The hero is a bit...generic. He can't really differentiate himself from the rest of the units. The pauldrons, skirt and guitar somewhat work, but it needs more. Now he just seems like a mere special unit. The heavy gunner somehow manages to look more like a hero because he looks different, he lacks the helmet, he dares to show his face.
Remember that the in most works of fiction (blatantly assuming), mooks are often faceless, or have generic faces. They are not important or interesting, you are not supposed to remember them as they only serve to decorate the surroundings. The hero has a face, and shows it. The hero is important.
That guitar is a mighty fine weapon by the way.
Zahru II wrote:I like the idea of armor to differentiate mandos; which is not an easy thing to do if you wanna keep them more or less in their original state (though you might wanna try and get some of those sick new deco ones that came in the mandalorian speeder for officers/spec ops).
Best way to make your hero more heroic is to slap a cape on its back. Capes are always cool.
Battlegrinder wrote:I agree that the hero could use a little tweaking, but other than you troops look OK. Though you might want to swap the heads around for some that aren't quite so horrifying, if you're planning on having them run around without helmets.
Bluefog wrote:I would switch helmets personally... for a start. I must say though, good call on BrickWarriors. Their shit is incredible. I'm a big fan. I have a bunch of their stuff.
Captain26618 wrote:I like your army so far. Your hero unit is pretty cool, I think.I look forward to seeing what is to come.
Kalvinator wrote:Just wondering, where are you getting your mandos from, as I am in dire need of some.
Maverick wrote:Kalvinator wrote:Just wondering, where are you getting your mandos from, as I am in dire need of some.
I think i got them in 2011 or 2012. I ordered them from Sweden. Sadly you can't buy them anymore (except for on bricklink)
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