Those are disturbingly cute!
Indeed, they lure you in with the cuteness, then feast on you once you turn. LOL
Great looking critters, adds a level of realism to any battlefield, as the fauna tends to stay around no matter what
Ya I love adding animals and civilians really makes the tables look better.
Really like the little blue and orange fellas - they've got that cute-running-to-sinister vibe going on!
They are a lot of fun, only thing is they are resin, snapped a tail and 2 ears on them.
Nice scheme they look great!
Color choice always helps.
Same feeling as Evo 😀 Cheers!
They look great - I especially like the green eyes on the guys in the top picture!
Appreciate it Toby. ;)
Those are alarmingly cute! :) Particularly for after the apocalypes.
I try to stay topical....lol
I'm sure you can imagine special rules or a funny mission with them, as you did with The great dunger migration :)
Oh I already have some ideas. ;)
Looking great mec. I love the colours, especially your trademark green!
Oh, I love them! I don't recall the Astropolis minis (I backed the KS but haven't painted anything yet, gasp), but look really great. The punkapocalyptic critters also look really nice in those colors. Wow, nice work!!
Thanks Suber...treat your self and paint some of those minis soon....they are fantastic!
/!\Insert metal gear solid alert sound.Looks like the kind of stuff you notice in mid of a firefight, when you are pinned down, your back against a wall. You just look random and your eyes meet its. Why is that thing looking at... Bang! A bullet impacts on the wall you are having cover and you mind goes back into action.Those fellows are the kind of stuff that makes a battlefield, a world to look alive and plausible.Congrats, darkies look dastardly cute and the ratsies look cutesy bastards.
Yes Javi! That is it exactly. Thanks man!
Cute little fuckers. Love the colour sounds you went with
(No idea where that “sounds” came from... fucking iPhone)
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