Legion


15mm Fantasy Houses and Hovels.......

.....from Alternative Armies!Got these sent to me by a friend earlier in the year but they had remained on the resin pile for quite a while but my friend Daniel who is a big Star Wars Legion fan and who was in a painting slump at the time, so I ended up painting a Fleet Trooper unit for him earlier this year and recently he was looking for a drastic change in his painting queue and hey presto I got these done.......They are from Alternative Armies and could be used for other periods as well as Fantasy.........I like his painting skill (he's a damn good painter) and it gives a boost to a little painting slump or lethargy!Figure is a 15mm Battle Valor villager for scale help, picture quality is the usual clusterfeck.....Nicely done Daniel, he may need more drastic changes in his painting queue........Do they require basing?The Legion fleet troopers in question.........

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Star Wars: Legion – Downed AT-ST

Hello! It’s time to reveal the first card in the Star Wars: Legion series on our blog. For the uninitiated, this is a system from Fantasy Flight Games. It focuses on playing medium sized battles in the Star Wars universe. Currently, the game covers the period of the so-called “old trilogy”, i.e. film episodes IV-VI. Soon there will be a big expansion, which will take us to the time of Clone Wars (episodes I-III). The set that I present to you today is one of the officially released elements of the scenery. The figurine is really big, with quite a lot of details. It can only scare away with the price, because it costs exactly as much as the normal AT-ST. In the set we also get a few cards useful in the game. We decided to enrich the original set with a bit of vegetation – a tufts, bushes, grass and lichens. I invite you to see the photo gallery below Soon you can expect a lot of Legion on our blog. Be alert! Commission painting services- minisforwar@gmail.com / Messenger

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Star Wars: Legion – Imperial Bunker

Hello! Today I would like to present you a model of a bunker painted by our Studio, produced by the Polish manufactory Multiverse Gaming. The set is a mix of laser-cut HDF and thick model cardboard, from which finer details have been prepared (including the ribbing of walls). Sticking together and preparing the building for painting should not be a problem for any modeler. As a primer we used two layers of black, matt Vallejo Surface Primer applied with an airbrush. Later on, we used different shades of grey from the Vallejo Game Air palette. The effects of soiling are dry pigments and carefully applied inks. The model has a simple shape and well reflects the climate of the Imperial outpost somewhere on the Endor. I invite you to see the rest of the photos and follow us on social profiles. Commission Painting Services – minisforwar@gmail.com or Facebook Messenger

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Holiday Break

I'm about to go on vacation, so this is basically my April output:A necromancer for Age of Sigmar Skirmish/ Warcry. Very pleased with how he turned out!An AT-RT for Star Wars: Legion. This guy was long overdue but I chickened out doing the LED mod and airbrushing the camo pattern. Finally took my brave pills and did both last week.

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"Mini Me, stop humping the laser."

I shall call him "Mini Me".Two renditions of my favourite Star Wars villain. To the left: Julie Guthrie's sculpt from the 90s, released by Grenadier to be used with WEGs Star Wars - The Roleplaying Game and Star Wars - Miniatures Battles. To the right: Skull Forge Studios' Star Wars - Legion scaled "Cunning Admiral", sculpted by Jordan Cuffie in 2018.I love them both.

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Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019

We're already two weeks into 2019, time for some new year's resolution.It's fair to say that 2018 got me back into the hobby. With the announcement of Star Wars: Legion in 2017 it was only a matter of how deep I would go... ...and I went as deep as I could. I've gotten into terrain building, started and almost finished my Rebel army, got introduced to the rabbit hole called 3D-printing and even got hooked on GW systems again at the same time. The more time I spent with Legion, the more I got talking with fellow hobbyists about how the hobby had changed while I was on standby. To my surprise I actually liked some of the changes a lot. GW which had almost driven me out of the hobby for good with ridiculous pricing and lacking support of LotR/The Hobbit/Middle-Earth actually made a huge turn for the better and seems to have remembered to adress their customers as hobbyists first before taking all their money (Yeah, I know what I signed up for...). I loved releases like Kill Team or Blackstone Fortress and a

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Szenario 2019

Happy New Year everyone. It has been awfully quiet here for the last couple of weeks. This is going to change soon. I'm just packing my backs as I'm heading to this year's Szenario-Con tomorrow morning. Unfortunately I didn't manage to finish my own Star Wars Legion projects last year but I will happily support some fellow hobbyists with their Legion presentations. I'm pretty sure this will involve taking a photo or two...^^

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Citadel Painting Handle... Can't believe I bought one...

Yeah, well... The Citadel painting handle is one of those hobby products I never really thought I would ever need. Since there have been some mishaps last month and my left hand was immobilized for some time, I had a sudden change of mind: Don't Stop Me NowI was indeed very pleased with the result and I'm actually thinking about getting some more... It has been a great help finishing the Priority Supplies for Star Wars Legion and some Micro Art Studio Laser Towers for my Legion board.A chest of Lando's favourite wine.Ready to see some action...

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Imperial Terrain - Desert Tower and Mechanic's House

Another two 3D-printed houses left the workbench: Imperial Terrain's Desert Tower and Mechanic's House.Both buildings belong to my absolute favourites in the IT range (although Dave is constantly pumping out new favourites...). While the Mechanic's House was painted right after printing, completion of the Desert Tower took a bit longer: It was part of the first shipment of Imperial Terrain buildings I received almost a year ago.Main reason for the painting delay was having to fix the deformed pipe detailthat runs along the tower. This copy of the tower had been one of Dave's early test prints so this obviously isn't an issue if you order from IT these days. I hesitated over it for quite some time but it eventually turned out to be an easy fix. I removed the misshaped part, remodelled it by hand and sanded the whole thing down until it looked right.Both buidings are quite an important addition to my table as their copper roofs will provide some nice contrast to the brick coloured gaming mat. As a result I went

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