Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Well here we are.....

It has been quite a while since I've updated anything around here.  A lot of things have been happening around the Buck household.  We've sold our old home and bought a new home at the same time.  That's something I don't want to do again any time soon.  We were also hosting Christmas at our new house so everything had to be unpacked and put away in 3 weeks, not an easy thing to do with both the missus and I working full time and a 14 month old.  On top of this, other "real life" factors keep eating away at my free time.  Just recently I have finished some figures that have been on a slow burner for a while now.  They are part of my Greek Mythology warband.  I plan on using a variant of LoTR rules.  So on to the pictures (there are a lot of them)...

Here is the leader of this band of heros.  I still haven't named anyone yet.  He is made up of a Victrix body, GW head, and Wargames Factory arms. 

This is a Victrix Greek straight out of the box.
Here is a Victrix Greek with a crest and right arm from a Wargames Factory Roman.

This archer is a Wargames Factory Numidian with a GW head

This guy has a Victrix upper body and the legs from a Wargames Factory Persian, which adds an Eastern flavor to him.

Here is a Wargames Factory Numidian body with Victrix arms and head.

A vanilla Victrix Greek.

This guy is all Victrix accept for the sword which is from Wargames Factory.

Like the guy above, he has a weapon from the Persian figures

This is a Wargames Factory head on a Victrix body.  Makes him look like a Spartan.
And no group of heros would be complete with out a demi god.  Here we have a GW marauder with a Victrix crest and shield.  I painted the bare chest to look like bronze.  He is the same height as the Victrix and Wargames Factory figures which surprised me when I was planning him out.  He just looks like he is on steroids when standing next to the others, which I think fits his demi god status. 

This guy has a Victrix head on a Numidian body.  I really love Wargames Factory's Numidians.

The musician has Victrix arms in a Numidian Body
Finally, an angry satyr.  He is a plastic GW beastman from the 90's with a Foundy Gladiator shield.  I cut off the axe blade to make his spear. 

I have a ton of Greeks left over and I'm already planning on what to build next.  I also have some Minotaurs, skeletons, human-like things, ogers, centaurs, and giants/ titans waiting on the painting deck....  Let me know what you think.  Thanks for looking.


  1. Saw your post over at TMP. Nice modeling on these warriors, Justin.

  2. These are ace, the shields really set them off.

  3. Thank you. I cant take credit for the shields. They are from Little Big Men Studios, I think.