October 28, 2016 by brennon
Leading the charge we have the Mounted Guards for the Guild. The posing of these horses certainly gives them a lot of dynamism and you could imagine them leaping around the tabletop as their riders dodge around obstacles, firing their guns.
Offering up no less dynamism we have the Wokou Raiders who are dancing around with their long and dangerous looking blades.
Imagine how hard it’s going to be positioning that one Raider on her toes! At least it will look stunning when it hits the tabletop – dancers of death indeed!
Following on from them we have the Hayreddin which is a terrifying looking beast. The wings look a little odd here but I think the overall design of the monster is amazing.
The pale colour scheme here and muted colours would be great when translated to the model. It would almost look as if the wings were one and the same with his flowing coat.
Next up we have the Bandersnatch, a name which does actually conjure up images of something I’ve heard about before.
After a quick Google (yes, this is now a running commentary on me building this post!) I realised it’s from Lewis Carrol’s Through The Looking Glass! I knew I remembered it from somewhere.
Finishing things off we turn to the Gremlins and the Sky Pirates! Who wouldn’t want to play around with a cheerful group of Gremlins riding around on those insects.
For those who don’t like Daddy Long Legs these might freak them out. I think these would be fantastic to get stuck into, painting them up in some lurid colour schemes.
Has any of this caught your eye from November?
"The posing of these horses certainly gives them a lot of dynamism and you could imagine them leaping around the tabletop as their riders dodge around obstacles, firing their guns..."