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  1. After a prolonged time in The Vault of Pack Rattiness & some time getting attention, I finished the non-mechanical group of Lead Adventure Miniatures I had swapped for with a T.B.M.Fer (Tom's Boring Mordheim Forum that is). Here is The Old Knight & His Followers on High Road to Adventure through The Mushroom Forest: ...with a couple view of the board itself: There you have them...so there.
  2. The Blight is a small, dark, crime ridden maze of narrow, twisted streets occupied by equally twisted denizens. Generally speaking it is not an attractive spot & draws no tourist trade to speak of. HOWEVER, it is surround by the ruins of a vast, seemingly endless city that is rumored to hold treasure troves of loot & magical gear...this does draw daring or desperate groups of reckless individuals seeking their fortune...sometimes seeking less savory things. All that aside, I had a few Lead Adventure Miniatures that I had gotten in trade for some painted pieces. With the possibility that I may get some more, I decided to paint what I had prior to the arrival of reinforcements. I started on these toward the middle of last week: This is the Group with their bases more or less painted: The Old Knight & his loyal Henchman (names forthcoming...& forthcoming is not their name): The Desperate Housewives: The Steam Bots: By Friday evening, the faces/skin tone was done along with the Bots lights: The Girls...the one on the right reminds me of my Aunt Emma aka Skeets: The Old Daring Guys: Rolling Thunder Cans: I'm now waiting for Tante (Aunt) Skeets to dry; then more photos...oh joy & rapture.
  3. These are the second batch of minis for the Blessed Order of the Gooey Death. The first I just realized were only posted in my Last Hurrah Thread & the W.I.P Section. Be that as it may here's Part II preceding Part I...rather like the Star Wars Series with less special effects: A Group Portrait: The Bruegelburg Mercenaries from Lead Adventure Miniatures: White Knight's Pistoleer & the Morale Officer with Marching Band: ...there; should any of you be interested I could post the first part as a separate thread...or not.
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