Take note: I am not certain if I am doing number five or number six. This is merely a WIP installment, a view into my building methods, in a way.
About this creation
And as you can see, my technique is very chaotic.
But it works.
The first pic is the underlying baseplate and some of the figs that may be involved; I'm not currently sure which will go on, it'll have to wait until I finish the landscape.
And the landscape; sorry about the grainy pic, I usually take my photos from a different angle with a tripod, but my bed, which was the photography platform these pics were taken from, is not a stable location.
As you can see, the trench and the machinegun emplacement at the end has already taken shape; whether or not I use the semiportable autocannon and the jump infantry is debatable; it'll depend on the situation and if my plan for the plotline can work.
And this pic shows my Zenith E, which will act as mobile fire support for the infantry, and that scar-boy I built.
As you can guess, credit for the arms and aesthetics goes to just about every member of the EOS, credit for the body internals and legs goes to meself and credit for the head goes to CountBlockula on brickshelf, originator of BRICKFA, for the head of his DarkTrooper fig.
Quoting Combusting Waffle
This will look great. Like the addition of your Phoenix in there, looks nice. Is that Strider a Anti-Ska-Boy?
Actually no, it's a multi-role strike unit. It doesn't try to do as many things as some I've seen, though: it's not meant as an uber super mecha-swiss army knife for every tactical environment, just as a harrasser-light attacker-raider-ambusher-light fire support unit. Oh, and it can take a role as a space combat vehicle, with the appropriate modifications. On the dio front, I've finished the trenchscape; ran out of parts, really. It looks fine, it's just not as long as I thought it would be. There's actually going to be two extra dios/landscapes: a snowy road type thing to explain why the EOS wasted a skarborr on a handful of infantry, (gonna be a perforated staff car involved, just as a hint) and a mountaintop type thing. I'm going to adjust a baseplate I've got for the mountaintop. I can't have the Zenith on the trenchscape; I don't think it's sturdy enough. I'm going to have it elsewhere, keeping artillery spotters away. The jettroopers are involved(they're the reason the staff car is holed) and the Phoeni -Phoenixes- whatever are most likely going to be supporting the Zenith. Still going to be there, it's just that the trenchscape is going to be a bit cluttered without any unnecessary extras.
Quoting Brian Mark
Can you provide instructions for those white robots, they look awsome!
There are no mechanical war vehicles involved; all are organically controlled. Instructions for the PA-42 will be included in one page when I get around to it, probably in the next decade or so. No gaurantees, however, as I have a documented tendency to get severely sidetracked.