Come and play demo games at the Goudse Spellendag. Of course we will bring our event models along!
Hi Collision fans, A few weeks ago we were attending the ‘Fanatic’, a cool event organized by Games-N-Stuff. Pascal played a game at our stand and did a interview with us, so check it here!
Time for another Nyx model!
This is the second Fury, armed with a carbine. She needs to get a little bit closer than the Reclaimers with their assault rifles, but she has less trouble with those pesky minimum ranges. As with the previous Fury we have opted for a really dynamic pose to show of the Nyx in the middle of combat.
The first sculpt for the Nyx is finished! We are proud to present the Fury.
Armed with a pistol and deadly Katana you can find here at the front of the action. She is a true close combat specialist, and if she doesn’t menage to finish off her opponent in a single combat action she has the skill to try and throw her enemy out of a window or from a ledge.
So Unwanted players be aware, she might be your match in hand to hand combat
Today we want to show you a conversion for the Unwanted. We are planning on doing a conversion for each model in the unwanted range. If all conversions are done we will even make some rules for them if you want to use them in your games of Collision.
With a sharp knife, carefully cut away the pieces of chains from the hands of the Executioner.
Use a hobby drill to carefully drill some holes through the hands. I used a drill bit that is roughly the same size as the piece of plastic rod.
Step 3 (optional):
Cut away the head of the miniature. Try to cut through the neck so the head and body don’t get damaged.
Step 4 (optional):
Do the same thing with the Executioner with the drill. Put the body aside with the head of the other Executioner because we will be using those for a a future conversion.
Put the piece of plastic rod through the hands of the model, make sure the hands are facing the right way and are on the right side. Now you can glue the hands to the arms using some super glue.
Drill a hole in the middle of piece of concrete. (I also cut away some pieces here and there to make the concrete block a little bit smaller)
Take the piece of soda can and cut it in the shape of a traffic sign. Best to use an old pair of scissors for this because it is quite bad for them. I Have chosen to make a “stop” sign but of course you can choose any type of sign.
Glue the sign on one end of the plastic rod and the piece of concrete on the other using super glue. You can now also glue on the head of the miniature if you opted to follow steps 3 and 4.
All you have to do now is glue your model to the base and you are ready to paint it!