Bloodweiser Babe

Willy seem to throw this miniature in with almost every Kickstarter. I know I’ve got one lying around somewhere. I’m not 100% happy with the face, but as it is, I’ve already put a huge amount of time into her. As such, it’s going to stay as is. I’m very happy with everything else. Skin:…

Minotaur (Chaos Dwarf)

The colours on this guy are just a grab bag from the other miniatures in this team. The only two original components are the red face and the black beard. I’m pretty happy with how he’s ended up, another great mini by Willy. Face: Base: Cavalry Brown (VMC 70.982) Wash: Brown Shade (VGC 73.200) Drybrush:…

Bull Centaurs (Chaos Dwarf)

I’m pretty happy with my progress on this team. I’m also quite happy with how they’ve come out. I think these two are the best of all so far. In particular the skin formula has come out great. Skin (Human): Base: Medium Fleshtone (VMC 70.860) Wash: Red Shade (VGC 73.206) & Sepia Shade (VGC 73.200)…

Hobgoblins (Chaos Dwarf)

I’ve made some more progress on the Chaos Dwarf team. This time it is the other filler unit for Chaos Dwarves: 6 Hobgoblins. The owner asked me to try and replicate the studio art colours. I never quite got the green yellow enough (my first try actually landed way too yellow, and trying again gave…

28mm Middle Eastern Archers

These have been sitting around for a while; I’ve got 8 of them, and only 4 are finished. I’d planned on putting up all of them in a single post, but I had just finished these when I heard that Saga version 2 was coming out and only the Dark Ages book was going to…

Numidian Light Infantry

Another quick post of some new miniatures. These are a handful of Numidian Light Infantry for my Carthaginian Art de la Guere army. Because of the small scale I don’t make any real attempt to blend or do much in the way of transitions. These are much quicker to paint: plenty of washes, drybrushing and…

Chaos Dwarves

Someone has asked me to do another commission. The request is for 27 Chaos & Chaos Dwarf players to a basic table top standard. So I’ll be going with some speed painting techniques to get these done nice and quick, but looking good. The first step is a basecoat in black and then an azimuth…