For what I find are often throwaway poses without any real attention (single piece minis with a gun, that is), these were really dynamic and had a good deal of character. I actually felt they had a little too much personality, because it made duplicate poses a little trickier to work with, though I still like them (and feel that Infinity's faces are really solid).
My other favorites, after the O-Yoroi suit, would have to be this pair. I feel the TRON base made them look really sleek, with of course the TRON bike reference (coulda' been fun to try to model the walls or w/e that they create, with acetate and an airbrush...), but also because of the special ops look that glossy black created.
In a parallel universe involving my client picking the other theme for these guys that we were talking about, I would instead be talking about how much fun it had been to make a whole bunch of Akira references on these spiffy bikes. I'm still considering doing that, myself, but I have a bajillion other personal projects in the works. Yes, I can use the word "bajillion." I'm talking about science fiction, which gives me the right to use any jargon or made up words I feel like.
The swords here really emphasize how different Infinity's sense of futuristic combat is from most settings. Where your average combat game (that I've played) tends to have a balance of melee and range, the Infinity's distinct emphasis on ranged combad shows a more realistic approach.
Confession time: while I have some Infinity minis, I've yet to actually read the rules more than superficially, nor actually play the game... I hope that doesn't make me a bad gamer...
So I lied-- I saved some of the angle shots for the end, just 'cause I felt like it. Really, one of the nicest big minis I've painted.
Finally, something I don't often do, a nice big group shot. While I'm not the happiest with it (the photo, not the project), it was a lot of fun setting out a nice, big displat of the whole force together. It gives a better sense of scale and order to the pics I've been taking.
Well, until next time, and all that...