Saturday, August 25, 2012
Here's a comparative shot of each of the different types of figures in my sci-fi collection. It's worth seeing how they all stack up against each other.
|Action shot! The lizards are caught by the human marines in a classic pincer movement.|
Thursday, August 23, 2012
What kind of terrible wargamer am I? These mounted lizardmen represent the last of the figures waiting to be painted. At this rate, I may have to resort to painting more of my son's figures. These are the kinds of problems you want to have.
It's hard to get a good idea of what exactly what Pendraken's SF28, mounted lizardmen with lazer weapons, looks like. The title says it all, but in most of the online photos you can't really make out where the lizardman ends and the mount begins. Hopefully these photos will give everyone a better idea of the details on these little gems.
|Each pack comes with five figures, three of these|
|...and two of these heavy machine guns. This is two photos|
of the same two figures from different angles.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Surprise! Finished lizardmen. I forgot to post the unpainted versions of these little critters. Whoops. We're looking at four orders of Pendraken's Lizardmen with Laser Weapons (SF27). Each pack comes with five figures, two of the ones shown in the first photo and three of the ones shown in the second photo. I separated the photos by the two different model types that come in the packs just for the sake of clarity.
And of course, one shot with a human marine to show how well they scale.
Thursday, August 2, 2012
These are Pendraken's SF36, "Minotaur with Heavy Weapon", but they look like space cows to me.
The guy in the center has sergeant stripes and white hair, just in case I need a sarge for future rulesets.
This one's for the ladies?
The figures tower over human sized figures, and wouldn't look at all out of place on a table as a force of 15mm cowmen.