Sunday, August 15, 2010

The Great Catch Up

I moved in May. Many figures broken, many lost, many found, many repaired, some destroyed by accident once I was settled. My mother in particular destroyed one of my Eldar vehicles by placing a large box of books ontop of a flimsy box that contained said vehicle. Crunch. I could probably salvage it but...

Anyway, I apologize in advance for the quality of the photos. In the move my old camera gave up the ghost and the place I'm painting now has zero light source. Makes things ugly. The below are the miniatures I've finished since I've moved back to Chicago proper and don't include a lot of the material I'd painted before moving.

One of the drow I picked up when the Chainmail line went on sale.

I stink at putting pics up. If there is a guy to the right of the screen, that's a Black Legionaire from Reaper. Normally on a brocoli base, I had to snip him because he kept getting knocked over. Went onto a square base in case I start playing their tabletop game Warlord.
Another drow.

To be honest, I didn't like the way either one turned out. The clothing and skin is too close in coloration and the eyes were all buggy but I'm in the "f it, it's done" mode.
Before there was the Rusty Heroes from Fantization, there was a limited edition miniature! I finally knocked him out.
Old GW archer for the Empire. He's actully metal!
IK miniature.
A Cygnar Gobbo repairman. I've owned him since Warmachine first game out at Gen Con before the book was even printed. Finally got him done.
This is one of the adventurers from one of the Mega Mini packs.

I've owned this guy a few times. He's from the old Ral Partha boxed set of Warlords. Some fantastic miniatures for this time with a lot of character.

Another IK miniature, this time a gobbo assassin.
 A skaven pack master.

Another Mega Miniature. Kept it simple and painted on a double cross.

And last but not least, a dwarf sighter for a cannon I don't even think I own anymore. I love all the metal mead flagons on his back. great figure with a lot of character.

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