We've always been into Necrounda (in theory) - we probably played more Inquisitor than 40K in our youths because it was cheaper, and have long wanted to move onto Necromunda. I went on a brutal overspending spree on Ebay and spent well over £100 on various collectors' models and enough to make two gangs. These really are all beautiful models from a bygone era, metal ones of serious quality and with some imaginative and creative sculpting.
Leader of the Krell Yards (East) Chapter of the
United Redemptionist Church of Necromunda
I used some bitz from Victoria Lamb - notably the weapon slings and drum magazines Despite some issues ordering them, Zinge Industries did some really nice pistols and you can see one of the Juves on the right with the Mauser C96 lookalike.
I saved money on bases by using the cloth 'netting' on the outside of a pencilcase, cut into shards and superglued to the bases with flock. Remind me, I'll do a post on this soon, because it saved me so much cash.
Painting was simple - red for the tabbards, light brown tunics, and yellow trim, deliberately keeping it very simple. A little bit annoyed that some of them got 'frosting' from the Matt Varnish, ruining the effect a bit. My fault for not properly shaking the can, but not serious and nothing a little touching up can't fix.
There we have it! Thanks for reading all, and stay tuned for the other gang (an Enforcers team), some Necromunda terrain, and hopefully the results of our campaign weekend next month.