Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Fantasy Skirmish Warband

I know right? Rumours of my demise and all that but hey, I've actually gone and posted something!

Despite the near deafening silence hereabouts things have been happening. Admittedly mostly spending money and going places but some work has been going on as is evidenced by the following.

These chaps are my new fantasy skirmish warband, good for Frostgrave, Mordheim or whatever. Mostly GW plastic orcs, upgraded with some Mordheim, Savage Orc, Space Ork and Empire bits.


The night goblin shaman is a metal fig, undergoing his apprenticeship in all things tribal magic from his larger (and substantially thicker) mentor.





Now if only Ev will finish his warband we could get some games in :-)

Hopefully things will pick up around here now. I've got some very nearly finished Epic Imperial Guard Sentinels on the painting desk so they should appear on the weekend.

Cheers,
Millsy

Sunday, 6 May 2018

15mm Napoleonic 3rd Hussars

For a little while now I've been pottering away finishing half painted units that have been lurking about the workbench. Quite why I am interested in this all of a sudden over doing some more focused project work I don't know. I'm not overly concerned about losing my mojo as I wouldn't be painting anything if that was the case and the upside is that all these half painted units are finally getting the attention they deserve.

This week I've been finishing a unit of AB Miniatures 15mm Napoleonic Hussars, painted up as the 3rd Hussars which served alongside the 10th and 15th Chasseurs in the 3rd Division of Ney's VI Corps at Friedland in 1807.

Anyway, time for a couple of really poor photos :-)



On the painting table at the moment at a bunch of orcs and goblins for a half finished (there's that word "half" again!) to go with the ones I worked on way back in 2015. These will be a Frostgrave / Mordheim warband when completed.

Cheers,
Millsy

Saturday, 28 April 2018

Empire Altdorf Halberdiers

As promised last post, here's the latest addition to my Warhammer Fantasy Empire army - a unit of 24 halberdiers in the service of Altdorf. This brings me to a total of 60, in two units of 24 and a detachment of 12, more than enough to form a solid core of foot troops. I really must remember to do the basing on my unit trays at the same time as the troops themselves...




On the painting table at the moment is another of my (many!) half-finished units in a unit of French 3rd Hussars for my 15mm Napoleonic project. They should be completed this weekend. Woohoo!

Cheers,
Millsy

Friday, 27 April 2018

Epic Imperial Guard Steel Legion additions

I recently painted a large Imperial Guard army as part of the 8th edition of the Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge.

Now as both you and I well know, an army is never really *finished* despite whatever spurious claims we might make at certain points along the way. So it was always kind of inevitable that I would add to the army and guess what? It's happened already!

Two extra Baneblades turning a lone chappy into a full squadron.



Another squadron of Shadowswords, this time the old skool first edition versions. They look absolutely tiny compared to their Forgeworld resin brethren!



And finally another squadron of Griffons. At 50 points a pop they are great for soaking up hits meant for more dangerous and expensive things like Leman Russ.



Next up on the blog? Some pics of the latest addition to my Warhammer Fantasy Empire army.
Stay tuned!

Cheers,
Millsy

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

ANZAC Day 2018

Today is ANZAC Day in Australia and New Zealand, on which we particularly honour the men and women who have served and continue to serve in our armed forces, giving selflessly of themselves on behalf of their country and community. Thank you one and all for the risks you take and the sacrifices both you and your families make. Have a great day whatever you are doing and know that the rest of us are thinking of you!


They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

Cheers,
Millsy
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