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zrunelord25 May 2019 6:44 a.m. PST

Hello again all,
Here is my take on GW Sicarian Infiltrators & converted Rustwalkers.
Imho one of their best kits with loads of extra parts.

So I put them to great use , I scratchbuilt a unit of rustwalkers & 1 princips using plastic sprue for the legs & arms & milliput/gs for the body etc.

I had 2 Dominus so I converted him also.

These teams are designed for Killteam & painted to gaming table standard.

As you can see they are very effective as minis go.

Thanks for your comments.





Katzbalger25 May 2019 5:26 p.m. PST

Nicely done! Definitely have a Mechanicus look to them.


Capt Flash26 May 2019 5:43 p.m. PST

Well done!

Baranovich28 May 2019 9:04 p.m. PST

Very cool! I especially love the debris on the bases, very nicely done.

zrunelord29 May 2019 10:41 p.m. PST

Thanks all,
The debris is simply mosquito netting, bits of twisted wire & obviously the ever present plastic sprue. The stuff you can do with sprue is limitless, one of the most versatile materials in any modeller's arsenal. Much , much better than pvc or metal.

Pity GW or any other maker doesn't texture it, simple rivets, plates or mesh would add more value to any kit…. and I have collected tons of the stuff along the years ( suitably hidden away so that it is not thrown out as trash 😉 )

And let's face it, using all those leftover parts makes 100% sense.


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