And now, the Rise of the Viet-Cron is complete! All models are from Games Workshops, except the hats and the roof.
3 Wraiths. The guy on the right shows symptoms of epoxy scoliosis. I could not undo this misaligned joint without breaking the mini. 15 points.
Aww, isn't the Tomb Spyder cute with a rice straw hat? The three prong hands have been reduced to two prongs because of missing parts, but she still looks good. Her size makes her a "mounted" for 8 points (10 minus 25% for lack of base, rounding up).
The points gathered here will also contribute to my tally for the Sci-Fi Challenge.
As for Sophie, she took a painting break this week. Maybe she'll have something to show next Friday.
Well, Sylvain, what can I say to this, but
MERDE!great work! On the one hand, another Def Con1 points bomb that nets you a huge pile towards your total and our Sci-Fi Challenge. And you do it with a submission where you name/blame some of my own old models for inspiration! I don't know if I should feel proud about that, or go find those Valkyries downstairs and hit them with a hammer!
Even though you are rendering my competitive position in the side duel down to its component atoms, this is a very impressive and fun submission Sylvain. Great brushwork, and I find the thinking behind it intriguing. I generally despise the Necrons, but here you have done something very fun and creative - insurgents who literally cannot be killed. There is some excellent meta-commentary somewhere in that notion. When we meet next, whether that is in Regina or here in Winnipeg, I will have my Valkyrie-mounted Imperial Guardsmen ready for a tangle with these fellows - we must set that up!
I'm giving you some extra points for adding all the little bits that make these guys "Viet Cron" - total of 418 points...sigh...where IS that wine? And can someone stop Sylvain? To borrow a phrase from the psuedo-setting in question, I need Napalm, NOW...