This guy is the Steampunk Tin Woodsman from Reaper-- I removed the axe and painted him up as an old robot for use in all sorts of settings.
Next up is the actual first mini completed of 2016- Chewbacca from the Imperial Assault game. I don't have the game but I've been admiring some of the minis I've seen for it. I decided to give Chewie a try after seeing this little-known movie that was recently released.
The integral base was not quite big enough,but luckily I've been toying around with the bases I got from the Cool Mini Or Not Kickstarter for the MicroArt Studios base system. So I carefully chopped off the base and looked for a good fit. The Wraithstone bases seemed a little Star Wars to me (Cloud City, maybe?) and I pinned him to a 40mm-ish one (they're actually supposed to go into a rounded lip base, but I'm not a big fan of that style of base- I think it looks good like this).
Another reason I haven't gotten into the Imperial Assault minis (yet) is because I wasn't sure how they would scale with what I've already got for possible cross-play. Above is a DeadZone Enforcer from Mantic, Chewie, A Trooper from teh Sedition Wars box, and an old Void Viridian Marine. Below we have HassleFree's Alice, Chewie, Hasslefree space girl in powered armor, and a Cthood Trooper from the Wargames Factory Sci-Fi Troopers plastic kit.
Above: Chewie and a Sebeki from Crocodile Games. Below: Chewie and an old SuperFigs miniature Dr. Simian (his paintjob was inspired by Chewbacca).
Cthulhu and Chewbacca.
Above: the TARDIS and Chewie. Below: Reaper's cargo container and Chewie.
Shhh! It's a sneak peek of some minis that will hopefully be done sooner rather than later....