Saturday, January 12, 2013

Moving on...

The big rocket served us well, and will continue to do so in the days to come.  But it's been a project almost 4 months in the making, and I'm getting a little eager to move on to something more traditional.  S'okay, though, because it's done enough for government work, and it meets my criteria - I've played two games on it, so I'm free to move on.  Before I dive into the new stuff, though, here's a last look and the semi-final rocket in all of its 15mm glory:




Thanks for watching along, and all the encouragement and feedback.  It really helps keep me motivated.  Don't be surprised if we revisit the rocket later; I can see three blank rooms that need filling with bunks, hydroponics, and *mumble mumble* something spacey *mumble.  I'd also like to get some slick little one-seater canons to put on those small side pods.  Oh, and the bottom floor on that last picture would make a great shuttle bay, if I can find a suitable figure.  That hole in the middle floor need a railing, and...well, you get the idea.

Next up, more Pocketmunda terrain.

5 comments:

  1. 4 months of great work. It looks excellent!
    Bring on the next project!

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  2. 4months has been great following this from start to finish. There where some old toys called Manta Force that may have some suitable small craft for you to use.

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  3. The finished ship looks fantastic! As far as cannons go, there are sites like the Bitz Barn that sell bits from games like WH40k and Warmachine for reasonable prices. And some of the MechWarrior: Dark Age hovercraft/aircraft might work as cheap shuttles. (My definition of "reasonable" and "cheap" being around a buck each.)

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  4. Simply brilliant. I'll have to do the 28mm version without a budget once. :-D

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