In the late 1990s Harlequin miniatures was the Mantic of the day. Making cheap, no-brand minis specifically aimed at Warhammer Fantasy. The used several sculptors with a variable results. Many og the minis they released were just terrible. But then there were the minis by Kev White. The same Kev White known for Hasslefree Miniatures […]Read More Harlequin Minotaur
This being a belated catch-up post to round off last year with what I managed to squeeze in the last days of 2015: So…after 100+ hours travelling the Commonwealth and murdering almost every one and every thing I come across, playing the main quest to several different conclusions… I have at last managed to put Fallout […]Read More Unfinished business, or: the remainder of the 2015 painting output.
You might have seen the legless raptor I did some weeks ago? Here is it’s mother: The family resemblance is striking, this of course being they are from the same series, the Lizardmen by Harlequin Miniatures, some time in the late nineties or early naughties. This one was originally a riding beast. I think it […]Read More From Ye Pile of Olde: Raptor Mama
I found this Raptor in one of the piles of old miniatures that are lying about the place, and I took mercy upon it, as it only had one leg. So I mounted it with some wire, slapped some plastic putty over that, and when painted, hid it in the bushes. …I think it […]Read More Ye Pile of Olde: Harlequin Raptor (legless)