Friday, 4 March 2011

Old Skaven Madness - part 5 - Globadiers

Hello all,
More Skaven today! This post presents two quite converted Globadiers (of the modern type - these are still the current models, right?). Or perhaps psycho-robot-rats would be more a appropriate title :-).

I never really got them to work but almost always fielded a few just for laughs and as they were cheap it added an additional dimension to the games (and even more friendly fire :-)). These two guys were subsequently used as blitzers in a Bloodbowl tournament, hence the numbers.

As for parts - I havn't the faintest idea, but they look like I sprayed them with superglue and dipped them in my bitsbox before painting them. I think I can spot a few very old Space Marine shoulder pads  and a powerglove from the old plastic SM set, some gargoyle parts and a chainsaw from an orc - and of course a lot of spiky bits :-). The thing on the arm - I have no idea!

I think they turned out allright..

Anyways, stay tuned for more Skaven (I still got about 3000 points of painted Skaven to present .-)).
Best regards,

1 comment:

  1. Now I see that before we just had "old skaven", now we have the "madness"! ;)

    This really looks like a fun army. I have played a couple of games of 8th edition warhammer and although it is a bit more focused on troop blocks the rules still seem to favour big monsters, war machines and heros unfortunately. Kings of War from Mantic games is a new comer, but is totally unit-to-unit based and looks promising and a bit more like warmaster in 28mm. I have some models, but no real experience of the game (only rules for elves, undead and dwarfs so far, with Orcs coming soon).

    Looking forward to the next instalment.


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