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  1. Update 12/16: Check the latest post for pics of Dwarves, Sheep, and Pack Mules. So tiny! So, I'm not so good at updating things, but here's a thread for my random progress reports as I feel the need to post them. What got me started on this is my recent acquisition of some 6mm figures (from Baccus 6mm in the UK). Here's a pic of some of them primed, sitting on one of my many HA in-progress pieces. The 6mm figs are from the Dwarves line by Baccus, the lower large figure is Reaper's Mad Scientist (Female), the upper large figure is Darksword's Female Mage on Stairs (they are included for
  2. I haven't posted pictures here in a long time but I just finished these and figured I would. I just finished this little Blood Bowl side project. I needed a distraction from my western town of Calamity as I was definitely in a rut with that and this looked like something that wouldn't take to much time. One of my buddies is heavily into Blood Bowl so I set out to find a team that looked like it would be fun to paint. This team, from Neomics,of biker dwarves, with a couple of fill ins from Gaspez-Arts, fit the bill. Here are some team pictures (which have been cropped because the cheerleader is
  3. This will be another long tale, fraught with peril, passion, and whisky. Let's start with a pic: Here's a Bathalian Centurion for my Darkspawn army, with his hands in the air like he just don't care. I got on a tear of painting with my super Cthulhu-ey force, and fought some great battles with it. Well, forum member wildbill reads my posts, and being a fellow Warlord player and enthusiast, drafts an army list of Dwarves for my friend Dalton to play against my super cool, nearly finished painting, jumping up and down that I finished anything force. So the table is readied:
  4. So, I recently came across some shadow corps minis on eBay, and bid before realizing they were 15mm scale. These are the ones riding bears and rams. If that's not enough, in a large lot I bought from a buddy a few months back, I have some 15mm Ral Partha D&D dwarves. Now, normally I have no interest in 15mm. Not a size that comes into roleplaying that often. I'm mostly a 28mm guy. But y'know, a thought occurs to me. Next time I run a fantasy-based game, there has to be some role for extra tiny bearded guys, beyond the obvious "shrunken dwarves." What sort of people could these g
  5. This little diorama took about a month or so to paint and I enjoyed each moment. My son (5) chose the color scheme and this is the first time I've used the bendable trees. I'm really proud of it :) Enjoy! Excuse the shininess as it's been varnished.
  6. These Reaper dwarves are old school, circa 1995, sculpted by Bob Olley. Enjoy! More photos in my gallery: http://www.mamageekminis.com/gallery.html?index=55&gal=11
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