Dogs of War
"Victory was finally within our grasp. Then, without warning, a vast green Dragon fell from the skies to bar our way. Its teeth were like scythes, bilious green fumes leaked from its nostrils, and on its back rode a proud warrior. This was the first we saw of Asarnil"—Extract from "The Glorious adventures of Gunter Friesheim""Zwycięstwo w końcu znalazło się w naszym zasięgu. Potem, bez ostrzeżenia, ogromny zielony Smok spadł z nieba, by zablokować nam drogę. Zęby były jak kosy, z nozdrzy wyciekły obfite zielone opary, a na grzbiecie jechał dumny wojownik. Wtedy pierwszy raz widzieliśmy Asarnila ”—Wyciąg z „Wspaniałych przygód Guntera Friesheima”Hi everyone today finally it's time to show Asarnil which I painted some time ago on level 3, additionally I got a model in the original packaging that I opened for you and who has not seen yet can see here Greg opens the old box # 1. The model is very nice to paint, for me it was a great adventure and a few VIPs from painting can be here at Studio Update # 14. I
Welcome! I recently got such a beautiful model to order in a nice old box and so I thought I would move you to the times when GW was selling such delicacies so I invite you today for my first opening of the old box and in it we will see if the model is whole, healthy and most importantly complete.Witajcie! Otrzymałem o to taki piękny model ostatnio na zamówienie w ładnym starym pudełku i tak pomyślałem ze przeniosę was w czasy kiedy GW sprzedawało takie rarytasy więc zapraszam dziś na moje pierwsze otwieranie starego pudełka a w nim zobaczymy czy model jest cały, zdrowy a co najważniejsze kompletny. The box after extraction shows the beautiful and atmospheric illustrations of the war, we will also find what paints we should use to paint the model :). After opening the box I was a little surprised by the plastic dragon because I had the impression that until the end of the nineties all the dragons were metal only the wings were plastic and here it turned out differently and only Asarnil is
The first Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge IX Bonus Round is up and contains some amazing stuff. My entry is the iconic Warhammer Fantasy Dogs of War unit Lumpin Croop's Halfling Cocks.Make sure you check out all the fabulous work and vote for your favourites!Cheers,Millsy
Welcome!In the ending week, I managed to paint three very interesting and nicely made resin figurines from Westfalia. They will join captain Strong a few months ago.I allowed myself to make tarotistic patterns and symbols from Goeteia on the shields. I think that models will work great in historical and fantasy systems as a complement to an army or human band of adventurers and mercenaries.And I would like to say a few words about the last ones...The mercenaries were (are) a military formation consisting of volunteers fighting for money. They are usually characterized by military service for a given state, city, ruler or organization, or even a private person.Mercenaries can be rented to fight in virtually any matter, because these formations are not guided by idealism (only pocket wealth is what counts!).Mercenaries are people for whom war is a profession, from which they derive the means to live (pay) and enrich themselves. In medieval Europe, the economi
Hello everyone!Today I invite you to the entry devoted to halflings, which quite often host in the pages of DwarfCrypt.I received models from WestFalia and are made of resin and consist of one part. Halfmen militia received round stands, as did the previous one in the company - Captain Strong.I encourage you to like the company and check the latest in the ongoing kickstarter:https://www.facebook.com/WestfaliaMiniatures/And now...The Battle of Green Fields was a clash /in 2747 on the Third Age at the Green Fields, between the Orcs commanded by Golfimbula, who during the Lean Years led his band southward and reached the North Shire Quarters. Hobbits were commanded by Bandobras Tuk. Hobbit was known for its exceptionally large height, as it measured 4.5 feet. Thanks to this he could ride a horse, which was unheard of for the Hobbits - those who preferred ponies.Many of his descendants lived in North Quarter. They initiated the Tuk family from the North.F
I'm finishing off the year with another 6 Leopold's Leopard Company, this makes 12 painted with 12 left to paint. These have been complete for a week or so but I've just got around to posting the photos mostly due to the annual over indulgen...
The first 6 figures painted for The Dogs of War, Leopold's Leopard Company, these are for the rear ranks. The next batch which I'm painting at the minute are a lot "cleaner" and look better, even though they are only about 50% complete.I've painted the...