Monday, July 23, 2012

And now for something a little different - GZG NAC WIP

So... I'm currently saving up for/wishing for the Hammer's Slammer boxed starter set and rules, so I figued i'd finally paint up some of the GZG NAC that I have.

I've been hankering to build up a small military force since I have been doing just single figures, and I ordered the NAC a while ago.  I painted up some  of the casualty figures and really liked the random color scheme I came up with.  I painted up a Drone and one rfileman tonight as a test and I'm happy on how they came out.

I don't really know much about Hammer's Slammers, I'll be picking up the books shortly.  But I like the reviews of The Crucible and the beautiful book.  I am happy to make up my own /adapt a universe to the rules...



First paint up...


The Drone, a riflemen, and two casualties. 


The rest... about 2 squads (9 each), a command squad, and some drone specialists worth.

8 comments:

  1. You've inadvertently used the same colour scheme as GW's Cadian Imperial Guard regiment. They're great colours though, which is why their team picked them I imagine!
    I like the look of the Slammers stuff but have never taken the plunge because I severely dislike those Blower tank things which seem to be fairly central.

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    1. Haha, you know, I hadn't even thought about that, I guess the color scheme stuck in my mind. The blower tanks, I have to admit, are growing on me. I think I felt the same way as you when I first saw them...

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  2. Very nicely done. I quite like a lot of there stuff

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  3. I've always loved the look of the helmets and such on the NAC, you've done a good job on this one and have what promises to be a great looking force. You'll like the Slammers universe, I've read the first collected volume, it's a lot of fun and is a great gaming setting.

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    1. Thanks! I look forward to picking up the books

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  4. Nice work! Can't wait to see them as a fully formed unit.

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  5. Great job, Mr. H. The elevated drone is cool.

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  6. Nicely done Mr Harold! I have always liked the newer GZG sculpts, and we can all see why they are so popular- good job!

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