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Red Rocket + Leadfoot: My First Gaslands Team by JordanGreywolf Red Rocket + Leadfoot: My First Gaslands Team :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 0 The Atomic 66 Cafe - Inside and Out by JordanGreywolf The Atomic 66 Cafe - Inside and Out :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 2 1 Dr. Hellstromme (Hell on Earth) by JordanGreywolf Dr. Hellstromme (Hell on Earth) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 3 The Mysterious Stranger by JordanGreywolf The Mysterious Stranger :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 4 Iron Alliance Templar by JordanGreywolf Iron Alliance Templar :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 0 0 The Unstoppables in Miniature by JordanGreywolf The Unstoppables in Miniature :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 3 2 Mutant Road Crew by JordanGreywolf Mutant Road Crew :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 0 Stagecoaches at the Occidental Hotel by JordanGreywolf Stagecoaches at the Occidental Hotel :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 3 7 Nuka Girl, Space Heroine (Chronoscope #50227) by JordanGreywolf Nuka Girl, Space Heroine (Chronoscope #50227) :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 2 2 Tap-Dancing Unicorn by JordanGreywolf Tap-Dancing Unicorn :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 2 3 Deadlands Hell on Earth Wormlings by JordanGreywolf Deadlands Hell on Earth Wormlings :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 2 0 Deadlands Hell on Earth Knights Templar by JordanGreywolf Deadlands Hell on Earth Knights Templar :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 3 0 Wasteland Junker by JordanGreywolf Wasteland Junker :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 2 1 Deadlands Mad Scientist - It's Aliiiiive! by JordanGreywolf Deadlands Mad Scientist - It's Aliiiiive! :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 0 Stagecoach Driver #2 by JordanGreywolf Stagecoach Driver #2 :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 0 Toxic Shaman by JordanGreywolf Toxic Shaman :iconjordangreywolf:JordanGreywolf 1 0

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Red Rocket + Leadfoot: My First Gaslands Team
Die-cast and plastic roughly 1:64 (S) scale toy vehicles modified with assorted bits and epoxy putty to use as playing pieces for Osprey Publishing's "Gaslands" tabletop game.  "Red Rocket" is a Hot Wheels '52 Chevy Pickup modified with the "grinder" unit from the bottom of a HorrorClix "Carnage Bot" figure, a super glue cap tip, a spare rocket launcher and grill from a Warhammer 40K kit, and some texture-stamped epoxy putty.  "Leadfoot" is a Maisto "Leadfoot" car (I couldn't think of a better name) with a plastic gun from a HeroClix "Foolkiller" figure for the rooftop turret, a plastic grill bit from a Warhammer 40K Chaos vehicle kit, some thin cardboard for wheel covers, and epoxy putty for the rest.

In Gaslands terms, this would be a 50-can team, 25 points each.  "Red Rocket" would be a middleweight truck (15 pts) with a ram (4 pts) and a rocket launcher (6 pts); I can reattach the rocket pods to either be forward- or rear-facing.  "Leadfoot" would be a middleweight car (12 points) with an HMG turret (4 x 3 = 12 pts) and grenades (1 pt).  I know my strategy is horrible, and I could easily have fielded a team with 3 cars, or even gone for some buggies or bikes for more, but this was heavily influenced by: a) What I actually had on hand to convert; b) What I actually had TIME to convert before my friends start their games.

"Red Rocket" is the logo of a fictitious fuel/fusion company from Fallout 4, and hence is a property of Bethesda Softworks.  (I was going for a bit of a "This could be something from Fallout" vibe, even if that's not true of Gaslands as a whole.)
The Atomic 66 Cafe - Inside and Out
Plastic toy building (from a thrift store -- unknown manufacturer) and HorrorClix "Carnagebot" modified with Hirst Arts Castlemolds pieces, acrylic paint, and paper printed elements to represent a retro-futuristic post-apocalyptic automated roadside cafe in 32mm gaming scale.  The "Atomic 66 Cafe" is the site for one of my "Rooby-Doo" (Scooby/Fallout mash-up) Savage Worlds RPG scenarios this upcoming weekend at Necronomicon in Tampa, Florida.
Dr. Hellstromme (Hell on Earth)
Reaper / Studio 2 S2P80001 "HoE Hellstromme," 32mm scale pewter gaming miniature, from the Deadlands: Hell on Earth Reloaded Kickstarter.  Most of the miniatures from this Kickstarter were sculpted by Bob Ridolfi, but this particular one was sculpted by Julie Guthrie.  I tried to paint this up to approximate the color concept art by Cheyenne Wright.  The miniature comes in three parts -- main body, with two separate arms -- and therefore I have some leeway in how to position the arms.  Given Dr. Hellstromme's reputation as a mad scientist, I figured that in his cyber-incarnation, it would only be appropriate to have his arms held high as if laughing maniacally to the heavens as one of his new creations comes to "life."

Finally!  This represents the last of the Hell on Earth Kickstarter minis in my collection that I took so long to get painted up.  There were a few other minis that I simply didn't *get*, and I might somehow get some of those and paint them up later, but for now at least I have one more box checked off my "Need to get around to painting this some day" list.  (But that's one LONG list, so it doesn't really count for much.)
The Mysterious Stranger
Reaper Miniatures Chronoscope #50051 "Max Decker, Private Eye," painted up as the Mysterious Stranger from the Fallout game franchise (as depicted in the FPS versions from Fallout 3 onward).  In my Fallout-themed Savage Worlds / Deadlands: Hell on Earth RPG scenarios, this guy occasionally shows up as the result of someone playing the "Mysterious Stranger" Adventure Card.  (I haven't yet managed to make the "Miss Fortune" mini as per Fallout: New Vegas.  That one's going to be a bit of a challenge!)  Despite the post-apocalyptic setting, he somehow manages to stay fashionable.

This fellow may make a special appearance in my "Rooby-Doo and the Atomic Cafe 66" RPG scenario this upcoming weekend at Necronomicon in Tampa, Florida.
Iron Alliance Templar
Reaper Miniatures / Studio 2 #S2P80019 "Iron Alliance Figure #2 - Male" -- 32mm scale pewter gaming miniature from the Deadlands: Hell on Earth Kickstarter.  This was the second of the "Iron Alliance" minis from the Kickstarter -- in that it was up to a pledger to determine what it would be, by pledging a ridiculous amount of money for the privilege.  Alas, I never got a clue as to who had made the pledge, or what the story was behind the miniature -- the concept art was only a black-and-white pencil sketch, and it didn't look like the style of Cheyenne (who was doing the concept art for the figures in the Kickstarter), so I rather suspected that the pledger might have supplied it him- or herself.  The sketch only showed an individual in jeans and hoodie (no indication of any print or color on the hoodie), standing with a sort of "cyber-blade" positioned over his shoulder, and eyes hidden behind shades.  If only it weren't for that blade pressed up against the back of the head (or, if that had only been cast as a separate piece to glue on), this would have been easy kit-bash fodder -- I mean, guy in a hoodie.  Very basic.  No "license plate junk armor" or "teddy bear on the belt" or punk or generic post-apoc stylings at all.  Except for the vaguely "cyber" stylings on the hilt, it could work for modern-day just fine.  (But then, I suppose even that wouldn't be a disqualifier: I'm sure I've seen custom blades with "sci-fi" styled handles, but I imagine those are meant for wall decor, not actual slicing and dicing.)

Anyway, unfortunately the "cyber-lines" on the sword handle really didn't come through in the sculpt -- or at least, by the time I'd sprayed on a base coat, there was no sign of them.  It would be quite a challenge for me to free-hand something like that, so I just opted to draw on some "grip lines" and be done with it.  For the hoodie, I couldn't settle on what color to paint it, and leaving it PLAIN struck me as a shame.  Considering the character is holding a sword, I got the idea of painting him up as a "Knight Templar" -- from a faction well-known for swords, that is.  I suppose I could have painted him up as an "Anti-Templar" just as easily, but the stereotypical Anti-Templar needs some "skullz" or spikes or lots of buckles, or something "METAL," I think.

I don't know if he'd work for Fallout.  Do hoodies exist there?  ;)  But I posed him with my existing post-apoc scenery, so there are still some ruined Nuka-Cola machines in the foreground.
Recently, I've helped out with a few "figure flat" illustrations for the sci-fi/cyberpunk setting of "Interface Zero 2.0" (from Gun Metal Games), and I also wrapped up a sci-fi/horror campaign using a slight variation on the same setting.  (I was using the beta test rules, so some of the details of my setting were put together before all of the "fluff" came out for the proper IZ setting.  My version of Ceres, for instance, is a bit more remote and claustrophobic and horror-appropriate than the version that appears in the space supplement for IZ 2.0.)

Anyway, some of my more recent uploads are samples of the "flat art" done for a project related to that for the IZ 2.0 Kickstarter.  The idea is that, in lieu of having 3D miniatures, you might use little paper fold-ups that have pictures of characters and creatures to represent their positions on the table.  The artwork would end up being shrunk down to about 1" to 1.25" tall, so it's okay that it's a bit rough and sketchy.  Some of them suffer a bit more than others for being blown up large enough to show off here, so I'm definitely not sharing the whole lot of them.

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T. Jordan "Greywolf" Peacock
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States
Concept illustrator, word processing specialist, layout editor, and miniatures gamer (among other things).


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lady-cybercat Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday!! birthday cake :HappyBirthday: 
ardashir Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Once again wishing you a very happy birthday.
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2017
A year later, and Happy Birthday again!
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!  Had a great time hitting thrift stores, on the hunt for more junk to transform into scenery.  :)
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2017
Glad to hear you had such a good time.
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2016
Happy Birthday, and many joyous returns of the day!
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!  I had a very happy birthday.  :)  I went out to Rock 'n' Brews (a restaurant franchise co-owned by Gene Simmons, with lots of rock memorabilia, classic rock videos playing on big screens around the place, and such).  It just so happened that they had a classic car (and motorcycle) show in the parking lot that day.  Too bad I didn't have my camera with me.  :(  (Next week I DID remember.  No car show that week, but as I was coming in the front door, the attendant told me to turn around -- and as I did and looked, I could see the trail of a rocket going up.  This place was out in the middle of a wide field, without much building-up nearby, so there were no obstructing trees or buildings, and for once it was a not-cloudy day.  I managed to snap off a picture of that, but ... eh, it's just a vertical trail in the sky.  I guess it's just one of those "you had to be there" things.)

But I digress.  There was a DeLorean (the stainless steel kind, a la Back to the Future), tons of Mustangs of various years, an old 1952 Ford F1 pickup (the kind the Fallout "Pick-R-Up" truck is modeled after), some crazy cars on overblown hydraulic suspension, some '50s hot rods ... but I think my favorite was this beat-up-looking car that looked like someone had taken a '30s coupe and "Mad-Maximized" it with an engine that needed cut-outs in the hood to make room for, with bolted-on bits of scrap metal here and there, and lots of rust.  The catch was ... it wasn't really rust.  The car had been done up with texture effects and spray-painted "dust."  No car wash would ever help THAT car.  Very cool.

Also, since this is Florida, the weather was just about perfect out on the deck.  Oh yeah, and the food was pretty good, too.

Anyway, I hope your Holidays are Happy!  (I'm too late to wish a Merry Christmas, unless retroactively, or very, VERY early.)
ardashir Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2016
Thanks for the holiday wishes, and it's good to hear that you had such a great birthday.
Wicked-Wild-Woohoo Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2016
Greetings and Happy Birthday to thee, Jordan! May your birthday be a treasured event and filled with happiness. Pleasant wishes go out to you! <3 
JordanGreywolf Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks muchly!  :)  My birthday was indeed happy.  (I'll just try not to think too much about how many candles....)
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