Sunday, May 20, 2012

Sunday Starships: Swarm size comparison

I rediscovered my Entomalian Swarm-class super galactic dreadnought, which had been obscured by a box of Warhammer skeletons.  This big ship is the model I ordered from Monday Knight Productions several years back.  Here you can see the SGDN next to a pair of Superior Models-era Hornet-class stellar cruisers and a Louse-class star armored pursuit ship, which I recently stripped of their previous paint jobs.  The pewter casting of the capital ship is a lot brighter than the lead escorts next to it.

I need to get these painted so I can devise a scenario to use for them.  I've already thought of a title: Operation Bug Tussle.  Now that I remember I have a super galactic dreadnought for the bugs, it's going into the scenario.

5 comments:

Black Vulmea said...

Ah, Entomalians, where quantity is quality!

bluebirds40 said...

cool squadron, i plan on buying some of these this fall. prehapes we could get togther sometime in october or november and play a game of galactic knights

Desert Scribe said...

BV, I believe it was the Entomalian hivelord Yzzuv'Zhztaaaleen who once said, "Quantity has a quality all its own." :)

bb, we can definitely meet up for a game--and don't worry about minis, I have enough for both of us! :)

Gonsalvo said...

Slowly working on my own bug fleet; not much progress to be expected until after Borodino at Historicon in July, though.

Black Vulmea said...

Ah, Yzzuv'Zhztaaaleen, may his mandibles be praised!