Comm Center is a fun game type that focuses on capturing points, but rewards killing specialists more than taking objectives. I played against my old faction Hassassin Bahram. They forever hold a special place in my heart. It was interesting playing against them as a different faction myself. We played the mission Comm Center. The objective is to both hold more objectives than your opponent and also kill more specialists.
At long last I have finished painting my Keisotsu. Now in the last picture with the lighting you can’t see his com link very well. I did paint it black on the bottom with a dark gray highlight on top. Follow the slideshow below displaying his progress towards completion. I want to note the subtle change in the stock color between the last two photos. I decided I wanted it a more orange color than the off white it was at first.
Here’s the next bit of progress I’ve done on my Keisotsu. I focused on their guns this time. Adding a few small highlights to the scope and making the major gun color purple. I may change the color of the little thing sticking down. I may go black on that instead of beige. I just don’t think the beige is working very well. After that the only thing left for me to do is the head. The dreaded head. Continue reading →
I spent a little more time on my Keisotsu troops this afternoon and made some good progress. What follows is a side-show of some before and after shots. I base coated their arms white and gave them orange and black gloves. I did not highlight them very well yet, but I will do some highlights on the raised edges of the orange soon. I haven’t decided if I want to use a glaze on the gloves yet. I’m not sure what color glaze would go well with the scheme that I have going so far. Continue reading →
I spent the night working on my Keisotsu that came in the JSA starter pack. My original thought was to paint them with a Rising Sun theme, hence the very red pants and white shoes. After painting the pants on three Keisotsu, an Oniwaban, and two ninjas I decided that Red and white was probably the most overdone color scheme done for the JSA sectorial. Continue reading →