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  1. JudgeSamson

    02119 Knight Templar

    Here is my Knight Templar. This is the first model I painted after about 5 years of not painting any miniatures.
  2. This project is now live: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/832150598/war-and-empire-iii-dark-ages Andy has posted up a video showcasing some of the figs that will be available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZtSJ6ieU5ms
  3. I'd planned to get started on these a bit ago, but got distracted by other bright shiny objects... Forged in Battle (West Wind Production's historic line) are currently doing their third Kickstarter for their War and Empire line of ancients with a little over a week left. I figured it was time to get started on some of mine from their first Kickstarter for that line, from a couple of years ago. I don't really know what I'm doing with these , and my knowledge of history from the era is primarily from the Iron Maiden song about Alexander, so I'm going to have to do some googling and ask some questions (apparently base sizes and number of figs per base are of some importance....). So to start off, I opened my box from KS1 and grabbed a pack, making sure it wasn't cavalry or camelry or chariots or elephants or anything super cool, since I'll save those for after I know what I'm doing a bit. The pack I grabbed were WE-RP02, Roman Velites, from the Punic Wars. Now in the Kickstarter I picked a couple of stater armies that they had pre-defined. Apparently these guys are from one of those. I'll have to track down which ones I picked sometime soon I suppose. I've got a spreadsheet somewhere..... Anyway, I dumped them all out a sorted them by pose. Looks like there are 4 standard poses, plus a command and a standard bearer. I cleaned them up and got to here: Looks like I got 6 of 3 of the poses, 7 of the other, 2 commanders, a standard bearer, and an extra shield and banner. That adds up to more than 24 figs, which is apparently common with these packs. So, I "think" I need 1 commander and 1 standard bearer, and presumably 22 other guys. And I "think" they go 4 figures on a 40mmx20mm base. But I need to check on all that. And I need to figure out what I'm going to stick them too for painting....
  4. This was one of several terrain pieces my husband gave me for my birthday earlier this month, a "Medieval Cottage 1300 - 1700" from Perry Miniatures. This is the first hard plastic miniature I've ever put together, and I'd like to thank the other forumites who gave me advice on glues and things. It came on several sprues, three I think it was, and went together pretty easily. The doors open and shut. There is also a small shed for animals or wood or something, and a lot of woven wicker fencing. I didn't take any pictures of the assembly or priming, but at the moment it has been thinly primed with transparent white and washed for shadows with Burnt Umber. A lot of the original grey plastic still shows through. I am probably going to paint this very strangely.
  5. This is one of several terrain pieces my husband gave me for my birthday earlier this month. Technically this thing is called a "Small Hovel", but it seems more hut-like to me. It has a removable roof that I'm not planning to glue on, something which might be a bed inside, and a surprisingly good-looking door. It says it's resin, but whatever this is it's very different from the other resin terrain I have, which feels plasticky and resists paint. This feels more like terra cotta and it absorbed paint and water the first few layers. I have primed it thinly with white and washed over that with Burnt Umber to bring out the details. I am probably not going to paint it in any orthodox fashion.
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