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Woo-hoo! About flipping time these were done!
Anyone who has read or Followed this blog for any considerable length of time will likely be aware that the various Hadron incarnations (Captain Hadron; Mini Hadron; Giant Hadron) have been in my painting queue, unfinished, for a long, long time. In fact, it was two years ago this month that I received my Giant Hadron.
Well 2 of the 3 for the set are done as part of one of this month's Challenges: New Broom January.
Evidently I needed the carrot (or is it a stick?) of a Challenge to get these done, and it has worked.
The finished work is probably a bit rough by recent standards, but that is probably because I have struggled so much to get these done. I am not overly worried that they may be a bit rough as I am more than happy they are done. they have been hanging over me for far too long, and sometimes things need to simply be finished off. That includes accepting Captain Hadron leans at a funny angle (due to being re-attached to his base; I am not doing it again).
Anima Tactics (click for link here) mini this month, and if I succeed in all the Challenge minis I should have a fairly successful month by my meager standards.
Sculptors on these are: James Van Schaik (Captain Hadron), and Jarek Smolka (Mini Hadron).
In game terms the Hadrons can swap between different sizes. In the current edition Giant Hadron is limited to 1 or 2 rounds depending on other choices (like taking Dr. Mercury), but expect more choices around the use of Hadron in the upcoming Supreme Edition.