...but I've managed to get a couple of bits finished this week! Well, last week really, this post has been sat in my drafts for a little while (8 days now I think?) getting a sentence or two added here or there before being relegated back to limbo!
These minis were mostly sat near-finished on my painting palette, and it was mostly just a case of finishing their basing before snapping a quick pic!
First of all is a figure that I won on a Facebook competition, 'Big T' from Pigeon Guard Games. I realise that I hadn't added him to the tally yet (presumably as the original plan was to paint him fairly quickly and get him posted up ASAP), so I'll get that amended at the end of this post!
He's a lovely little figure, and potentially the cleanest resin cast I have ever worked with, and will join my band of generic survivor types to get drafted to fight zombies, fungus men or intelligent apes as I see fit! He also came with an alternate hand holding a cigar, which I'll have to see about finding a use for!
A while back (as I may or may not have mentioned on here) the wife and I were working our way through the Marvel movies (as previously we hadn't watched most of them because I am a terrible geek that hates adaptations of everything and it takes me a while before I settle down enough to enjoy such things on their own merits - ridiculous, I know) and so I ended up painting some more Marvel heroes:
Iron Man! By the third film it's really a case of Tony Stark just saying 'fuck it I'm going to blow holes in my enemies I've had enough of this'
Thor! Terrible sculpt if you look at it for too long, but nice enough at arms length or on the tabletop!
Further proof of how long this post has been sat in Drafts, when I started it I (like so many others) had caved and bought an issue of White Dwarf as for the first time in an age it came with a free man:
Interestingly, I popped back to Games Workshop (or 'Warhammer', as my local branch has now been rebranded) during the week to pick up a second copy so I'd have a spare for conversion purposes (thinking maybe some sort of Space Marine Company Champion or something Inquisitorial perhaps) but it seemed they'd sold out - ah, the age old appeal of the freebie!
So, all in this brings the Tally to:
23 vs 106 = -83
I really like that civilian model. Perfect for so many different board games. Very cool.ReplyDelete
Love the not Tony Soprano dude!ReplyDelete
Nice work dude. Thats an ace fig.ReplyDelete
Welcome back my good man, lovely work on the superheroes too.ReplyDelete
Great stuff all-round. Big fan of painting super-heroes and yours are absolutely corking :-)ReplyDelete
Olly, you won the Old Blighty prize in my 3rd blogiversary drawing at "Dispatches from the Rim." I need your shipping info! Contact me at christopher.l.sheets(at)gmail.com, please.ReplyDelete