Dust Tactics: Master Sergeant Rosie Donovan - ASCOM

The Dust Tactics universe has quite a few strong female characters. And by strong female characters I mean ladies with lovely figures who wear tight fitting clothing, tote heavy weaponry as if it were the latest fashion and kick ass.

Master Sergeant Rosie Donvoan comes with the Dust Tactics: Operation Cyclone Campaign Expansion. Her Bazooka adds anti-armour firepower to any Allied squad she joins and her 'Tank Head' ability allows her to repair damaged vehicles in the field.

Master Sergeant Rosie Donovan - ASCOM
Rosie was a fun miniature to paint, simple, quick and definitely stands out from the olive clad units she typically joins.

17 comments:

  1. That is a frigging humungous bazooka she's carrying! And one-handed to boot. She must have serious arm strength. Still, lovely figure and very well painted, Adam.

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    1. It must be all that heavy duty spanner work? Either than or she's a bantham weight powerlifting champion? Thank you Bryan

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  2. What a great character and an amazing bit of kit!

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    1. Thanks Michael. It is a pretty epic bit of gear!

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  3. Along with all her other "powers" surely she should raise morale of all those around her ?

    Great brush-work on her.

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    1. Absolutely Joe. Although I sense a bit of an attitude there too! Thank you kindly

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  4. Lovely bazookas dude. Sheldon showed up with the Axis starter force last night, they looked pretty sweet.

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    1. Why thank you sir! Great to hear Bob, might we have a convert in the making?

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    2. Who knows dude, I really like the zombie side of it.

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  5. She's looking great!

    And don't be silly about the weapon weight - surely it's made of advanced light weight materials. Weapons in sci fi are so large and armours so thick because they're so light that if they were any smaller, the owner would've mistaken them for toys!

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    1. Thank you Mathyoo and I LOVE your sciencexplanation!

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  6. Looking good Ad. Probably first time I've seen this mini besides the concept art. Like it a lot looks great.

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    1. Thanks Simon. It's a pretty cool model and it does look pretty decent in contrast to the concept art, although I don't think the hair quite pulls off what they'd intended. I consdered re-modelling it but this time around I just decided to run with it.

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  7. Beautiful work on this babe!

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  8. Neat lookin' gal. A rough tough no-nonsense little sweetie.

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    1. Cheers Jay, you're not wrong there sir!

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