Copyright © 2020, Paul Scrivens-Smith

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Monday, 23 March 2020

Star Wars: Legion - Jyn Erso


My final post for teh Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge X was a Jyn Erso to lead my Rebel forces for our Star Wars: Legion games. I picked her up at the local hobby store that still seems to be doing quite well in the circumstances and are offering both kerbside pickup and home delivery in the area.


She's quite drab, and I used a bunch of WWII colours to achieve this including Russian Uniform, Luftwaffe Uniform, Field Grey and Brown Violet but I think it's a close palette for her look.




I'm not that happy with how I painted her face so may go back and re-do that later.



 I'm not that happy with how I painted her face so may go back and re-do that later.


Also included with the priority supplies set is five packing crates that I finished off this morning. It's not that obvious in the photo but the light coloured ones have quite a lot of Aurebesh text on them for that Star Wars feel.


I've been looking to make some terrain for our games and I rushed this test piece out. The dome is florists "Oasis" covered in Polyfiller with a doorway made out of foam-core. The whole lot was sealed with PVA glue then primed and a quick paint job done.


Victoria and I plan to work on a lot more terrain for our games but it is a start. I just ordered a few 3D printed buildings from Etsy so hopefully they will be here in a few weeks.



12 comments:

  1. Great looking figures/terrain...

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  2. Very nice...Paul...
    I like the Igloo... simple... but effective.

    All the best. Aly

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    1. Thanks Aly, it was quite a quick build, but I'm happy how it came out.

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  3. Nice work Paul, buildings look great too

    Cheers
    Matt
    French Wargame Holidays

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  4. Jyn looks great in the WWII colors palette. Seems one can get a good start with their current paints plus some white and black for the empire.

    Building looks great too

    Jim

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