Star Wars Imperial Assault


I’m just trying out a range of website templates and need a couple of blog posts to help me experiment; what better way to do that than with a few pictures of the awesome Star Wars Imperial Assault miniatures in action…

I’m also currently working on the next Imperial Assault painting guide which will feature Mak Eshka’rey and complete the base-set miniatures!

Needless to say, I am looking forward to continuing the series by covering figures from all of the current and future expansions for the game. 

Happy Painting!

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12 responses to Star Wars Imperial Assault

  1. Andrew says:

    Looking forward to Mak! Small nitpick though, you misspelled Han’s name in the photo gallery caption.

  2. Brandon says:

    Not sure where to post so I’ll just do it here!

    I have very much enjoyed and appreciate your painting tutorials. They are thorough and amazingly high in quality and have helped me overcome some of my procrastination as my decisions have been made much easier by mostly following what you do! So…thank you!

    I have one complaint (suggestion?) regarding your videos; I find that you don’t really have a solid conclusion in terms of presenting those beautifully painted miniatures. The final product seems to be “glossed over” with the list of paints and a brief spin around the model. My opinion: give us a good solid close up of that mini to show off ALL those amazing details and don’t skimp on it! I love to see the model come together in the tutorial, but I also love to see the final product as it gives me something to aim (and fall far short) for.

    Again, much thanks!

    • Sorastro says:

      Hi Brandon! Thanks for the comment and the helpful suggestion. I do now ensure that the text at the end of each video doesn’t obscure the miniature but I could also make the mini bigger if you like. I’m also going to be adding a pretty cool new feature to this website that I think you might enjoy… 🙂

      • Brandon says:

        My money is on an adjustable 360 degree view of every model you’ve painted…

        I’m hoping I’m correct!

  3. Brandon says:

    You sir are bold! I may just have to throw some money your direction for all of these excellent items…

  4. Chad says:

    Hey Sorastro, I just made some tiny waterslide decals of the rebel symbol for the Biv Bodhrik figure (his shoulder pad and gun). If you like I can send you some to try out.

    • Sorastro says:

      Hi Chad! Thanks for the comment and the offer. Sounds interesting! Would you happen to have any pictures so I can see how it looks?

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