Been a little while since my last post but I was waiting until I had finished my current batch of random sci-fi pieces. There are a few different bits and bobs here and a couple of manufacturers that are new to me, as far as painting their models goes anyway.
Let's kick off with the piece I've just finished working on. It's also the biggest. This is One Shot from Soda Pop Miniatures Relic Knights range.
I'm happy with the end result but it wasn't really fun to work on. I thought Ninja Division (who seem to make these models) worked in digital sculpting. They did the slightly duff models for Palladium Books Robotech game, but I can't tell if this model has been digitally sculpted or hand sculpted. Some soft detail and ill fitting parts could suggest hand sculpting but there are similarities to the 'quality' of the Robotech designs they did so maybe it is digital woo.
Moving on, I painted a few more models by Miniature 13. I think I showed some of the other pieces by this manufacturer a little while back. If I didn't then they'll be on my Facebook page. Seemingly random sci-fi characters funded through Kickstarter.
Finally a few bits by Prodos Games from their Warzone Resurrection range. I'm not too up to speed with Prodos. I'm kind of aware of some of their properties though. At first I wasn't aware that these models were from the new Warzone game. They just don't seem very Warzone to me but what do I know, the original game came out when I wasn't into miniatures and gaming. I assumed these were from some sort of Aliens licence but I was wrong.
And a scale shot to show how big Attila is.