Friday, March 24, 2017

Wandering Bard

   A wandering bard is ready to tell my warlords' tales! I tried to paint a simple two-colours pattern of an Irish tartan and I am more or less happy with the result. Next time I will give it a try of at least three colours. 

   That's it for today! Stay tuned for more!

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Scots WIP

   This is a WIP of my first 4-points SAGA warband, the Scots. It consists of a warlord, two points of Thanes and two points of Soer-Chele warriors. I used GB miniatures as you can see below:

The Warlord

Four Thanes

Another four

Eight Soer-Chele warriors

The war banner bearer

and the last eight Soer-Chele warriors.

   That's it for today! Stay tuned for more!

Saturday, January 28, 2017

Warg Marauders

   The pack of six warg marauders is ready! Now, they need some dwarves to use as targets! Enjoy!

   That's it for today! Stay tuned for more!

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Warg Marauders WIP and Frankfurt am Main

   Happy new year, since this is the first post of 2017! Recently I was in Frankfurt am Main for vacations. There I visited the shop of GW and bought fourteen painted Goblin archers of Moria. At this point I would like to thank Julia, who works there, for her help!
Six Warg marauders WIP

Fourteen Goblin archers and six wargs

   I took fourteen archers and not only twelve because I was afraid of any loses while I cut their bases. Finally it was easier than I thought and I had no casualties.

The Wargs and the Goblins are ready

Twelve Goblin archers

   Though there are four different models of Goblin archers, they had only three of them at the shop. No problem, I kept four of each different model and I mixed them in couples. Then I used plaster, little rocks, sand and some dwarf weapons to base the wargs.

   Below you can see the six Warg marauders. As you can see, no couple of Goblin archers is the same. 
Warg marauder 1:

Warg marauder 2:

Warg marauder 3:

Warg marauder 4:

Warg marauder 5:

Warg marauder 6:

   And some more photos:


The GW shop in Frankfurt am Main and two good friends of mine. 

Römer, the City Hall

Alte Nikolaikirche

Römerberg (Roman mountain) historic square

Eiserner Steg

   At the above bridge there is a sign in ancient Greek language "ΠΛΕΩΝ ΕΠΙ ΟΙΝΟΠΑ ΠΟΝΤΟΝ ΕΠ ΑΛΛΟΘΡΟΟΥΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΥΣ" which in modern Greek is "ΠΛΕΟΝΤΑΣ ΜΕΣ'ΤΟ ΜΕΛΑΝΟ ΠΕΛΑΓΟΣ ΜΕ ΑΛΛΟΓΛΩΣΣΟΥΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΥΣ" and means more or less "Sailing into a dark sea with people of different languages".

   Tiago Fernandes Vitorino welcome onboard!

   That's it for today! Stay tuned for more!
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