Discussion in 'Miniatures' started by Pierzasty, Nov 23, 2017.
Pretty much. Old Jotum, new arms.
It is not just an arm-swap, to my surprise! In fact the only pieces that are the same from the old model are the legs and possibly the backpack. The torso is completely redone, the head is different, with much more detail, and the arms (of course) are different. The new one has a MUCH better assembly for the chest.
Here is a comparison of the heads, for example. Notice the spines and extra detail on the new one
Edit on Kowalsky:
Didn't like the original conversion, so I've washed her up and redone the model. Added a bubblegum, moded her rifle to be seem more like breaker combi rifle, etc.
And also, the model of Cadin in the Defiance shows awesome dynamics, so I mimicked that into my Senor Massacre. He needs some puttyjobs, however I'm quite satisfied with this one!
Been working on some conversions on Octavia and an Odalesque. Making them into the MOD3 Versions of M4A1 and RO635 from GirlsFrontline
M4 just needs painting now, and RO a little greenstuff work. Hoping to finish everything by this weekend.
Still no idea what I'm going to use them as yet. I play mostly Ariadna and O12. And dabble in most of NA2 save for JSA and Spiral. They might make good Betatroopers or Deva's, M4 might even do a pretty good Hippolyta.
@Ugin Very nice addition with the bubblegum. It does wonders for the model.
@Kreslack You seemed to have successfully brought those two poses to life. Job well done.
@Ugin nice illustration of how some small touches can change the outcome of a pose a lot, like the bubblegum. Great work!
The only way that Massacre could be better would be if you could split the fingers to get a "peace" sign on his hand. Either way though you made the pose both dynamic -and- humorous.
Something old and something new :)
First, a Kameel made few years ago to be a bit more aggressive and bit more battle damaged, not so much a conversion, as rather different positioning:
Another photo and one more.
And the new one.
I play Haqqislam for few years and never tried Fiday with mines. Yeah, I know, I'm surprised to. But N4 really want me to try this profile and I always saw the Red Veil mini as an ideal option for laying mines, so...
Photo of another side and the hand with mine and the whole guy from higher view
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Great work all, @KedzioR_vo I really like the precarious pose on the rocks, makes it fee a little more active.
@Ugin That bubblegum is a great little touch, so much character! But you took the Han Dynasty out of the Dao sword (ring-shaped pommel) which was the best bit (my personal taste hehe) !
Like every other Morat (and CA) player out there I'm making more Rasyats....
@bladerunner_35 You seem to be doing a great job at it so far. Keep it up and lets see it finished.
Now I now what the color schema for this group will be ;-)
Spoiler: Color Schema
Red Angel - Star Trek Discovery (2/10)
Only CA knows where the Red Angel did come from
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You're making me reconsider my Sygmaa color scheme.
I saw a fractaa in the first appearance of the red angel.
I'm sure it was one
Mine had been painted already - but coudn't resist to give it a try after I saw this episode
So, here are a couple conversions... Two Mukhtars (one with a viral rifle and CCW and one with a Red Fury) and a Ghulam with a Light Grenade Launcher....
This is my Spektr with Multi Sniper Rifle conversion. Parts donor was an Agluacile with Multi Sniper Rifle
The bounty hunter on a bike booty option is gone, right? They just get mov values, but not actually a bike anymore as far as I can see.
So what to do with the mini that I still have here? What conversion would you use her - and her bike - for?
Remove the biker and make her standalone like dozens of people who liked the sculpt but didn't want it on a bike.
Put someone else on the bike and use as a Kum/Desperado/whatever. IIRC there was a guy who had a ridiculous number of Kums featuring absolutely anything that can be put on a bike.