Saturday, June 11, 2016

3 Battlesuits and the Ion Age Starter Set is Done!

This week I sat down and assembled the 3 Duxis Battlesuits that were the last pieces of the Starter set I bought for the Ion Age: Patrol Angis game.  Feels good to have it all finished and now I can test out some games.  The Duxis Battlesuits were the last unit for my League of Yorden force.  These were cool mini's and really about the size of 28mm figures, as you'll see in the picture when compared to the 15mm.


With those done, I decided to take the "family" shots of both forces.  So here goes!

Prydian force:


Once again I'm struggling with taking pictures of the 15mm guys.  So there's a bit of blur.  Also, I noticed when I was taking the pictures that I forgot to paint one of the guys armor bits white.  There's a gray guy in the mix.  I'll fix him later.  Funny how you miss that stuff.  I guess I was tired!

And now for the League of Yorden force:


Now to play some games.  After that I'll order some stuff here and there to give options to each force.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great rest of your weekend!

Rod

18 comments:

  1. Very nicely done Rod! Looking forward to hearing your perspective on Patrol Angis.

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    1. Thanks Peabody. It's been a long time buddy!

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  2. Great work!together look much better!

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  3. Impressive and beautiful, love this mix of colors!

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  4. Great Work Rod! Love the colour schemes. Looking forward to your battle report :)

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  5. Excellent work again on those and the yellow work Rod!

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    1. Thank you Fran. I'll be kinda glad to take a break from yellow for a bit. ;)

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  6. Nice job on making the yellow and green colors work together. The colors reminded me of my yute and the bugs that inhabited my space. Therefore, the big guys I would name Hopper, Lightning, and Locus.

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    1. LOL, that would be some good names. Thanks Jay!

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  7. Awesome painted figures Rod!

    Greetings
    Peter

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