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 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Fri Jan 24, 2014 10:44 pm 

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Shut up and take my money, sir. Seriously, these are awesome as is. I really like the vaguely shark-like effect that the sails give. My name only suggestion is if the central gunner were removed and the gun mounted in or under the vehicle nose. Either on a helicopter-esque chin mount or a fixed moun...

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Tue Dec 17, 2013 6:27 pm 

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Very very like. Arms/claws are about perfect. I'm okay with keeping a Stygian in the pilot/battery spot. What's more evil than turning on your own for perceived slights or previous failures in battle? I feel the top needs a little more weight. More hulking in appearance. Maybe increase the top dome ...

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Fri Dec 06, 2013 10:20 am 

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Do like. As ever, I'm hoping the pose is just a draft, and that the final are a bit more aggressive, but other than that, the details themselves are spot on. I like the current mask, weapon and horns quite a bit. My only suggestion is that making the robe a bit more ragged at the bottom. As far as o...

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Wed Dec 04, 2013 8:37 pm 

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Very slight preference for without the hook. Very very slight. Really impressed with how these are turning out overall. Not sure if these poses were meant to be final, but as with the Hunters, I'll make a preference known for slightly more dynamic posing/stances for the legs. I love how most of your...

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:23 am 

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Okay, very very happy with one shoulder pad. Ties to the line, still has the epic badass effect.

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:11 am 

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I like unshouldered better, purely aesthetically. Badass is a perfect way to describe it.

However, I think the shoulderpads tie to the rest of the line better. The version with really screams its relation to the other Stygian models.

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Sat Nov 23, 2013 8:46 pm 

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I like the forward scorpion style best, of those three options. Lacking anything in the back makes the whole thing look unbalanced, and I'll agree with Sawbones that the backward swept one looks a little retro to me, which is not a bad thing, but doesn't seem to match the rest of the fairly aggressi...

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:07 pm 

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I love the basic look, especially the split wing with the inboard guns. I can live with no spikes, though I would like to see some forward curved blade/wings. I also agree I'd like to see a tighter, more tucked, rider posture, though the current one isn't bad. But I have to agree with KaJo that it s...

 Forum: NetEA Imperial Guard   Topic: Harakoni Warhawks - v1.5 (20131016)

Posted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 5:48 pm 

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So out of curiosity, what, if anything, are people using as a model for a grav-glider? Something that looks big enough to hold 10-14 stands of infantry, but only checks in as a DC1 flying war engine is not the most trivial order. Best ideas I've had so far would be getting a 1/200 or 1/144 scale WWI...

 Forum: General Discussion   Topic: "Average" Luck - an alternative to dice rolls

Posted: Tue Nov 12, 2013 2:05 am 

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I've thought a lot about removing dice from wargames in various ways. If you're trying to stick with an existing rule set like E:A, Parintachin's idea of adapting Malifaux's card system to be 1-6 based is probably best, in terms of giving you unpredictability without the sometimes cripplingly unfun ...

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Tue Nov 05, 2013 10:01 pm 

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deacon wrote:
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I believe the correct turn of phrase is:

SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Sat Nov 02, 2013 10:18 am 

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Definitely better, a lot more variety and some decent dynamic posing on a few.

New guns make them much sleeker looking too.

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Thu Oct 31, 2013 10:01 am 

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Ok, check it out: These work better imo - here are the new guns on a few of the models that will be carrying them (with the old one for comparison): http://www.onslaughtmini.com/images/previews/hunter%20wip%2006.jpg These look great. The poses for the hunters will likely remain - I don't want them ...

 Forum: Onslaught Miniatures   Topic: Onslaught Miniatures

 Post subject: Re: Onslaught Miniatures
Posted: Wed Oct 30, 2013 5:58 pm 

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I think the gun is fine as well. Translating down to 6mm reduces the perceived bulk pretty significantly. My only comment is that I'd like to see a little more variety in the posing. All 5 are in basically the same static "A" pose, feet wide, gun held roughly horizontal, and shoulders basi...

 Forum: NetEA Tau   Topic: New Tau book

 Post subject: Re: New Tau book
Posted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:30 am 

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No one else in favour of a First Strike EWO Ion-equipped Riptide - contrasted against the AA Heavy Burst Cannon Riptide then? Has to be one of the most game changing units after the Helldrake in the current 40K meta IMO. I think part of my problem is that I don't really associate First Strike with ...
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