Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Basing Night at Last!

 Well, what can I say...finally found some time to throw some sand on these trouble makers. Finding time these days is hard and when I do manage to get a few hours to myself, I tend to just mong out in front of You Tube watching someone else paint. Having spent a couple of hours basing I feel great this morning, it was well worth the time doing it. It’s always good to put some water back in the well if you get my meaning.

 Here we see the wolf/warg army with a unit of Orc skirmishers and some Snow trolls. This is just part of the great Loopus horde, the other half of the army lead by the great white wolf is upstairs, I’m looking forward to joining them together, the howls will be deafening and should set all the dogs off in the neighbourhood.

The Dwarves of the Iron hills were quite nice to do, although the really tricky bit will come when I have to paint the sand. Any gaps or really tricky bits I will just cover with grass tufts or flock. Likewise, if some of the high lead bases are too noticeable, a grass tuft should sort them out.

 I’m quite excited about these Snow trolls below because I plan to put some snow on their bases. I’ve been itching to use some snow effects for years and these brutes give me the chance. Just hope they come out okay.

8 comments:

Phil Curran said...

Well done. If you want to move a mountain then start by picking up the first stone.

Secundus said...

Ha Ha yes indeed! Very wise words there Phil.

Phil said...

Very nice job on these bases!

James said...

It's about time.
I don't know how you can backlog a pile of basing like that. Their lack of completion would drive me bonkers!
Looking forward to seeing all of this epicness on table.

Mr Ballista said...

You must have pretty good sized armies now. About time for a battle report, methinks....

Adelaide Gamer said...

Cry Havoc! Looking great, the bloody snout a nice touch.

Biblicrafts Miniatures said...

Great job done here!!

Secundus said...

Welcome back Adelaide Gamer, It's been a long time...good to have you back!