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Nice!  Love the use of the Space Cop heads!

 

Question: are those heads meant for IG scale models or SM scale models?

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I don't really see much difference between IG and SM models. They are definitely heroic scale, though. Some of the heads are bigger than the others. 

 

Like this one: 

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I'll see about some comparison photos tomorrow. 

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Really like the continuity amongst the set, and that you used the same colors

across the spectrum of characters, just in different configurations.

Nice brush control, and details on the fiddly bits !

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Really like the continuity amongst the set, and that you used the same colors

across the spectrum of characters, just in different configurations.

Nice brush control, and details on the fiddly bits !

 

Thank you. I wanted them to look like a sort of swat team. 

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Here is the comparison pic as promised.

From the left you have the Sci-Fi Police heads, Maxmini. SM Scout head, and a Space Wolf Marine head, GW. 

In the background, you have an SM Scout with Police head from Maxmini. Tech Priest with Flagellant head, GW. Converted Succubus, Reaper, and a Prodos Warzone miniature, with a head from StatusQue miniatures:

 

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Cool conversions, and a nice gritty paint job to go along with it. I never got to play Necromunda, but you've definitely captured the vibe!

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These are awesome well painted and the word gritty really sums em up

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