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DeadTech Aliens came to earth during Wild West. These robots took over the bodies of the dead and are ready to fight.

 

Here are the first few. I like them, but some sculptings looks like fail casts. Especially the hands. I'm really thinking about filing more details into the hands, if it is possible...

 

 

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Yes, they would be cool for any weird west or steampunk setting.

 

Originally from DemonBlade Games (see >>Lost Minis Wiki<<). They were part of Shockforce Game.
In the moment >>Mega Miniatures<< has them, but they are closing the shop at the end of the year and selling the molds in the moment.

>>Here<< is a direct Link to the miniatures in the shop (as long they are still available). Sadly they don't offer a complete set for a lower pricer anymore, but they are still all available.

 

Some of these are very breakable, but I could glue everyone which broke with 2-Component-Glue.

 

I ordered the last two Pale Riders from Noble Knights, because they are not available anymore. (Megaminis never had this mini.)

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I have the next four ready.

 

The first one has a hair attached on the gun, I need to remove it

The last two have white stripes on the jacket under the head. I don't know if it is the reflection or something else.

 

After I have all complete, I will make a matt varnish.

 

The Drone Range in the first posting, will get a major change, so I will make new pictures of him after it.

 

 

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Years ago, I found a couple of figures VERY MUCH LIKE THESE in a dump box at a game store for 25 cents each. I bought them. Wonder if they're the same line?

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Years ago, I found a couple of figures VERY MUCH LIKE THESE in a dump box at a game store for 25 cents each. I bought them. Wonder if they're the same line?

 

In my one of my previous posts I wrote there few links, their you can see the other existing of the 20 dead tech models.

 

If you got them for 25 cents, your lucky. I want such dealer in my town, too! :-)

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Here are the next four Deadtechs.

 

I decided to put all four on one picture, because I think the other pictures are really to big for my painting quality and it is still more than enough to see. I think I will exchange the other pictures with new ones, too.

 

 

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interesting minis!^^

 

are you using the dipping method?

can't say if it's the camera, in case i suggest a matte varnish on all of them to remove the "humid" effect

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I did use Quickshade and I need to use matt varnish on them. I should do it soon.

 

Oh, and I forgot to say, I don't dip, I use the Quickshade as a wash.

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I just got lucky and got the original longhorn, not sold by Mega Miniatures before they closed.

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This mini in the picture is not painted by me, don't have found a picture with an unpainted version of it. I will get mine unpainted.

I get also a 3rd pale rider.

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