Post by Rolling Thunder on Apr 9, 2020 15:59:43 GMT -5
So, having acquired a love of 6mm wargaming, a 3D printer, and a pair of GW's lovely new Adeptus Titanicus Warhounds....well, it was fairly inevitable that I'd fall into playing Jervis Johnson's greatest work: Epic Armageddon! Not sure what exactly I'm going to build, just printing off cool 6mm vehicles and seeing what works.
Leman Russ tank company, fresh off the printer
The first 1500pts of an army (minus seven or so infantry stands! )
Post by Rolling Thunder on Apr 20, 2020 17:23:39 GMT -5
Aye, it's the same scale - notionally 6mm. I printed the Chimmies so there might be scaling issues, though some of the older Epic/Space Marine kits had larger stuff downscaled to 3mm or 2mm (1:600/1:900) so they fit better on the field. Titans, superheavies and flyers in particular. Pop a picture of your LR next to a 2p piece and we can see?
Rolling Thunder I ended up backing out of that kickstarter and I'll be ordering one of elagoo mars printers come payday. The name makes me think 'Electric Boogaloo', which is definitely a selling point
That's amazing RT. Any plans for a Capitol Imperialis?
Also : does it take a lot of resin clean-up to get them to that stage once they're out of the printer?
It looks like I may well wind up doing a Leviathan Command vehicle after all, as I'm likely to use the Cadians as both Steel Legion, Minervan Tank Regiment and Cadians: the Cadians use the Leviathen as a mobile command vehicle and their transports of choice are Stormlords.
Post by Rolling Thunder on Aug 10, 2020 7:04:47 GMT -5
It was £220ish, now down to £190 on Amazon. The figures aren't printed: they're the Microworld Wasteland Wasteland Warriors and Wasteland Gangers from Vanguard Miniatures and some from Bradley Miniatures.