Like Crisis Protocol, Shatterpoint uses measurement widgets for movement and ranges. Each is thematically sculpt. Annoyingly, while the ranges are the same lengths as Crisis Protocol, the movement widgets are unique.
I’ve never gotten around to painting the Crisis Protocol ones. But I’ve been playing with my daughter, Ruth, and she wanted to paint hers. So we did them together. These ones are mine.
Obi-Wan here is the second model out of the You Cannot Run duel pack, along with Darth Vader.
The pack is silly priced, but I found it at a great discount to make it more reasonable. I intend to make the diorama part sometime, though unfortunately it doesn’t look like it’d work too well as terrain for the table.
This Darth Vader comes with Obi-Wan and some diorama in a duel pack at a questionably high price. But I was able to score it at a major discount, so got some friends for the other Jedi Hunters.
The major challenge for Darth Vader is that he’s wearing all black, so how do you make him look good? My attempt at an answer was to use no blacks, just grays and dark blues. I was also sure to highlight the different textures differently (the shiny armor pieces to a white, the fabric to a blue. And then some fake-OSL drybrushing to help sell the lightsaber.
I also kept the head and cloak separate from the body while painting. That let me get in behind the skirt and the underside of the cloak.
I’ve tried to get a couple of different black textures: the shiny hard armor pieces, the softer fabric pants, the dark leather boots. It helps give some variety on what is otherwise a mostly monochromatic model.
These double-sided lightsabers seem like they’d be a hazard.