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Relthoza Swarm-Class Cruisers


Relthoza Swarm Class Cruisers (2)
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FATR03
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£9.19 GBP


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Dawkins writes:

If you need new bases I highly suggest CorSec engineering.


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Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian writes:

A while back, I showed you the Relthoza Escorts which Blue Table Painting painted for TMP - now, here are the cruisers from the same painting order.

Relthoza Cruisers

I directed that all of the ships in this order were to be painted as "inspired by" the camouflage of an actual spider (the Relthoza are a spider-like alien race). Blue Table Painting then came up with the yellow-stripes-on-bluish-grey scheme.

Relthoza Cruiser (top)

Relthoza Cruiser (front)

Relthoza Cruiser (rear)

Side view of Relthoza Cruiser on stand

The manufacturer includes these clear acrylic flight stands with the models. Blue Table Painting then assembled the stands and mounted the ships.

Relthoza Cruisers on flight stands

Unfortunately, all of the flight bases had whitish glue blobs where the rods were glued in place, and some glue smears elsewhere on the base. This could probably be improved if the painter switched to a glue more suitable for acrylic, and that dried clear.

Stand base