Friday, 15 June 2018

Street Wars Devil's Outcasts Gang & Kitbash Games Comp

Started these a while back. Quite soon after receiving them. Getting them cleaned up and based quite quickly. However when it got to painting them all I ended up with a sort of block on how to do the denim on them. I have sort gotten my head around it now and am happy with how they have turned out.

I will be getting some decals for the back of there jackets from Funky Skull Games but need to save up some cash as I want to get some of their cool looking laser cut acrylic counters to use in the game also.

I hope to get some games in soon. Pulp Citizen is planning on doing the Cobra's at some point. I have decided to base them on 25mm rounds instead of the 30mm lipped bases they come with. As I plan to use them in my Post Apoc games and 7TV Crime Cast and get as much use out of them as possible.

The whole gang done.
Tremor the gangs Warlord

Scum (Street Soldier)

Animal and Banana's (Lieutenant and Street Soldier)



Bull and Maggot (Street Soldier and Lieutenant)

Beanz and Paddy (Street Soldier and New Blood)



In other news this week Pulp Citizen is running a competition over at his Kitbash Games Blog page. To win a resin copy of the below Doc Cosmos figure.



All you to need to do is sign up to follow the blog and leave a comment on the Competition Post for an entry and chance to win a Doc Cosmos figure. As the blog increases in followers there will be more draws for the awesome looking Doc Cosmos for 25, 50 and 100 followers



Kitbash Games Competition Link



36 comments:

  1. Great looking gang Simon, good idea to use bases so you can get multiple uses out of them

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    1. Thanks Dave! The Cobra's are my favourites but I do have another gang which has been converted but isn't available to buy as yet.

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  2. Nicely done Simon!. I wish more companies would create decal sets for use on 28mm miniatures. T-shirt's, Jackets, etc.

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    1. Thanks Terry. Yeah indeed. Company B miniatures is a good place to get some setup not sure on costs mind but a group effort could bring the cost down we have done similar with Cobra and Gi Joe Decals.

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    1. Cheers Michal! Wish my camera was better!

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  4. That's a cool-looking gang, Simon, and usable in many games.

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    1. Thanks Bryan yep I hope they get many an outing!

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  5. They are so cool. And I agree, they fit in a post-apoc setting perfectly; so extra points for that!

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    1. Cheers Suber! I may get a second set for some conversions

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  6. Great looking gang and useful in a whole host of games.

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    1. Thank you Joe. Certainly will be good for gangs in Zombie gaming as well.

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  7. Excellent looking minis and a brilliant paint job Simon. Good call on switching the bases so they'll fit in with the post-apoc games :-)

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  8. These are great Simon and I am so glad that they got the green light after a difficult start. Looking forward to seeing how the game works.

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    1. Thanks Michael. Couldn't put my finger on it just don't know why I found them such a hurdle to overcome.

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  9. Some fine work there feller. Well done.

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  10. Excellent work on the gang mate; very well done. :)

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  11. Looking good mate.
    I think you have really captured that demin look.
    Cheers
    Stu

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    1. Thanks Stuart I am pleased with how they all turned out.

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  12. Another "fun" looking street gang, Simon :) I like the pickelhaube!

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    1. Cheers Dean, Yeah he was a fun one to paint.

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  13. yet more great figures. I have always enjoyed that film (and book). So playing the game would be a good thing as well.

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    1. Yeah the film is great I watched it again whilst painting these. I hope to get around to the others soon ish!

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  14. Of course the painting is really great as usual. But I don’t know how these guys can be used for post apoc, unless the world ended in 1983! Or maybe they just raided a thrift store? They certainly have a MTV 80s music video vibe about them don’t they? 😀

    Actually that’s probably a sign that the miniatures are well sculpted and well painted. 😀

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    1. Thanks Stew, Depends on when your Apocalypse is set. These mix in with my Bikers really nicely. I will sort out some pics for my next posting.

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  15. The whole gang, new recruits included, look great. Stunning work Simon. Also nice to see a diverse gang and not the stereotypical run-of-the-mill single race gang.

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    1. Thanks it was good as an experiment to try different skin tones and ways of doing it.

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  16. Great looking work, that denim is spot on.

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  17. What a badass looking group, despite them being painted in bright colours do they look as if they mean business.

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    1. Cheers I was aiming for the Warriors type gangs and they had lots of bold colour schemes.

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