Painting activity has been very constrained lately due to essay death, I'm writing an MA paper on 'Leaderless Resistance' and its hard going. Managed to to get 3 of the Autosentia Command Drones (from GZG) painted up and based (this time on 2012 5p pieces, see this post for details of my catastrophic magnetism miscalculation) and a test mini from my recent CMG purchases.
Here are the Command drones. Essentially they are taking the place of platoon leaders in my Autosentia army and provide some initiative and mid-range networking power for the otherwise unimaginative battledroid teams.
|Do you feel watched yet?|
|A group shot for an idea of scale and how they'll fit in.|
However, whilst many question their legitimacy, heavy handed tactics and xenophobic outlook the Arbiters do offer humanity's main hope in resisting the Autosentia crusade and the horrific genocide which would result.
|'High five! ... erhhh, maybe not then.'|
I'm interested to hear what you think of the colour-scheme. I really didn't want to paint any more yellow or brown, even thought my basing scheme is arid/desert in style, so went with two colours I like painting, red and grey. This doesn't make any sense camouflage wise but I think it looks pretty cool and offers a nice contrast to the Autosentia; stops the eye getting bored.