Today we have the UCM Seraphim Strike Fighter – a ground attack powerhouse according to David over at Hawk wargames.
I have to say that this fighter looks a beast! I expect a large payload capacity, on a sleek yet powerful looking airframe. The twin cockpit is interesting; the Seraphim looks like it has the capability of a Joint Strike Fighter with air to air and bombing capability. Very nice! 🙂
Another nice miniature for ZombiePirate to swoon over.
Today we have a picture from my beloved Post Human Republic, this time some armour in the form of the PHR Juno A1 variant IFV. Dave informs us that there is also a A2 variant which has a pair of miniguns. Sweet!
I believe that the silver socket on the turret is the connector to attach the Juno IFV to a carrier, this socket is seen on most of the miniature from the PHR faction, again nice attention to detail and consistency. I am not sure if this IFV is a front or rear engine, looks most likely to to be rear, but they maybe space for some infantry carrying ability? We will have to wait and see 🙂
I really like the clean lines and the small turret mounted weapons on the top for infantry support. I think I would paint the dome on the front as either an armoured drivers window or some sort of sensor. Until we have the rules for them it’s hard to tell what is best, but I think that would add some character. Looking at the front wheels it seems that the front pair turn together as the tyres are smaller than what must be the rear drive wheels. Nice attention to detail!
Well after the bank holiday and a full day back at here in the UK we are treated by a new image from Hawk wargames sneek peaks on the run up to the lanch date. This time the Shaltari Warspear Heavy Fighter.
I really like the colour choice on this range, must have been a lot of work to paint all of these to this standard, not bad for a bloke working on his own! I really like the mirror effect as if the machine picks up and uses the suns power for it’s systems. It’s really impressive that these race specific designs are included in some capacity on each and every miniature so far.