Oh ! I wasn't expecting that answer at all … thanks for this crucial explanation, guys.
As promised, some pics of the Anya mini I converted. Hope this won't make the mods angry as it usually does
I did this with our friend Coralie in mind, believing she would prefer to play her rather than a muscular, bad-ass looking marine … told us there was no way she would play "a frail little girl lost on the battlefield" !! -XD-
I used the monstruous looking Clix mini as a base for this … I started cleaning it with acetone, glued some cork shapes on the base, then altered the overall position. I molded the face and the Lanzor (sorry, Lancer ^^) using greenstuff and cut cute strands of hair out of a thin metal sheet.
Granted, some details remain to be painted (especially the face area), but I believe this is a good start - Realized that her right thigh segment was a bit long, had to shorten it once painted
Here are some more pics of Cogs in situation …
I fancied using these funny Sarlaac-looking models to represent the E- holes. True, this is not how they look in the game, but they certainly look great on the board !
(poor Dom : "Why am I always the one to remain in the box now that they have a 5th choice ?")
Currently doing some attempts at making the setting more 3-dimensional, using elements cut from various games …
Ambushing a Berserker … risky business if there is !