Sunday, October 27, 2013

Thrullg, Feral Geist, Barnabas and a Croc

I finished the unit of gatormen now. And the first warlock for the force.

 I didn't really find a good way to paint the feral geist. I think the next one will have a different hue.




The thrullg is a real bad one I hope... he's my plan to handle warmachines at least.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Norman Crossbowmen

Kindly given to me by Janner from http://jannersjaunt.blogspot.com/

Not the most fantastic paint job but I tried speed over quality. :-D

I'm quite happy to have finally found a way to photograph my miniatures so they look exactly like they look in real life without any added lighting or other shenanigans on the computer. 

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Wizard and more Pulp

I finished an old Metal Magic Wizard for a painting challenge on powerfist.dk.

 The figure is one of the first I ever bought.. The original enamel paintjob was just painted over (never finished it... so it didn't really hurt).

He will now sub as my character Ingelbert Owllight in games of D&D Dragonlance which I've recently taken up again. 
Nothing much to add other than it was painted in an evening just before the challenge finished (after having had 6 weeks to do it........)

A couple of pulp dames more were also finished for Pulp Alley presentation game.

A 'she wolf' for the Kentucky game.

Saturday, October 05, 2013

6mm Bug Army

For the longest time I've wanted to do a Starship Troopers inspired VSF project called Steamship Troopers. Initially I started out with 28mm bugs and Perry Sudan British. But the time it takes to paint and the scale of the conflict just kept it from happening.

 Now I've finally finished something that could be used for the project. The armies are made from Baccus 6mm miniatures (the Brits) and various toy figures for the bugs (Halloween ants came in handy here).
 I think it looks rather good to be honest!
 The lady bug especially came out nice. The humongous ant isn't too bad either.