Monday, October 14, 2013

Workbench update, bits and bobs

First up before I forget, Jonathan from Paulouse Wargaming Journal is having a giveaway to celebrate his blogging anniversary. Well done sir! Head on over for plenty of interesting stuff and your chance to snaffle a prize.

Next up, as you can see the Necromunda Cawdor are rapidly approaching completion. The first ten are entirely done and the remaining six on blocks are only a night away too.


I've already given some thought to basing and have dug up a bunch of junk including pipes, chains, 40K bits and more. I'm still trying to decide on the main base colour, torn between a brown like my other 40K or a ashy grey...

BTW, if anyone has a spare one of either of these chaps I'm happy to buy / trade / semi-enslave myself.

  

Today was rather exciting as waiting on my desk on return to work was a pile of packages for my Old(ish)hammer Christmas project. I'm not going to share any more on that just yet but it promises to be far more fluffy than most things I do. Ev already knows what I'm up to so you can consider yourself sworn to secrecy for now matey.

And lastly, welcome aboard to Tomsche and Sidney Roundwood.

Cheers,
Millsy

13 comments :

  1. Now that is a vicious looking batch of reprobates, nicely done Sir.

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    1. Reprobates? You'll be first up against the wall when the Red Redemption arrives talking like that mate! ;-)

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  2. My discretion is absolutely assured.

    Nice to see the gang coming along so nicely, BTW. A bit of a burst of activity in recent days; clearly being back at work agrees with you!
    ; )

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    1. "clearly being back at work agrees with you!"
      Like h3ll it does.

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  3. Good looking gang. I do like the Cawdor mini's. Nice!

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    1. Me too. I've had them sitting about for far too long but could never bring myself to part with them. Glad I didn't!

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  4. Beautiful colors - they look great! Best, Dean

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    1. Thanks Dean. I'm trying something new with these, going for a bit more of a high contrast cartoony look so they stand out on the table. They look a bit odd up close but it works from distance I think.

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  5. Very cool - great work! I think I have a few of those lurking around somewhere...

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    1. You don't happen to have either of the chaps above do you Curt? I've got swapsies...

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    2. Let me excavate and see... If I do I'm afraid they'll be painted so I'm not sure if that would interest you.

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    3. I don't mind what state they're in mate. 3/4 of the miniatures I paint require stripping beforehand. If you do get lucky and don't mind me undoing your work then I'd be chuffed.

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