Once again the scale discrepancy is notable between the two game systems, but interestingly the backpack on the Dewback rider and that of the Heavy Weapon Trooper are identical in size! Speaking of the Dewback, I needed to adapt the shock lance using some brass rod. The Stormtroopers are, of course, not really Sandtroopers, but will suffice although they have clearly only just arrived on the planet judging by their mostly pristine armour! If the truth be told, I just couldn't bring myself to wash over my carefully painted work!
So that is one mounted unit and five foot for an additional 35 points.
Great work Michael! Ah, the hapless Imperial Stormtroopers...so fun, so pointless, so essential - pop cultural touchstones who cannot hit the broad side of a barn with their shooting. This particular Stormtrooper party is, as you say, notorious for its incompetence, and has become an infamous punch line.
They will be the absolute perfect addition to any Tatooine scene being contemplated, and your brushwork is, as always, outstanding. I cannot speak to these painting tutorials you mention, but the results certainly speak for themselves - the dewback in particular is top-shelf stuff.
Having seen the bonkers scale of the "Star Wars: Legion" figures up close, I am impressed at how well they mix in with the "Imperial Assault" lot. Just great stuff, excellent work.
And while we find no droids, we find 40 points - yes, a few extra points because that dewback looks so cool, and because I'm getting an opportunity for a day to be a minion, I may as well abuse my power while I can...