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.


  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!

    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