed sword and a pistol on his holster, I reckon he has a Power Fist under his cloak.
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.
Buried in the Loft Full Of Lead was this classic robot from the early days to Warhammer 40K.
It had been painted before, many years ago, but at some stage I have given it a Nitromorse bath to start again. So now it has been repainted to use in Rogue Stars.
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.