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  1. I am eager for a competitive player vs. player LCG from this company. My groups and I find co-op's to be tiresome and we miss the days of Netrunner and Call of Cthulhu. Some of my friends still play Netrunner, but there are so many interesting opportunities for the future. Dune, again, comes to mind for p vs. p (hopefully in a group of up to 4).
  2. I hope the next one, whatever it may be in their LCG range, is not co-op. I've always had the most fun by far with their competitive releases, especially Netrunner and Cthulhu back in the day.
  3. Competitive LCG set in the Dune universe. Please. Tie it into the upcoming film and it will be huge IMO. Imagine the intrigue and politics at the table. So much opportunity here...
  4. PS I forgot to dust and weather their lower legs, just noticed that!
  5. These lads were in bad shape -- gunked up and stripped of paint, with some decomposition and residue remaining. As a result, I did my best with contrast. Tell me what you think of the overall effect, with the starting condition kept in mind.
  6. Thank you for the feedback @SFC Snuffy and @Sharkbelly. I agree going a metallic on the breast plate is regrettable on my part. With a gloss and matte finish already applied, I should probably leave it alone lest I potentially mess it up. I wish I would of tried the Black contrast on it, to gently juxtapose a difference with the grey. Ever forward, however, and I'm glad you both liked some of the results. This paint range is pleasant and satisfying, but also a learning curve!
  7. Greetings all, Enclosed is some experimentation I'm opting to share with the GW Contrast range. I Used Admin - Grey on his uniform, and some black on the helmet and holster/gun. Flesh is contrast as well. traditional paints: Boots are black with coal black P3 highlight. The chest plate, which I regret a bit, is just a standard metallic with Badab Black wash. I wish I would of done black contrast on it as well. Regardless he's an example of what grey and black looks like with the range. Feedback welcome.
  8. Many thanks Cleto0 and @Eruletho, It's good to be informed and shore troopers are next on the list. I really enjoy the look of the tank so it's helpful to know the choice is solid -- when I'm ready for it. I plan on a really dirty, streaked and chipped exterior which will be so much fun to paint and model. I'll post fresh questions if I have them later, time to start experimenting with lists on my own. Cheers gents.
  9. Excellent everyone, thanks again. One more question while we're at it -- heavy support, with the point cost reduction for the AT-ST do you recommend it over the tank, or are both viable for their obvious differences? I will only get one of the two for a long while.
  10. Thanks for the feedback -- They look amazing as well. I'll pick up a box.
  11. I am an emerging empire player,and only own 2 units of storms (starter box) and one unit of snow Troopers. Any thoughts on if I should purchase Shore Troopers, or go with double snows, or another third unit of Storms from the expansion? Budget is tight, players in the area pretty experienced and hard-hitting. advice greatly appreciated.
  12. Ok, the above straight-up red trooper from previous post needed work, so I: outlined recesses of armor and helmet in black added weathering pigment to depict dust and desert grime on the legs. Still not thrilled with the red, and not many people like it sadly. I'll complete this unit since they are primered for it, but my next will be traditional White Troopers (with a bit of wind-swept sand on them as well). Comments and feedback welcome.
  13. You are cranking these out! really nice work. Do you use contrast paints, and if so, in what capacity?
  14. Looks amazing and that flock is stellar. What brand is it?
  15. I like certain Imperial officer! These are solid but have you considered spraying them with a matte finish like Testors dull coat? I'm working on some red troopers too.
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