Set of 31 poses of Space Marines ready for every fight in you RPG games. The figures come with front and back side, computer rendered and refined by hand. They are tall 30mm and designed to be printed at 300dpi with an incredible high quality detail, still good looking in spite of dimensions.
The poses vary from simple standing with or without weapon to several action activity such as shot with the Gel Gun, run, kneel, lay down, wave the knife or sneak.
The Space Marines First Class couldn't come without their Second Class leader in his own poses and weapon.
The armor is in Earth camouflage and a gold eagle is on the chest; the leader has a pale yellow chest patterned with a silver eagle. The whole groups are coordinated by Third Class Space Marines, here also with softh cap and devices like visors or while reading a map. For this guys also the shoulders are painted in yellow.
Moreover, the box contains the covers to decorate the bases. Two kind of terrains will be found: green earth and metal grid in order to maintain a wider range of fight situations.
Review from FictionalReality.org Magazine
- "In this pdf set you get three pages of sci-fi marines, a page of bases, and a page of instructions.
The first page, or squad, of marines has eleven different warriors. Their armor is a fully sealed suit that's painted in a green camouflage scheme with a dark yellow bird on their chest. Most of them are without weapons in ready positions. The first three are standing at various stages of attention and would make good sentries or guards. Then you get an unarmed one walking before you get to two guys that are in hand-to-hand fighting poses without weapons. On the second row you get just five guys but these are a bit more ready for battle in the far future. The first two are in hand-to-hand fighting poses and carry either some kind of blade. The next guy carries a combat rifle across his chest in a pose that suggests he's ready to fight. The last two from this squad have a dark yellow breastplate that sets them off a bit from the rest of the guys in the squad, and they have a pistol in a holster on their belt.
With squad two we get lots of guys with ranged weapons out and ready for combat. Nine guys are carrying combat rifles and each is in a different pose. Two carry pistols and are also engaged in shooting or targeting the enemy. Again, you have two guys with yellow breastplates, the ones with pistols, to set them off as officers.
Squad three has nine guys and seven of them are officer types. One is looking through binoculars, another is consulting a map and others are standing, walking or firing a pistol. The last two guys from this sheet are regular marines that are armed with heavy weapons. These could be rocket launchers or heavy lasers, but can be sprinkled into a unit of guys with combat rifles.
Each marine can be assembled to stand on either metal plating or on a mix of sand and grass. The bases are separate pieces that you'll need to print out in addition to the guys themselves and they are designed to stand on a standard plastic slotta-base but I think that in the end they would be ok just standing on the cardstock base by itself. Each marine has a front and back facing that match up nicely, but almost every one of them has a void between their legs that needs to be trimmed away after you fold and glue the front onto the back of the model. If you're building just a few guys this won't be a big deal but if you're wanting to replace a large number of regular models with cardstock ones, which is not a bad idea, then you need to be ready for a good amount of extra trimming of the area between the legs of almost every one of these models.
For less than the cost of a single metal figure you can get a whole slew of guys to print out, assemble and play with." -
Review by Mark Theurer
Fictional Reality Gaming E-Zine