A primarily 3rd edition Fantasy Battles blog with a new lean towards Rogue Trader Eldar Pirates.
They look good to me mate!
I think they look good! I have a box of the old school genestealers in the lead mountain that I want to start on this year. I've been putting them off for a long time because I can't decide whether to go with the classic purple people eaters look or shoot for a black/white/grey/steel Giger's Alien sort of scheme...what do you think?
I've seen the Giger theme fail too many times but I think you've got the skill set to pull it off. I'm a big fan of the classic blue/purple but I wanted something quick. Good luck with what you decide, I vote for the Giger theme! It could lead you down a hobby path full of opportunities!
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Oh man I love that blue carapace. I can't believe you called these minis shitty. They look fantastic! Even if they weren't speed painted, you should't be ashamed of those. (Incidentally, one of the things I like about going to miniature conventions like Hot Lead for is that you play with many, many different levels of miniature painting over the course of a weekend, and it shows you that the quality of the paintjob has no correlation to the fun of the game).
You are to kind sir sully. The whole force is just basecoat a and washes; thebje came out very mottledbut im glad you like the effect, they actually look kind of cool when they're all mashed together but otherwise I'm not very happy with them.In my last dark Heresy session a air of stealers were used and it honesty brought the game down, the crappy paint jobs made the game a lot less fun maybe I'm a bit spoiled because I only play with painted figs, 3D terrain and excellent floor tiles from Rackham before they went bust. You must understand where I'm coming from; you're the only Edson I know that plays with authentic painted talisman figs.....God to hear from you I really want to get into inertia assaut because I don't already have enough on my plate.