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Old 5th Nov 2014, 04:43 PM   #1
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I've been doing a fair amount of work with Fantasy Flight Games in the last year. It's all been under quite strict NDA so haven't been able to talk about it. However, have opened this thread to post about the models as the games are released.

The first one is now available. It's Star Wars Imperial Assault. Here is a link to their site showing the game itself. You can see the actual model of my work there

http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/ed...e.asp?eidm=271

There are a few miniatures, but the one I did was the Imperial Walker which is around 100mm (very big for a miniature). It is obviously slightly different proportions from the real thing as the legs were going to be too thin for a print. It's squater, and the head is bigger. Happy with how it looks in it's tiny form though. I'm very pleased to have been involved in a licensed Star Wars game if I'm honest I can't wait to get my hands on the actual miniature.

And below is a render of the final mesh, in Lightave.
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Old 5th Nov 2014, 06:02 PM   #2
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Cool stuff.
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Old 6th Nov 2014, 06:52 AM   #3
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Good work!

It surprised when I learned not that long ago that this style of board game can still do well in the digital age...
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Starbase: I think this kind of game is thriving.

Biotech: cheers
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Good work!

It surprised when I learned not that long ago that this style of board game can still do well in the digital age...
People are rediscovering that being around a table with other people is always more fun than playing online.
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Old 9th Nov 2014, 05:38 PM   #7
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I think you couldbe right sir.
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So next game that I did some miniatures for is released. It's Xcom the board game. Details can be found here. I did these 4 pieces. The tallest is around 30mm. Really looking forward to see how these translate to plastic.
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I loved the computer games back in the day.

The figures look superb Gordon.
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Old 24th Dec 2014, 12:20 PM   #10
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sweet work!
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Old 26th Dec 2014, 09:17 AM   #12
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Cheers mate.
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Old 26th Dec 2014, 01:49 PM   #13
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Quality figures mate !!
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My copy of Imperial Assault finally arrived. I've roughly put together the Walker. Very pleased with how it come out. Chuffed.
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Lots of flash around the edges, but that came out pretty darn good!
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The edges are nowhere near as bad as those photographs make them look
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Great work Gordon!
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Cheers guys. Looking forward to getting around to painting it
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Finally got around to painting up my miniature. Wanted to have a grungy look. When I look at the pictures, I wish I could see the model that well when I was painting it. God my eyes aren't what they used to be. Anyway, it's done now, maybe I'll do the other one better

It has been a blast to create something in ZBRush, see it realised in plastic, and then paint it up, I have to say.
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that looks great....
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Very cool.

Do you think this experience will change the way you work? I'm guessing it makes you think about things a bit differently.
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It looks great Gordon!

When my partner and I were building electronic circuit boards, we had magnifier lamps. They were work lamps that clamped to the edge of the table, had a large magnifying glass on the end with a bulb mounted behind it. It made working on the soldering so much easier and I highly recommend one for figure painting too. Even if your eyes are good!
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Very cool.

Do you think this experience will change the way you work? I'm guessing it makes you think about things a bit differently.
Do you mean the way I work modelling, or painting? If modelling, no, I built this thing from the ground up in ZBRush with the express purpose of it being printed. Its a good way to work. If painting. Yes, need to get better light, and better glasses

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It looks great Gordon!

When my partner and I were building electronic circuit boards, we had magnifier lamps. They were work lamps that clamped to the edge of the table, had a large magnifying glass on the end with a bulb mounted behind it. It made working on the soldering so much easier and I highly recommend one for figure painting too. Even if your eyes are good!
I have one of those, but it's too small. I couldn't actually tell how close the brush was to the miniature. I need to get something though.
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Great stuff here Gordon!
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Judging by your avatar - it looks as if you shouldn't have a problem getting a grungy look to this object.

I assume you were wearing some sort of grungy makeup then.
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Great stuff here Gordon!
Thanks. I'm enjoying it

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Judging by your avatar - it looks as if you shouldn't have a problem getting a grungy look to this object.

I assume you were wearing some sort of grungy makeup then.
Yeh, bit heavy on the Nuln Wash that day
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