They look great, have you thinked about backpacks, or are they going to be drop troops?
I have thought about them RaPaX but im in two minds as to wether they will look ok. General concensus from people i've asked was a no to backpack's.
My (new) humble contribution to this glorious thread: a Sergeant of the Krieg 731st (project log coming soon).
Deathcat: If you don't mind me asking, where as you sourcing your Cadian respirator heads from?
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Young lady, I am an expert on humans. Now pick a mouth, open it and say "brglgrglgrrr"!
Finished a platoon of Lamb's Worlders at the weekend:
those are fantastic, commander figure looks suitably authoritarian like. But those two figs to the left of him, where they from?
Thanks Both of those figures are from Studio McVey's Sedition Wars range. Great figures, both of 'em – they went together nice and cleanly, and great sculpts that have enough detail to be interesting while leaving enough space for rewarding painting. I *think* they're both by Kev White of Hasslefree.
Thanks for the speedy answer! Well they really fit in with your force which in turn looks like it really belongs on that battlefield. Great stuff
Apologist, those are nothing short of amazing. Awesome work there, really lifelike for being 40k!
Finished up a second squad of Saturnine infantry, just bog standard Guardsmen:
Hope you like! Fluff etc in the log, linked in my sig.
Love those Lambs world troopers. Hell of a pricey getting Elysians and Cadian helms.
They are rather cool!
One from me, the first of my winter guard vets.
Loving those winterguard! What is that in the background?
Cheers fella. Gate section from my camp walls - link here if you're interested.
Some really awesome and inspiring troopers on here. Hats off to all of you. Digits I read your entire Drogan log a couple of months ago and I have to say without a shadow of a doubt your army is the most amazing and inspiring imperial force I've ever set eyes upon.
My regular dudes (well, non-camo cloaked veterans) use the awesome pig iron gas mask helmets, as many others here do. These pics aren't great but I'm planning on getting more up soon.
The scheme is relatively simple. Although I'm not sure how it translates into the new paints.
Black basecoat, dheneb stone, desert yellow, bleached bone drybrush, devlan mud wash then the camouflage pattern is just scortched brown, snakebite leather, dleached bone and black spots.
I also use the same general colours for my camo cloaks and rattling stand-ins. I'll post up some better pictures later but for now here's a few snipers.