The immortal phrase from Obi Wan Kenobi, that started the whole debate, whether stormtroopers were really that accurate, as the movies and shows have shown that actually the Tuskens are normally better shots than the stormtroopers ! LOL Well I've got another squad of TK's finished to help add more firepower, so that if they are terrible shots, maybe I can take out some rebels with massed fire power ! LOL
While I've been working on this squad I've also got another two scout bikers done as well, which now brings me up to a squad of six, and as their from the starter box, I now have the elusive model facing backwards to fire his pistol.
While I've been working on these Imperials and also the ones I've shown previously I decided to get the Darth Vader from the starter set painted as well, I've given him an Icey base for when I finally get onto the Hoth side of things, which will be a while away ! LOL
Tried a few new ways on the black to try and differentiate between the different materials, hopefully it comes across in the pictures, I've still got one more Vader model that Frank sent me, and I think I'm going to attempt an OSL colour scheme on him as if he's in a corridor like at the end of Rogue One. I've got one more model today who isn't technically Imperial but does work with them, Baylan Skoll, who was played by Ray Stevenson in the recent series Ahsoka, before he passed away. this was a present at Christmas from one of my daughters. As a character it was an interesting one, no longer Jedi, but not Sith either, hence his lightsabre was orange. As IU didn't have any orange lightsabre rod, I used the red, and put a yellow contrast over it, as that's orange. This model was a 3D print, and the quality was very good.