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The challenge is 30 minis in 30 days (not necessarily 1 mini each day.) I've been prepping a few figures each week since August, and this year's theme is Science Fiction:
XairBot (Small) 49012
XairBot (Medium) 49013
CyberReavers I (2) 50354
CyberReavers II (2) 50355
HESCO barriers (2)
Starship Generator 80053
Tess, Adventuring Heroine 49020
Slade, Cyborg Hero 49018
Nova Corp:Female 80013
Nova Corp:Soldier 80012
Gothic Tank Traps/objective markers (2)
3d printed scatter terrain
Crates (Large and Small)(2) 77248
Jersey Barriers (2)
IMEF: Reggie Van Zandt 80017
Viceroy Enforcers (3) 30029
Starship Generator 80053 #2
Dreadmere wight 44022
dark elf w/bow 1128
Liriel Silverlocks 2458
DGS games female
Not shown: Blood Nebula Mercenary 49017, Power Generator 72611 (2)-- still in blister packs.
That gets me to 30-ish, depending on whether I count things like the barriers and crates as single pieces or not. Still working on getting the last few pieces washed and primed and identified.
Started converting my bones v robot kobolds. The idea was to arm them with scifi weapons to use them as a little starship boarding party.
The plan is to do a total of 9 when ever they hit retail, all with different weapons.
So far axe guy has a plasma gun and a samurai banner.
Then there's rocket launcher kobold
Knife kobold has a flame thrower.
A friend asked me to do some conversions to make some Space Marine TM Drop Pods TM he had laying around into Chaos Drop Pods, aka Dread Claws TM. Naturally I was flattered.
I have three distinct ideas but any and all feedback is very welcome.
Drop Pod plus a couple of these kits(lucky Prime Day find!):
The tricky bit is that I have 4 of quite a few parts and the drop pod has a 5 fold symmetry!
Drop Pod plus this guy (who surely comes from a long lost GW chaos mold):
Tricky bit is that I could probably use some cheap plastic sea creatures for some more texture but haven't found the right ones at the right price.
Finally something with this:
To make something Halloween Horror themed.
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