Wednesday, 17 December 2014

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Infinity - ALEPH Sophotect and helper bot

Sophotects are ALEPH's doctor/engineer unit. These days, each faction has a very nice support pack with a doctor, engineer and some helper bots in. However this Sophotect dates from before then, so I had no Yudbot helpers. Unbound from the constraints of box sets I decided to use the Nomad Fastpanda figure as my helper robot buddy. Because hey, who wouldn't want a cute panda stitching them up after they get riddled with bullets? It7s enough to make you want to get hit with a HMG, right? No? Just me?
Blue haired cyborg dr lady and mini robot assistant. This is possibly the most Anime thing I've ever done.

Monday, 15 December 2014

Infinity - ALEPH Asura plus Tactbot

 A couple of new figures this time. The Asura was a little disappointing to be honest. The detail wasn't so crisp, the face was at a slightly odd angle and the nose was slightly miscast. Sad, because I really like the general design. A let down after the Naga hacker from the same box set.

Sunday, 14 December 2014

Infinity - ALEPH Deva Functionary plus Devabot

 Another Deva Functionary, this time with her synch-buddy/bodyguard, the Devabot. I'm not 100% sold on the green hair. I might go back and change it later. We'll see.

why so serious etc etc

Friday, 12 December 2014

Infinity - ALEPH Deva Functionary

Next up is the Deva Functionary from the Aleph starter set. Not a bad sculpt, although the hair is little unnatural looking. So, I painted it black and it looks fne from the tabletop ;)
I don't know what she's standing on. Some type of fancy sci-fi lunchbox?

Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Infinity - ALEPH Naga Hacker

I've been painting Infinity stuff like mad recently. It's a lot of fun to paint and a nice change from the overwhelmingly huge army projects of 40k.

Today I managed to get outside into some semi-decent light and take some pictures of what I've got painted so far. Here's the ALEPH Naga Hacker, which is possibly one of my favourite sculpts.

Combat hacking protocols, or just trying to line up a cool photo?