The Ygs Guardsman from Critical Mass Games is a custom model in and of itself.
For £10, you get a hell of a lot of options.
I'll show you why below.
First, one possible completed model, direct from the factory...
The Ygs are an intriguing alien race that add a lot of flavor to Critical Mass Games' little universe.
I am glad they exist.
On to the assembly guide...
CMG is a UK company). They are to visually sort out parts, based on attachment points.
main hull to the legs.
jet pack. A gift to the Ygs from the Astagar. Or, perhaps, stolen from the Snakes when they weren't looking. ;)
Ygs shoulders attach to the side sockets in the main hull.
Ygs shield attaches to grooves in a Ygs forearm. This particular arm has nothing in its grasp by design. Left or right versions are available.
Ygs sword arm and the assembled shield arm can then be attached via the 1/8" ball/socket connections on the shoulders.
weapons backpack to the assembled head and hull, much like a Gunman Assault Mecha.
Ygs Mortar Bombs attach to the sides of the backpack.
Parts may vary in your purchase when it arrives. The nice thing about the Guardsman is that there are so many options available to you.
Even more, if you buy a 3-unit platoon of them.
If there are any other customizations you want, the CMG Mecha Workshop has you covered.
Speaking of which, Craig and Dale worked up a neat little PDF document, showing pictures of the bits from the Mecha Workshop in pewter and resin, alongside a ruler and grid for reference. Click here to download the document.