Wednesday, March 02, 2016
I discovered this again in an old sketch book, I created these years ago, might be of use to someone out there painting up German tribes. They are all made up but would look effective I think in a war band.
My Anceint Germans are still waiting to be painted, another peak in the lead mountain. Great figures though, got to love those Foundry Germans.
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Monday, February 22, 2016
Note to self...just base them a few at a time to keep the process fun and not rushed. Put the entire army out of sight and only pull out the ones you are working on. Don't look behind you. Don't run or show weakness. Take food basket to Grandma's.
My head has been filled with new basing ideas and the thought of finishing units that have hidden in boxes for three years. Think of It...small units means you can paint forces quickly... I must stay on target...Time to listen to the Hobbit again and wash away the pike and shot temptation.
Above is some mussing on the basing subject. It may be a case that I stick to my usual 4 to a base for the new osprey game, this would work equally as well but maybe not look as good. The cavalry and Dragoon basing for the new rules looks very effective, so that may tempt me.
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
Found this today hidden at the back of an old sketch book. Made me smile so I thought I'd put it on the blog.
It must be about two years old at least, so that goes to show how long I've been on this fantasy project. Still enjoying it though so here's to many more years to come. I've almost been tempted by other eras but so far the fantasy vibe has still got me, it's pure food for my imagination, I'm loving It.
Monday, February 08, 2016
Thursday, January 28, 2016
The Elven King is from Reaper Miniatures, the banner men and guard are from Mirliton miniatures.