Available in resin or white metal. Heroic 28mm scale.
THE JAILBIRDS DIVISION (JB)
(We nicknamed them the Rambettes.) They were the ones that started it all. They are a bunch of low-life bad-ass big-attitude girls who all ended up in planetary prison held by the Kurganov government. In the game, they will be used as small penitentiary contingents led by the Kurganova Shock Troops, or as a full autonomous faction (because, as you can easily imagine, many of them have escaped captivity). They are commando-style units with nothing to lose, and they specialise in acquiring enemy equipment for their own purposes.
Exquisitely detailed, far more so than GW miniatures. Reasonably easy to clean up, but some patience and care needed putting together some of the smaller parts which unhelpfully don't lock in place.
Figures themselves don't look out of place (and look pretty good) next to GW's Scions/Astra Militarium troops. A worthy addition to any collection. Recommended.
tres bon produit
Love the mini.
With the exception of the ammo belt, assembly was a snap.
The ammo belt needed a little hot water to get it adjusted to fit, a tense experience given the resin's brittleness.
Additionally, care must be taken to clean up the mold lines and flash as they occur in unfortunate locations with important detail (left side of face is particularly concerning).
Don't forget to wash the resin!
Cruz is my latest addition in my Jailbirds squad, I really wanted her because of the heavy weapon and the pose she assumes while shooting. I've already painted her and you can see her in my post on RH painted minis FaceBook page alongside the Wild Dogs squad I've also painted! Your minis are top notch and I'm planning on getting more very soon! You can be proud of your Girls they are superbly sculpted and i hope my painting is doing them justice. Thank you!
This miniature is probably going to inspire a hundred Necromunda gangs. Even among people who've never thought of playing it before. The whole sculpt radiates dogged go-to-hell attitude. But once again it's the details - The broken-down boots, the cigarette at the corner of her mouth, the sticking plaster on her cheek - That make her an individual rather than another 'tough chick with a big gun'.
Casting quality was very impressive, with no bubbles, and the only repairs necessary being a couple of miscast rounds on the ammo belt (Practical hint; To repair a problem like this, clean the area, get your tweezers, and superglue a sliver of styrene scrap in place. Once dry, carve it carefully down to shape. Time-consuming, but more reliable than attempting micro-sculpting. . .) Once again though; Do at *least* one dry-run before assembly, especially if you choose the belt-fed weapon option, as you may find one or more components require a little of the hot-water treatment to convince to mate up perfectly.