Monday, 4 April 2016

Crossover civilians (Pt. 2)

Weekend has been fruitful and I'm ready to bring the rest of this Roguetradered Star Wars civilians (Does 'roguetradered' sound good?)

On a retrospective, the whole group lacks some coherence, maybe I should have emphasized more the Warhammer looking with more GW bits, particularly heads. But anyway, on the whole I think they work and make their role, which is providing a base of cheap civilians for my board.

I disgress, as usual. Let's go for the pics.

Boubaka Salim ibn Abenasser, wasteland explorer:

No, I don't know what that thing is either
Pedro Mobhing, local Bailiff:

I pretended the helmet to be more Moebius-esque
Gael Makabesse, Administratum clerk:

Humpf, those files are not poperly packed, bailiff.
Mick Bouros, local worker:

You could have let me have a shower before the pic, man
Dabenari Molokisse, protester:

I take the liberty to educately dissent of your opinion, sir
Brian Emmettis Pardus, another protester:

Arbites are gonna make him copy it correctly a hundred times
I guess the deserve a group shot:

Coming to  a board next to you!
Converting and painting these has been fun, I think I've identified a couple of things that work fine and maybe some noes that I won't repeat. I have another plan for some more cheap civilians, but those will have to wait a little, as I'm for some other pending stuff before. However, I don't pretend to delay that too much!

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  1. I like the clerk and the protester particularly. The 'thing' on the explorer is cool - I like the OSL. And Roguetradered should definitely be a word!

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    1. Thank you! They have come out in a funny style. Urban outwear Spring collection! :D

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  2. Your Roguetradered those right Suber, great work and inspiration !

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    1. Thank you! Just tabletop standard, they are nothing else than board filler, but as an experiment they've been nice!

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  3. Looking great! I particularly like the use of the powder scoop as a light.

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  4. Thanks! Hehe, you got the source; those are tasty minis, the WHFB Imperial cannon crew, I pretend to use all their bits in the near future!

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  5. What's this - People called Imperials, they go the house?

    Brilliant and very much Roguetradered.

    My favourites are the Clerk and Bailiff - particularly the Clerk with those pursed and that penetrating stare.

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    1. Haha! I should make a diorama of an Arbites making him copy it right a hundred times :D
      Thank you! I've enjoyed them a lot, I feel the urge to do more of this stuff. Dangerous thing, as I think I've totally lost the point of all this, I'm just making them for the very sake of making them! :D

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  6. Love the Clerk. But they're all good - very rogue trader.

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    1. Thanks! The original minis made it all much easier, being sci-fi themselves. At this rate, I'll soon have a mob and the city will be overpopulated!

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  7. Estupendas miniaturas, Suber. Cada una tiene "algo" que la hace especial. ¿Para cuando una foto de familia de todos los civiles?

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    1. ¡Muchas gracias! Tengo todavía planes para más civiles, quiero dar la sensación de una ciudad de verdad, llena de gente. ¡A ver si en breve me pongo y empiezo a hacer fotos de planos generales!

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