From the shed: Copplestone Scavengers.

Nothing like the promise of a game to get you painting again…

 

… with a game of Zone Alfa (game report coming soon) arranged with Joe I needed some figures so I rummaged in the shed to look for the Copplestone Casting minis I knew I had to make up a Bandit gang.

I knew that I did that post about playing Zone Alfa in 20mm, and I fully intend to do that at home, but a chance conversation at the club wher I mostly play Necromunda led to me finding that there were a few people interested in getting a campaign up and running.

 

Any way I churned these out over the weekend and I’m pretty pleased with them for a rush job.

 

copplestone scavengers

 

Cheers,

 

Pete.

21 comments on “From the shed: Copplestone Scavengers.

  1. Jeff Groves says:

    Mighty impressive for one weekend’s output, Pete!

  2. Crikey, Pete, are they 20mm? Whatever scale, they look spot on! Well done! 🙂

  3. Faust says:

    “Nothing like the promise of a game to get you painting again…”

    So true, it’s my main drive for getting these things done! Nice work on getting those 20mms out quick. Looks like they would be a cool Necro gang to boot!

  4. Looking good Pete. I really do like the Copplestone miniatures.

  5. Joe says:

    Hi, Pete:

    FYI, you probably should watch this video’s last five minutes or so, the after game review. They played two games into a campaign of Zona Alpha a discovered a massive issue with the campaign system. It should be food for thought.

    Sapper Joe

    • Pete S/ SP says:

      Thanks for that Sapper Joe- some interesting points raised there. The armour system looks a bit broken there. Will discuss with the lads on how to house rule it.

      Cheers,

      Pete.

  6. patmcf says:

    Well done mate, you are powering away regardless of you heavy work load !!!

  7. Marvin says:

    Good work, I like them. You’ve brought out great textures and detail.

  8. Really nicely done – love the bases too!

  9. Really nicely done Pete, Mark Copplestone is one of my all time favourite sculptors. Digging the bricks scattered on the bases too.

    Cheers Roger.

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