For this I used Elfbait, IWM, Orko-one, and Khurasan models for size and reference.
One of Elfbait's most popular models was the Cauldron Born/Ebon Jaquar. He had made a few variants. He decided to revisit the model but this time make it so the model could be made into any Battletech variant you wanted using tactical rails.
I should say at this point I used no glue for the review. Nothing on this reviewed model is holding it together.
That being said it is resin and I have no idea how much switching between arms and torso mounts the model and it's pieces could take.
The box itself isn't taped and can be reused (made me glad as I'm moving soon and all the pieces can be stored together)
It's not as "balloon" looking in the center torso as it's CBT artwork. Just a bit of personal taste on that point.
Comparing the torso on the older models and the new. The shape is the same. Dimensions are almost spot on. I almost think he had a torso left over and redid parts of it. But the nose seams longer and a few slight details are on it. (kind of hard to see in the pictures)
And I know your asking about more size shots
The model can be used in 6,10, and 15mm games.
My only issue is the rails and the parts. As said before it is resin and I have no idea how the model and parts will hold up to constant switching.
But shown in these pictures, no glue was used. I'm again impressed with the quality of the sculpt.
in this reviewed united I see no flash. I can only assume that Elfbait reviewed each piece and cleaned them up so you can prime and paint right away after you give the pieces a quick bath.