Another month with no output…last month was 24 minis less than the target. What time I have had has been spent building death guard and doing prepwork on a lot of soon to be painted minis… So, to start to make up for this apparent lack of progress: The second batch of speedpainted Moria […]Read More More from Moria
Down, down to Goblin Town! Time for another stab at the Great Goblin. The first time around, I bungled up the skin colour completely, leaving the Great Goblin a dank, purplish mess. Especially as the thing is mostly skin. Disgusted with my failure, I threw the mini into the Drawer of Shame to fester for many months. […]Read More The Great Goblin of the Misty Mountains
I have for some time been collecting loads of Lord of the Rings goblins and orcs, almost enough to make a Kings of War army…or two. I need to get some cavalry and such though. But for some reason I have not really goten round to actually start painting them. Gahd, there are alot! Methinks […]Read More Moria Goblin …Spitters?
Doing something else: The 20 goblins from The Hobbit: Escape from Goblin Town game set. These were fun to do. all are different from one another. Mustn’t forget Nux with his little friends Barry and Larry, scratching away at his throat… Goblins from The Hobbit: Escape from Goblin Town game set. […]Read More Down, Down, Down in Goblin Town!
Again some simple paint jobs, this time around I am trying out some colour combinations for dark cloaks, that are supposed to be black. But painting black straight up black really does not work all that well, the minis simply become…Not sure how to put this…lesser? I have a really nice black cloaked figure lined up for […]Read More Ringwraiths; or playing around with colours for black cloaks
As previously stated, my resolution for March is to complete at least 4 10-man squads, or equivalent. I have been a bit under the weather this week, and so have not done as much as I had hoped. Plus, Bones 2 has arrived! Not to easy to concentrate on boring old hat when all the […]Read More March resolution: the second installment