Friday, December 27, 2019

Not-Squats and fantasy goblins

Some more Black Tree Design miniatures, this time some of their old space dwarves and some fantasy goblins.  I was too late in the game to get some space dwarves when they were out back in the day so I was super excited to throw some paint on these guys.  Goblins are always fun to paint and you defiantly can never have too many of them.  Again, these were painted a while ago and I'm just now getting around to posting them.  Hope you enjoy them.

Monday, December 23, 2019

Fantasy Adventures

Some more figures for Black Tree, this time fantasy adventurers.  I tried to tie all of them together with the paint scheme.  I hope it worked out.  Again, I painted these awhile ago and I'm just now getting around to posting them. 

Sunday, December 22, 2019

WWII Russians

I finished these a long while ago for Black Tree and just now posting them.  I had fun painting the uniforms and camouflage.  Hope you enjoy them.

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Pyrates and Town Guard

Holy double post Batman!
I recently got a few packs of Wargames Foundry Pirates.  Of all the manufactures of pirate figures, i like these the best.  I know their clothes cover a wide range of time, from Buccaneers to the Golden Age, but I don't care :)  I have always had my eye on the old Wargames Factory WSS troops with the idea of using them as government troops for my pirates to fight.  When Wargames Factory closed up shop I just figured that it just wasn't meant to be.  You can imagine my joy when I saw that Warlord was reissuing them.  I snatched up a box with plans for a box of cavalry and artillery in the near future.  I think the similar pose works for them as they aren't meant to be the stars of the show just someone for the pirates to beat up.  I painted them as a generic Spanish unit in the Caribbean.  I have plans for more pirates, some ships, more pirates, perhaps some English/Dutch/French troops, and more pirates :)  My dad and I are looking at Donnybrook rules wise.  Let me know what you think.


Finally finished some medieval miniatures for my low fantasy project.  The idea is to have humans dwarves, elves, orcs and other creatures with arms and armor form the early 1200's.  These figures represent an extended family answering the King's call to arms.  The first is the head of the family, the next is his brother, and the last is his son.  They are a mix of Black Tree Design, GW, Perry Miniatures, and Fireforge.  I think they look good together, but that's my biased opinion :)  I'm using a new camera and I'm still working out the bugs.