Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Floating Skullballs Make Me Happy....

Image copyright Privateer Press, used without permission
Whether it's their Wraith engine or this thing, every time I turn around Privateer Press turns out something cool. Between this and their stompy Warjack goodness, it's almost as if they want me to try their game or something. 


Maybe if I sell a WHF army or two?


If I hadn't already made a Zoanthrope model, this thing would be it. Maybe Skullball will be my new Overlord or something, I dunno. Either way, I want one. 

5 comments:

Tim said...

I like their sculpts but I feel their range lacks variety...The warjacks all look extremely similar, it's hard to tell the difference between the factions. Their character models are great though. I'm just not into steam-punk though (maybe if it had more punk and less steam, I'd like it). Not trolling, just commenting...

#2501 said...

I know what you mean, Tim. While they're extremely well art-directed and definitely have a distinct visual style, the variety just isn't there. It's all large torsos and small legs. At least their Warcasters and other infantry-sized models have a bit more distinctiveness to them, though.

Mordian7th said...

That's a pretty slick model - may be ideal for a Dark Mechanicus character! I agree with Tim, the warjacks leave me cold, but their infantry/character models have found plenty of use in my Necromunda and Rogue Trader campaigns...

Von said...

I gravitated to Cryx largely because they have a greater variety of 'jack chassis (and they're undead). I agree that the humanoid factions' jacks do sort of blur together after a while (and they're not undead so who cares).

Glad I'm not the only one who actually likes the Overseer figure, too...

SinSynn said...

I'd love to see what you could do with a Cryx army...