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August 12, 2011 by brennon
Some more warriors out of HiTech today. Check these mechanical warriors out below.
Not bad at all I think. I like them a lot more than some of their other miniatures in the line.
What do you think?
Pose is a bit wooden, but there’s some real nice detail in those miniatures, I guess they are intended as some sort of adeptus mechanicus type effort , but I do think one of those would make a nice painting project in itself, whether you could use the thing or not.
I do like a lot of the hitech stuff, they have a nice style to the range .
The more I see of the range they come out with the more I’m put off of it. I don’t know why. Things I like about this is the leg detail as well as the tech gears. On the other hand the pole arm looks OK until you placed the blade out the top, it really turns me off of the model. Grant it I could just snip it off.
I dunno They are almost very interesting but not sure all the parts quite gel together. Notice that they are only 31mm to the goggles. Would have been good if someone would do space knights somewhat bigger. (Trying not to say true scale cos that would refer to a different universe;) )
…does Hi-Tech and Scibbor have something to do with each other ? Or why does their stuff looks exactly the same ?
Not sure but they do have very much the same style. Maybe it is the same sculptor?
I don’t really see the same. Scibor might use the same concept (the 40k universe) but thats all I see that matches with hi-tech. Grant it both have there hits and misses.
they have almost the exact same bulky approach to their miniatures combined with stiff poses and overly ( not to say hilariously) big shoulders …you really only see them using the same ” concept” ?
and no offense just incredulity
No offense taken. I just looked at both ranges and yes they have a close vibe about the pads but you should look at the rest of the lines they have. The monsters and wolf from Hi-Tech look nothing like the sculpts from Scibor. Scibor’s show his mastery. Also look at the wings on each sites “space angel” and it will be clear that the artist is not the same. If it is the same artist he must be getting rusty when he does Hi-Tech’s models.
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