Here is something a little different to my recent painting. I only got this on Saturday. He took about 80 minutes to finish, including a little bit of green-stuffing to marry up some of the parts better.. i am pretty happy with it. The base needs some work though. I am postulating possibilities at the moment...
Here is another one of my recent fleets painted for Firestorm Armada.
The following species are called the Kedorians. These are for the Zenian League and they have a very different playstyle to the rest of the Zenian League. Their main weapons and omni-directional, but not turrets. They can put the same firepower out in all four arcs. All of their vessels have shields, a very rare thing in the Zenian League. The battleship, carrier and cruisers can use battle shunts (or they can purchase the upgrade). They move slowly in general, but with them shunting around the battle space can be very horrifying for opponents.
The above photo shows the SRS tokens (bottom left), Carrier (middle left), 2 Cruisers(center), Battleship (upper right) and 3 Frigates, (lower right).
The paint scheme is heavily based on metallics, because I haven't painted an army like that for a while. Comments, as always, are welcome. Regards, English Pillock
I have been busy, but just have been too wiped to post anything. Here is one of my latest projects.
Tarakian Fleet for Firestorm Armada (this is a 500pts list Ganak Battleship, 3 Sulan Cruisers and 4 Tarl Frigates). I have an extra cruiser and an extra frigate not shown in this photo.
This is part of my Kurak Alliance Armada. I have painted them in the same scheme as my Aquans and Xelocians as I am trying to have the Kurak Alliance vessels look more unified than my Zenian League vessels.
My Kurak alliance vessels currently are:-
1 Tarakian Ganak Battleship
4 Tarakian Sulan Cruisers
4 Xelocian Hantari Cruisers
4 Terquai Makalau Torpedo Cruisers
5 Tarakian Tarl Frigates
12 Xelocian Karn Frigates
This isn't much of a post, but I am going to slowly get back into the swing of things after a hiatus. Comments are welcome as always.