Thursday, 31 March 2016

Crossover civilians (Pt. 1)

Not yet finished, but I've made some progress on the Star Wars minis turned into Rogue Trader. I'm half way, so I'm posting the first batch I've finished. No particular order painting them, just the way I'm picking them from the workbench.

The first one, Ichabod Guss, merchant:

Not flamboyant enough to make a Rogue Trader out of him, but he certainly got the attitude
 Mesmer Godinus, space ships technician:

Still looking for signal on the cell phone
Yohann ur Ghilt, taxi driver:

Now I'm forced to look for a car to make a taxi for him. Sigh.
Gorden Karabas. Just a mere bystander :D

Hey, man, I want a cool story too!
Karim Gomm, fruit vendor:

OK, I need a fruit stand too...
Helenna Talabant, freelance prospector:

I'm still trying to decide what that all-purpose-stuff staff is
I have another mini almost finished, but I'll keep that for the second batch, so I make this into two equal parts :)
Phew, it feels good to make some progress at last! More to come anytime soon!

12 comments:

  1. Awesome job Suber, and a brilliant idea - I love these guys! That trader takes the top spot for me, but they are all quite superb :-)

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    1. Thank you! The merchant is undoubtly the more RT-esque, it's also my favourite. I guess I need more GW bits!!

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  2. Your civilian creations are so very cool, great work! Civvies are always tough to acquire, great out of the box thinking here.

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    1. Thank you very much! Fortunately there are some neat options right now on the market, but anyway, ranges of unarmed civilians are still quite an issue to find, so building these is fun!

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  3. Looking good, Suber. Love the taxi driver and the watermelon man. I've just had some Star Wars minis arrive today that are destined for similar crossover. Mine will have less modifications though, I suspect.

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    1. Thank you! I'm in dire need of some props for those two! :D
      Hmmmm, really looking forward to seeing your minis!!

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  4. Great! The trader is the best, some how that head suits so well.

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    1. Thanks! Indeed the head is the key. Agh, I need more in that style!

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    1. Thanks! He's clearly the winner, hehe, I hope I keep the bar up with the rest!

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  6. These guys are great! I wish there were more models like this!

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    1. Thank you! Well, there are some interesting models out there, but converting these has been totally fun, it gives me the chance to make the unique, glad you like them!

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