So as most gamers, I always have a bunch of projects in various states of planning and progress. Late in 2014 I commited myself to doing one or two agree projects and getting various odds and ends of other projects done. To that end, the majority of my Gnome War allies infantry are finished, and three more German infantry need to get painted.ive also almost completed my 30K Iron Hands army, as well. A handful of infantry, then the trimmings on vehicles and that army is done. I collected and painted seven or eight 15mm armies for Mighty Armies, and gave a few more in the pipeline.
Well, a longtime project of mine was generic Sci-fi games using FUBAR for conventions. I had decided to go all plastic as a couple of bad experiences with players mishandling my metal minis and chipping the paint or actually causing breakage was starting to turn me off of running games.
Anyways, I have been planning to reconfigure and repaint a bunch of old 40K vehicles for use in these games. The following pics show what I've done. Nothing major, just a couple of minor mids and a simple paint job.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Yesterday I promised a couple of fellows on The Miniatures Page that I would post a couple of pics of some Fairy Garden houses I have been collecting for use in Gnome Wars. Unfortunately the majority of that stuff is packed away in totes but I do have my latest purchase available which I have not yet packed with the rest. So here is a picture of the piece with a Gnome Wars Ninja and a Necromunda character piece.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
|Very nicely done. The bricks of the base are cut manually from MDF. The rest is craft sticks.|
|The roof and central floor panel come off for skirmish gaming.|
|Chopped GW Fortress to build a keep.|
|The actual distillery|
|Very GW, wouldn't you say?|
|Can't wait to see them all finished.|
|Here's Thomas, the Mighty 6'4" General Of the Dwarf army.|
|These are some awesome sculpts. Gotta get me some of these.|
|Oops,, too much coffee, methinks.|
|Infamous swordsmen of the Blue Griffon Company!|
|These will be employed in my Italian Wars games someday...|
|The two sides begin to close.|
|The action heats up as the Dwarfs charge the Handgun detachment(obscured from view by the trees).|
|Here it is. Smart move that; charging my detachment.|
|Swordsmen and and Captain preparing to counter the Miner's threat.|
|Handgun detachment wiped out, but the Dwarfs have crossed unsupported into my deployment zone.|
|Moving to the left flank we see the action start to get poppin'!|