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  1. The dwarf is an Eureka 15mm figure (maybe 18mm, can't remember right now). I brought him with other 15mm figures to see if they would fit as brownies, gnomes or dwarves. He fits all of the roles, so now I know where to get some small folk. I actually enjoyed painting him and the 15mm landsknechts (didn't photograph them) a lot more than I expected. The monk is an old Grenadier Figure, I think you can get him at Mirliton now. I speed painted him using a Zorn Pallet. It works well for anyone who is somber or drab, it can also work well for NMM. The figures on both sides a
  2. Howdy, I like him more as as snake oil salesman... Step right up, Kev!
  3. Howdy, I failed at painting this so it would not look like some kind of indentured servant... Will tote bales for food and lodging, Kev!
  4. Howdy, Wargames Foundry Mexican Villager Constanza Kev!
  5. In my usual flighty way I never stay on one project for long, so fantasy is on the back burner and I'm painting up a few historical figures that have been knocking around in my cupboards since forever. The Lancaster gun was a very, very early attempt to make rifled artillery. It was like earlier smooth-bore muzzle loaded guns, but the bore was re-heated and given an oval cross-section as the barrel was manufactured. This made the cannon-ball spin a bit as it was launched and (hopefully) got it a bit closer to its intended target. The design was soon superseded, but a co
  6. Howdy, OW166 is supposed to have a model "Modesta", but this guy came instead... Villagers, what you gonna do, Kev!
  7. Howdy, A strict disciplinarian... Stay after class, Kev! P.S. Really day 8
  8. Howdy, International Mini Painting Month - Day 4 Kev! P.S. That'll be about t'ree fiddy... EDIT: Day 4, not day 3 as originally posted
  9. Howdy, Not everyone is the energizer bunny... Kev!
  10. Howdy, Step right up! Get your fresh... What IS that? Kev! P.S. Fish, Veggies, and ???
  11. Last week I finished Downstairs Staff from Wargames Foundry. I have to say that I am happier with the details on these models, but not so much my photography.
  12. This week I finished another set from Wargames Foundry. This time ne'er do wells without weapons, for the most part. I am actually quite pleased how this lot turned out. And I am not sweating the gloss coat this time.
  13. I continued my Victorian figures from Wargames Foundry. This time it is the police sergeants and inspectors from VC013. I am using them in the Zeitgeist Pathfinder campaign. In a nod to that world, I decided to make 2 out of 5 figures non-white. I am curious to see what adding this diversity will do to my figure collection.
  14. It has been over a year since I painted anything. When I sat back down to paint again, I realized I could not see the details. Weird. Then my wife suggested I try her reading glasses. Aaagh! Here are some police constables with capes from Wargames Foundry VC010. This is my first effort since I started wearing glasses while painting.
  15. The second unit for the Mythical Greek army is the one shown below - made up of Reaper Bones Skeletal Spearmen and the starts of the show - the other half of the Wargames Foundry Greek Mythology Skeletons range. "Children of the Hydra." Unfortunately, the whole range is made up of only 10 models across two blisters - 4 with spears and 6 with swords. Within that only a few of them look distinctly Greek, so with 6 models needed to fill out the regiment, I decided to look elsewhere rather than order another pack from Foundry (I prefer fewer doubled-up figures, anyway). Their sister unit, armed wi
  16. Wargames Foundry is a well-known maker of Historical Miniatures. At one stage in its history a sister company to Citadel Miniatures and Games Workshop when all three were owned/controlled by Bryan Ansell, their paths have diverged wildly over the years. While it's generally well-known that Bryan took a lot of Citadel's earlier very-historical-inspired ranges with him to Foundry. What's less well known is the fact that they have some ranges like the Greek Mythology range, which features models like Harpies, Satyrs, Centaurs, Pegasi, our old friend The Bronze Bull, and our topic of the day - Ske
  17. In between all the minis come from Kickstarter, I managed to get some work done on pieces already in the collection. First up we have some more historically accurate Barbarians; Vikings from Wargames Foundry.
  18. After the arrival of Eastern Front Studios Dwarf Gladiators, I was inspired to do more of a fantasy Ludus. First off: Dwarves.
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