Not a jet bike... This was mostly finished on my workbench and I completed it to get it out of the way so I could have more space to spread out jet bike bits and get them assembled and painted (that's my story and I'm sticking to it!)
This is a Scout Sentinel model from Games Workshop. (and it is TM and © Games Workshop and assembled and painted by myself and posted here entirely without their permission)
It is the final thing I NEED to be able to field a complete Brigade Detachment of my Guaiacan Commandoes in 8th Edition 40K.
To fill the Fast Attack slots all my Scout Sentinels will have to be fielded as three individual units of one scout sentinel.
Ideally I'd like to field them in larger teams or troops, but that will have to wait...
I have two others to work on, but they're for the Tallarn...
All three of the Guaiacan Commando Sentinels. The one in the centre I picked up off eBay already assembled (which is why it doesn't have the camo-laced roll bars.
As I'm pretty sure there are no Catachan Roughriders (at least not any GW ones, there are THESE, however), Sentinels are pretty much the only real Fast Attack option (okay there is the flame-tank, but I like the idea of foot-mobile jungle fighters without any armoured support). As I mentioned, at some point, I'd like to pick up 3-6 more of these to field them in teams of two or full troops of three!?
The only other thing I'm currently planning to add is a few more heavy weapon teams - I ordered a couple more las-cannons, mortars and auto-cannons off eBay to fill out those heavy weapons teams for the "Heavy Support" slots. Once those arrive and I get them done I'll do another post with the entire force organized for 8th.
Now that I've got some space cleared away I'll get to a few more jet bikes - I did work on one for a bit last night. I'm having trouble coming up with paint schemes. I had thought I'd use vehicles of TV and cinema for inspiration - and I have for a few already - but jet bikes, being shaped entirely different than cars and vans and such, makes the translation of most a little challenging...