Thursday, 1 September 2016

Unboxing Raging Heroes - Drusilla Lepic

"Up, up and away..."

In this feature we're going to look at one of the characters for the Iron Empire...

For those of you who are interested in the background for Raging Heroes various 'Toughest Girls of the Galaxy' projects then the link to their original Kickstarter can be found here, their last project is here and their own website is located here. Most of their original Kickstarter is now available to purchase retail. There is also apparently a game system in development but until then I'm sure there are many other systems that you can be using them for...

First we'll have a brief look at the background for the Iron Empire and then we'll meet Drusilla Lepic.

The Iron Empire is made up of exiled people that have somehow stumbled upon necromantic knowledge from alien pharaonic gods. They combine Prussian and Germanic influences with some kind of Aegyptian cyber necromancy that allow them to raise the dead and create bio-mechanical aberrations.

Drusilla Lepic
Meet Drusilla Lepic, the Iron Empire's Sky Captain of the Jet Girls, an epic character who leads a squadron of human jet soldiers blazing through the skies at high velocity. 
If there's an impossible mission calling for infiltration or surgical strike, you can depend on Drusilla and her cohorts being the ones for the job!

Drusilla Lepic - Unassembled
Here's pictures of both sides of the unassembled model parts.

A Brief Note About Resin Models.
Also it's worth noting that many resin models have a slightly greasy feel caused by the substance they use to stop them sticking to the moulds during production and this can cause issues with paint not sticking to the model properly. Carefully washing the parts in soapy water will remove this should your model be unduly affected. Parts that are bent (or that aren't and you want to be) can be corrected by heating up slightly in warm water and then bending into the required configuration.

Drusilla Lepic - Assembled
This model consists of three pieces with two of these being the models outstretched arms. The arms are quite thin but have more than adequate attachment points so should cause no issues during the assembly process. The attachment point on the base isn't particularly large so the model may have minor transportation issues

Other unboxing and reviews of some raging Heroes 'Toughest Girls of the Galaxy' models as well as some features on other companies products can be found at this link here.

Thoughts and comments are (as usual) most welcome.

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