Saturday, 1 September 2012

Six Ogres for 6E



Here they are done at last, my North American Combine Ogre Red Eye Brigade. For definitions of done that mean I still have my home brew OGRE Ninja to finish off, and I recently I was promised an original Mk4 too, which is wending its way to me. As you can see, while the Mk6 is big, the Mk5 is a bulky beast.


For size comparisons here we have the new Mk4 with a MK3b.


Now the Mk6 with a Mk3. The Mk6 is longer than a Mk5, but less bulky.


The originals, and arguably the best? I've since discovered that my Mk5 is not a Martian Metals version, but the first run from SJG, before they improved it for the later release from Ral-Partha.

I'm really looking forward to using these at Dragonmeet in December when I'm running demo games as a MiB. So if you can make the show, come along and see the beasties in the metal and perhaps play a game against my Terror Tree?
  

10 comments:

  1. Those are impressive Ashley, really well done....

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  2. Very very nice. Ogre is rapidly becoming an itch I have to scratch again...

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  3. I would like to hear how you got the lining done. Did you paint multiple layers or did you do a wash?

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    1. Washes, then go over and paint the original colour on top to make it pop.

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  4. Good grief these are awesome. I am jealous much.

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    1. You say the sweetest things Daniel.

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  5. Epic. Makes me want my copy of the new Ogre to get here sooner!

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    1. Me too, but mostly for the maps, and the box, the latter because it is shiny.

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