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  1. Hi All, More work done to the Survivors of Endor dio today. I added branches using Woodland Scenics tree armatures and cut them down to the length I wanted. I then drilled holes in the branch and secured the armatures with superglue. I then painted the armatures with a Vallejo's Blue Grey Pale paint and once dry gave them a wash with Vallejo's Medium Brown. When the wash was dry I then used Woodland Scenics Fine leaf foliage (Olive Green) and pulled apart a few pieces and then glued them to the Armatures. The ground work has been done by blending dry leaves, thin twigs, lichen moss, fine sand and static grass in a blender and then applying it to the base using PVA glue. Next will be applying several layers of Vallejo's Chocolate brown to the ground work to give it a forest/rich mulched soil look to it.
  2. Hi All, New 28mm SW dio started and this will be called "Survivors of Endor" As per the pics so far it will depict two Scout troopers on Endor years after the battle. They have set up camp in an old knocked out AT-ST. They won't have a lot of power so the power they do have is used on the short range comms relay hoping that a Imperial vessel will pick up the signal. I have also got them using spears as their blasters have been depleted of power. The figures are from FFG SW Legion Scout trooper box set and I have replaced the helmets and arms with body parts from Airfix 1:48 RAAF ground crew and the AT-ST is the old AMT kit and the tree's are from the local bushland.
  3. Hi All, Deathtroopers, Battle of Scarif 28mm. Recipe. Troopers - are from Fantasy Flight Games and are the last three from the 6 pack set. I swapped over the arms on the trooper in the water and the trooper kneeling and they were painted and weathered using Vallejo Paints and Pastel chalks and I used a gloss finish on the armour. Base - is foam board and the sand is a mix of fine sand and spakfilla and once dry it was painted using Vallejo's Vallejo's Iraqui Sand. The larger bushes are from Woodland Scenics which is their light green foliage and the palm tree I got of ebay which I got 20 for $10 and the palm tree was painted using Vallejo Paints. The bush clumps I picked up from my local gaming shop and the grass tufts are from Army Painter. The water is done using Woodland Scenics Realistic Water with two small drops of Vallejo's Light Blue added and mixed and then poured and left for 24hrs to dry.
  4. Fantastic work and the GW transport works great.
  5. Hi All, I had a spare Deathtrooper so I decided to make a small Scarif dio with it as I used the other three on a dio and just waiting for the water to dry. Deathtrooper Squad Leader 28mm Recipe. Figure - is from FFG SW Legion Deathtrooper set and was built straight out of the box. I used Vallejo Paints and Pastel chalks to paint and weather him and a gloss finish on the armour. Base - is high density foam and the sand is a mix of sand and spakfilla and once dry was painted with Vallejo's Iraqui Sand. The bush clumps I picked up from my local gamimg shop and the grass tufts are from Army Painter. The larger bushes are from Woodland Scenics is their light green foliage and the palm tree I got of ebay which I got 20 for $10 and the palm tree was painted using Vallejo Paints.
  6. Hi All, I can't take the credit for painting the Death trooper white, I saw Herman Guerrero on the Bandai Star Wars FB paint his 1:12 Death trooper white a few years back and loved it so I did a 1:12 one as well. Once I had finished I needed a name for him so I called it a Ghost trooper and the name has stuck ever since. Ghost Trooper 1:28mm Recipe. Troopers - are from Fantasy Flight Games SW Legion game and I built them straight out of the box and they were painted and weathered using Vallejo Paints and Pastel chalks. Base - is a base from the SW Legion Scout trooper speeder bike set and the cliff face back section is foam and the front is a rock mould from Woodland Scenics. once the rock mould was secured I used spakfilla on both sides and blended it in with the mould. The sand is a mix of fine sand and spakfilla and applied and once dry the base was painted and weathered using Vallejo Paints and Pastel chalks.
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