Sunday, 9 May 2010

G.O.T. Warthog

I first saw this vehicle early last year (?) when Jed from Antenociti's Workshop posted prototype pics on AW's website - it had seats on the rear then which I liked but were, I think, poorly received so Jed 'removed'  them. The Warthog was released very recently as part of the G.O.T. (Governance of Technology) game created by AW - a huge release of figures, vehicles and scenery and I ordered a couple of Warthogs and thirteen of the figures (I'll get back to these at a later date - suffice to say they are very well sculpted and cast and, where appropriate, include bases with bits of scenery attached). I've been trying to make some progress on the commissions but couldn't resist building (just a few parts) and starting painting a camo version. Here is the basic camo...

What I particularly like about the Warthog is its generic look and scale - figures from 25mm to 40mm fit really well eg Hasslefree

Pig Iron

HLBS (40mm) - the Warthog has had some lining added and a first filter (Mig blue for Panzer Grey)

The HBLS Future soldiers are ok but their feet are too small - I'm going to resculpt them because I like the look of the Warthog with figures of this scale.


  1. Nice camo work.

    The warthog is on my "to Buy" list :)

  2. Thanks Guys - looking forward to two weeks in sunny Spain in June, Poncho; no painting though :(

    The Warthog is nice isn't it - front wheel 'axle' fitting is a bit vague but apart from that and a little care in positioning of the front 'bumpers' and rear mudguards it's ready to paint within 15 mins - I've just ordered another two.
    A and C, If you're inspired to buy by seeing it here please tell Jed at Antenociti