I love me some Fallout beasties. This time, it’s the official sentry bot. It’s nice and big and chunky.
Fallout has a bunch of really compelling terrain and markers. It’s a bit pricey, but I convinced myself to pick these up to get to a free shipping threshold.
Each objective is nicely sculpted from the debris you’d find in the video game.
As with the robots, it lends itself to whatever weathering you want to throw at it. This is mostly sponge chipping.
Remind me not to die with a party hat on a toilet.
A skull in a toolbox would be much more dignified.
Ever since the Into the Wasteland expansion came out for Fallout Wasteland Warfare, I wanted to add models for some of the beasties. This is my take on a radstag.
The model is a simple conversion from two stags from Wizkids. I cut off the heads, posed them with some brass wire, then filled in the neck with green stuff.
The paint is a little rough, but it gets the idea across.
This character pack for the Institute adds three new named characters, including named versions of the Courser and a Gen 2 Synth.
A-2018 presents almost the worst of all possible colors; black and white. I used my standard Reaper Blue Liner for the black, mixing in some white and pale blue for the highlights.
Kellogg has a rad cyber arm, though the limits of casting (and my paint) render it somewhat less rad.
I wish Z2-47 was more distinct from the other courser sculpts. If you put him next to the courser in the faction core box you’d be hard pressed to tell which one was the named character.