The LED lights in the Voltron Ghost Arks are not so easy to see in a static photo. The interaction of the light with the glass of the beads gives a sparkling effect when you move around the table.
The UFO Doom Scythes hovering just over the rocks here, all have glowing LED laser cores for their death rays. Again, the flickering of the LED is not communicated well with a static photo. Take a closer look:
Here are my PEW PEW Stalkers. The Atari controllers worked out pretty well, in that the button still functions in operating the laser gun sound effects:
My ROBOTIX toybashed command barge in all it's glory:
This command barge also has LED lights on the inside, illuminating the Necron Lord with a flickering yellow light:
In the near future, I will be posting more detailed photos of each specific unit. I just had a Saturday morning free, and was able to load up on pics.
My last three 40k projects have been exceptionally satisfying. The 13th Vraksian Militia was my first foray into weathering, The Kabal of the Fursaken was my first collection where every model had putty-work and total conversion, and finally these Necrons have taught me to install lights and sound effects.
I enjoy learning new things, challenging myself, and experimenting. My current direction involves painting a number of Malifaux crews. I am experimenting with new painting materials, practicing with a wet pallet, and just generally painting with as many different techniques, styles and treatments as I can. As soon as I can take a series decent photos of my progress, I look forward to everyone's feedback.
Hope you enjoy the robots!