As I mentioned in this post , I was bit by the Mad Max bug and have been sucked into the world of Hot Wheels conversions. Now, I'm not giving up my 28mm scale Car Wars. I am adding in another (sigh) layer of my hobby. So here are my first attempts.
The left one is a popular Hot Wheels car with the hittle rack removed and some Epic 40k bits put in its place. (My kids call them hittles, not missles. If you say you are shooting your missles, they will miss.) The right car is stock except for the paintjob and a piece of card to cover a keyhole launcher in the back.
These are Hot Wheels motorcyles thar are actually in 1/64 scale, unlike the ones that come in the blister pack. I don't know alot about them because i got them from a thrift store. The rear tire was a magnet. I guess they went with some sort of stunt track. I took the magnet out because they kept sticking together.
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Two cycles in 28mm or 1/48 or whatever scale you want to call it. They are both hot wheels. The green one was from a thrift shop, and I couldn't find much info on it from the inter webs. For game purposes, it will count as having an armored top. The red one is the Batcycle. I swapped his head and hacked off his cape. To cover the cape hack, I used a mantic deadzone bit to cover it and make it look like he has some type of armor. (Bullets are flying, after all.) I also used press molded mantic enforcer shields to add armor to the front.
Up close of the not dark knight.
And here are two wrecks I whipped up to use as cover or obstacles.
Thanks for visiting, questions and comments are welcome as always.
With the release of Fury Road, PA gamers all over the world have been pulled back to their favorite of genres. I too could not resist the call after seeeing that movie, and while souring the net for all things with cars and guns, I noticed two things. First, Axels and Alloys have an updated version of thier rules. http://axlesalloys2.blogspot.com/
Second I missed posting some pictures of finished Car Wars cars I had posted WIPs of in this here blog. So Here ya go!
I finished up some of my Deadzone models pile the other day. All of the Plague are done...
as well as a few of the Marauders. I re-positioned the dancing Goblin to make it look like he is displacing from his hide in a rapid fashion. The cloak is still not finished on the leader; it will be finished with all the little unattached bits I have to paint separately.
Yep it's been a while since I posted on this blog. My blogging tends to come in fits and spurts. I have all the excuses, busy with work (I got a promotion yay), busy with family, redid my hobby room, etc. etc. but all you really want to know is what I've been doing hobbywise!
Okay the first thing I have to show you is some more civilians for the town of Gray Haven.
These are all prepainted figures that just have a wash on them. Most are hero clix, but a few are characters from the Saturday Night Live trivia game. I didn't want to spend a lot of time on these as they are basically just fodder.
Here is another group of clix miniatures that I am using as futuristic civilians. These also have been shaded with a wash.
I didn't plan it when I bought them, but these minis kind of took on their own persona. The group on the left looks like pilots, the two guys in the middle left look like some type of business owner, the middle right guys are just random citizens [Yep that's a conehead from Saturday Night Live] and the five on the far right look like working girls and their "manager ".