Some recently painted Infinity miniatures:
From left to right that’s a Ghulam Doctor Plus, medical Nasmat, Bashi Bazouk, technical Nasmat, and Najjarun Engineer.
Played my first game as Druze Bayram Security on Friday, in my Infinity league match against Lovell. It was fun playing something different after fielding solely Shock Army the past 9 months. On the downside, I was busier than expected last week and barely prepped models—the last one I needed got glued to its base literally the moment Lovell arrived. I haven’t fielded unpainted models in a long time, and gave up a lot of soft points for it.
Partly to limit prep time and partly for awesome, I took an Anaconda backed by a Druze & Brawler fireteam, plus cheap bots for orders and domination points. Lovell did pretty much the same thing with his Spiral Corps, creating a Kiel-Saan versus Anaconda slugfest. I played first and was able to use the terrain to alternate between the Anaconda and the Druze team taking down targets threatening the other as they moved up board. I got a little too cautious in the final showdown with the Kiel-Saan and didn’t move units far enough up to reach Lovell’s DZ, but still claimed a Druze victory.
Always fun playing Lovell, and I was pumped to finally get Druze on the table after they’d been sitting on my shelf for sixteen months… Looking forward to prepping more models for Round 2!
Recently I’ve been slowly putting together some Guardsmen for Kill Team. I had some unfinished models on bases detailed using the Imperialis Basing Kit that Games Workshop made a few years back. The kit was kind of unique in that it didn’t have bases, it had little resin toppers that you put on top of bases (as well as some rocks, gravel, etc.). I have no idea why they did it that way. But I wanted to match the models I’d assembled with them, so I created some similarly styled base toppers to 3D print. They are now available on Thingiverse.