39 in one go does take some time, even though each individual miniature only gets what amounts to minutes. If they take on average 10 minutes each from start to finish, (probably closer to 15 including cleanup and basing) it still means about 8-10 hours actual work all together… At any rate, here is […]Read More Rouge Trader Orks pt II
The Challenge: Salvage this group of 39 Rouge Trader Space Orks I recently bought of ebay for less than the price of a pint of beer, to a decent table top standard. Speed is of the essence. I will not be spending hours on these, and they will certainly not be golden demon material when […]Read More The Scrapheap ER Challenge!
One of my favorite minis from the first Drake Kickstarter is The Great Master In the game The Great Master is a Chant Constuct, which means he is summoned to the battlefield during play. This miniature is one of the original pre-kickstarter Drake minis, sculpted by Alex Huntley of Warploque Miniatures. Which […]Read More The Great Master from Drake: the Dragon Wargame
Moving on through the shelf of half-abandoned minis, we get to the Papa Growler. This is not the biggest, I believe I should have an even larger one in a more impressive pose lying around somewhere. But I have not seen it for quite some years. Going to need to do a little search mission […]Read More National day off = painted Growler
Being in part, the further chronicles of the Most Holy Quest to see the Wall Behind the Shelf of Shame: 1. Three Undead Legionnaires, from first edition Warzone. Metal models. 2. The second Mantic Werewolf. And it does look better in all over grey. 3. Dreadball Team: The Mighty Z´zor! The Ludwig […]Read More Off the shelf of Shame, part V. The good, the bad and the ugly, ugly failure
Another month, another blog post. Being bogged down by work for several weeks has left little time for playing around with miniatures, and nothing new to show off here on the blog. Mostly I can grab half an hour here and half an hour there and often just som prep. Sometimes I find that it […]Read More Off the shelf of shame, chapter IV: A New Hope