Miniature Games Construction Yard

In this blog I'll talk about various miniature games. Custom miniatures and minor conversions are my favorite pastime. I'll cover scenery making and painting too. The WIP you'll see here is all about Necromunda, Epic 40,000, Warhammer Fantasy 5th Edition, Warmaster and Warhammer 40K 3rd Edition.
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I do not fancy the Necromunda punks, but with some minor changes and additions they can become a cool gang.

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On this picture you can see some of the original miniatures that came in the boxed version of Necromunda. Lasguns are no weapons for the strong Goliaths. Lasguns are for sissies. So I replaced the lasershooter by a Grenade Launcher.

The Goliaths' punk hair resembles the haircut of the old Warhammer 40,000: Rogue Trader Space Marine Scouts. So I included two of those vintage miniatures. One will become a juve, the other will be a Heavy.

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This Juve looks like he's in for some close combat fighting!

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Kitbashing really rocks. It was remarquably easy to fit the Heavy Flamer to this scout. The spare weapons from WH40K sprues are great for converting stuff.

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The Heavy with the Grenade Launcher has an extra drum attached to his belt. Some of these Necromunda Goliaths saw their hair removed and now have a shiny bald head. I think it makes them look meaner.
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