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  1. Maledrakh

    Maledrakh's Terrorton

    The Plague affects not only humans, but most animals and many alien sentient races. Such as the hitech DinoTurtle-like Teraton. The Teraton females are significantly larger than the males, and when infected by the Plague, she grows partially into and partially busting out of her armour, while remaining more or less her normal size. These 2nd generation Teratons retain most of their intelligence and function as leaders on the field of battle. I like to call them Terrortons. Because they are terrifying and weigh a ton! While at the same time being well ‘ard and quite imposing on the battlefield. They are about the same size as a 1st gen, but not quite as powerful. They are good as secondary leaders and can provide some hard muscle in smaller games where the 1st gen is too costly to bring. The Terrorton is made in restic and I have mounted it on a 50mm base, like the 1st gen. Plague Teraton for the Plague faction, Warpath and Deadzone games. by Mantic Entertainmant made in restic PVC 50mm base
  2. Maledrakh

    Maledrakh's Mantic Plague 1st Gens

    The imposing 1st generation plague victim. What happens is that the first person to get infected by the Plague in a given cycle, turns into a horrendous monstrosity, growing several metres in height and width, it’s new massively muscled frame covered in a bio-organic spiky exoarmour. In it’s new form it is extremely intelligent and powerful individual that sets out find others to infect. These new victims turn into the 2nd generations, each much smaller than the 1st gen, but still ogre-sized. These again infect the 3rd gens that we have seen. The 1st and 2nd gens do not use technology or weapons, relying on their rock hard exoarmour and brutally strong claws to do the dirty work. I found that for some reason, I had started but not finished painting my 1st gens. Two complete repaints later: The one to the left is the restic standard 1st gen model. The one to the right is a resin kickstarter exclusive freebie for those who spent an obscene amount of cash on the first KS. (of which I remain guilty as charged…) One of the resin mini’s fingers had broken off during storage. That’s what happens when it is put loose in a box with other minis, and that box is part of an avalanche in the Mountains of Minis. (At that point I might have said a bad word.) I managed to make a new finger by carefully applying some plastic putty in several stages. Can you see which it is? The resin one is slightly larger than the restic one. I believe the restic shrinks a bit more during casting. They are painted much the same way as the other plague models I recently have painted: Reddish-Brown basecoats, several careful drybrushes with shades of beige and skin, globbing on a generous wash with citadel druuchi violet ink and some carroburg crimson ink in places while the violet is still wet. Two thin coats, pah! Glob it on I say! take care to not let it puddle too much though. When dry, drybrush again with several skintones. Some more carroburg crimson here and there for muscle-effect. Dot in the eyes and teeth in white over black. red for the tongues. I mounted them on 50mm lipped round bases I had lying about. Looks much better than the 40mm flats they came supplied with. Plague 1st generations for Deadzone and Warpath. by Mantic Entertainment
  3. kalonjacarl

    TNMT Teratons

    Teenage mighty ninja teratons,Tengokon Tech's Teraton Dreadball team. They are actually the rebel cell known as 'The Blinking Shadow' inspired by Earth legends of a group of mighty turtle warriors Leo Gon took the mantle and image after seeking tutledge from ancient Teraton battlemasters, he and his three brothers with ther friends and alliies have joined in the rebels to fight against the GCCP. Leo Gon, renamed Leonado is the master, strong and wise beyond his years wielding ancient blades as well as a Tengokon Tech compact sniper rifle (or rifle depending on mission loadouts) and his stealth leads TMNT to succeed in many campaigns. Rafe Gon aka Raphael, master of sai and ustilising a sniper rifle stolen fro their first foray into life of a ninja warrior. Whilst his temper may get best of him outside the battle, on missions he is calm and able to best many a foe often by taking out key members of the opposition. More to come thoughts welcome
  4. Here's a batch of heavy hitters I've done up for an upcoming Warhammer 40k: Kill Team campaign. The Obliterators and Terminator are a mixture of GW parts, and the scatter terrain is Deadzone and the Starship Engine from Reaper Bones.
  5. This year the minis I manage to paint will all count towards the resolutionary challenge. As per the resolutionary painting challenge guidelines, I will post them here, and link in my post in the challenge thread. One of the metal specialist or hero-types delivered in the second wave of the Deadzone 1 kickstarter rewards. The Dugs Sorak are the aliens that use their upper arms for legs, and have a lower set of more delicate arms for most other tasks. This one has rather large pair of cleaver-like swords. So I tried to make them look lighter with blue paint. Something like the blades used by the covenant hunters in Halo. Not sure if it worked. Mantics' metal minis do leave a bit to be desired, there is usually a lot of flash and often some of the parts are badly cast with prominent mould lines. I think they might use their moulds too long before making new ones, or maybe their mould makers are not all that good at their job. When cleaned up , though, they usually are quite nice. This casting, though, was not all that bad. The sword arms naturally required pinning, and I also pinned the mini to the base. I like the look of the Sorak, and I think they suit the classic "red devil" style look well. So I am doing them as such. Rebs Sorak Swordmaster Deadzone Mantic Entertainment Metal 25mm base
  6. Werkrobotwerk

    Rebs Strider Deadzone

    And here's the pay off for the previous 4 minis, I got a big absurd robot in exchange for painting them. Which also got painted. They come with bits for corporation, rebel, or mutant striders. I used a mix of all three. corporation arms, mutant shoulder things, rebel banners, cockpit, and launcher. it also has a random pouch on the back of one shoulder because the banner ends abruptly in the middle of nowhere. Anyway, robot.
  7. Maledrakh

    Maledrakh's Mantic Deadzone Mawbeast

    What to do for my April resolutionary challenge? I haven't actually decided yet! Apart from painting a bunch of minis that is. As per the resolutionary painting challenge guidelines, I will post them here, and link in my post in the challenge thread. So the second mini I did today was the metal Mawbeast, from Mantic's first Deadzone kickstarter. This metal Marauder Mawbeast was delivered in the second wave, together with a bunch of characters all in metal. This Mawbeast differs from the restic ones in the original Marauders set in that it does not have any techno-gubbins on it, nor the chainsaw blade in it's mouth. It could equally well be used in a Fantasy setting. At any rate, I thought it looked like a lion, what with the mane and all. So I painted it like one. Rawrr. 25mm base, metal.
  8. Rather than just making one thread about these once I get them done I figured I'd take a few pictures along the way. So what am I starting with? There is one set of 5 Peacekeepers, those are the big chunky power armors, and two sets of enforcers. I also have one bag of conversion bits for the light enforcers. so these are the sprues: one one side of each of the torso and leg sprues there are letters A-E each set of legs only really fits well on one body so you only have 5 poses for the body and legs unless you feel like doing some cutting and converting. There were no instructions with these, and I didn't notice the letters until after I started assembling so some of my enforcers are doing some weird stuff with their legs. So these three have their legs on, but not their heads and arms. The arms are fairly free form, there are some rifles and heavy weapons that use two hands but since there's no labels on those I'm guessing at which goes to which anyway. Also the heads all need some minor conversion, because they are all fairly hunchbacked unless you drill out the neck hole to extend it back. These two are both built. I have drilled out the neck so now they can stand upright. The one has a pistol and a power fist the other is a silly flamethrower and a wrist knife, because there is only one left hand for heavy weapons per sprue, and I am using it on the machinegun/laser thing. Finally we have a peace keeper. I really like these things, the connections are nice and clean, and there are a bunch of interesting arms. The only problem is I need to go buy more bases before I can assemble the other four.
  9. Just started with my clear stands. I bought 1cm clear tubes with 6mm holes. Also bought 6mm clear rods, but they were 6,2mm, so I had a lot of work to get them to fit in the holes. The next rods will be more clear as this one. In the moment I can put one saucer on 5 Deadzone height level. I still need to make a base (or use the original one) and get magnets so the saucer on the top can be removed easily. - Only difference to this picture I made it that I glued a rod filling most of the tube, showing out of the top. In the bottom I can connect other parts. - The first tube under the saucer is smaller than the others, together with the saucer height (incl. Dome), it reach 3 inch. - all the other tubes are 3 inch tall.
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