Thursday, 24 April 2014

Judge Dredd: East Meg Judges - Sentenoid

I managed to finish the Sentenoid from my East Meg judges today. This model is very retro, very early 1990s - it's a big beast, composed entirely of metal components. When I first saw it in the box, I was a little daunted: I still have nightmares about the old GW Furioso dreadnought, and trying to keep that in one piece when I was still a child....

My fears were unfounded: I simply pinned the arms and legs in place, and the model has stayed together throughout the painting process.



Here's a detail shot of the guns and sensors on the main body - I added a little weathering powder to the guns, to represent firing burn.


This shot shows the back of the model, detailed similarly to the front.


Here's a picture of the whole gang together - the colour scheme carries over well throughout the group.


A word on value for this set: it costs £30, which is actually very good value (even for the Judge Dredd game). These figures are around £5 each, which means the Sentenoid and Satelat are basically free.

2 comments:

  1. You can't go wrong with anything Dredd in my eyes, and these look bloody gorgeous. The light weathering on the guns of the Sentenoid is a nice touch - and what a bargain!

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    1. Thanks for the feedback - as you can see, I'm also a big fan of the Judge Dredd game. I really want Mongoose to start producing a Brit-Cit boxed set - some Brit judges are the next on my purchase list

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