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  1. In a glen among the trees Lies a bush on the ground Its ferns ruffled by a light breeze And its roots spread through a mound I will now hold court It will be short So let me be brief Who defaced my leaf? The scribble and scratch of the old man’s pen Filled the small glen The court was in session It would not end before a confession It was not I I saw it with mine own eye It was the one in the red hat That little gnat The accused toyed with his beard Among mortals he was feared But even he would not dare That he could swear Two red caps waved through the air One of the wearers was a fibber But which one of the pair For none yet gibber One of the things I learned when painting this set is that stippling works really well for frog (and amphibian) skin. Overall the were a joy to paint, thought I do wonder if 15mm dwarves and elves would not be a lot more cost effective if I ever want a lot of small folk.
  2. Like the post title states this is a set called Agamemnon and the Minotaur by Northumbrian Tin Soldier. I’m not all that good with photo skills so it’s rather hard to see that I did the Minotaur in a black & white milk cow theme. Fun model though and goes back to the 80s cult classic Time Bandits (I really need to watch that movie again).
  3. I thought I would share some pics of our newly painted 'Nightfolk' figure range. First up.....'The Ratcatcher'
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