These, I sure most will recognise as Daleks. They are 28mm figs from Black Tree Designs Dr Who range.
I had read that the casting of the Daleks didn't live up to BTD's usual standards, and sadly this was true. Those who know more about the technical aspects will be able to tell me whether this is down to the design or using the molds beyond their useful lifespan.
It's a shame really. If there was a ready supply of better-cast reasonably-priced Daleks, I'd be happy painting hundreds of the buggers in their different permutations.
The Special Weapons Dalek is a particularly bad sculpt (I'm going to blame the sculpt rather than casting here). However, in The Canon SWDs are supposed to be particularly bonkers Daleks and consequently grimy and run-down (because, y'know, normal Daleks care about their appearance and keep trim!). This, I think, allows me to get away with some wonkiness.
I've spoken elsewhere about my colour choices (basically those of my childhood introduction to the beasties). To compensate for settling on the most boring Dalek livery of all time, I've given them a Supreme Dalek, resplendent in gold and black, as leader. And I could leave Davros out, could I?
For the destroyed Daleks I've again gone for the classic look (the squidgy bits of modern Daleks appear to be pink rather than green). Having said that, I haven't replicated the dyed Fairy Liquid that I associate with wounded Daleks...