The miniature I've painted for my boardgames' collection. CoolMiniOrNot - The Blood Rage
Hello everyone!I invite you to the fifth part of the history of the Lancknechts formation today. On this occasion, I painted two new models from Warlord Games:A plastic soldier with a two-handed sword from THIS BOXand another metal from the LOOTING PARTY BOXPlastic Landsknecht wins definitely better in terms of quality of workmanship and sharpness of details. However, metal designs also have a lot of charm and ingenuity in poses.Other entries related to this multicolored formation can be found below:I. Sacco di Roma / The Sack of Rome / Złupienie Rzymu (1527)II. Landsknechts II: Dopplesoldiers / Landsknechci - Podwójnożołdacy (Artizan Designs)III. Landsknechts III: Regiment (Warlord Games)IV. Landsknechts IV: Recruitment / Rekrutacja (Warlord Games)V. Landsknechts V: Wir sind des Geyers Schwarzer Haufen / We are Florian Geyer's Black Company / Jesteśmy Czarnym Hufcem Geyera----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------P
And now for something completely different.......having completed the tank building for the What a Tanker! Operation Blackcock project and having already based most of the aircraft for the Bag the Hun Channel Front project too, I am in a good place for the Lard Day preparations, with either option advanced to a point that painting can wait until the new year.So, as I haven't done anything in 28mm for literally years, I thought I'd spend the next couple of months on a War of the Roses retinue (or two) for Lion Rampant. I've had this on the bucket list for a few years and have all the Perry Miniatures plastic box sets required for a retinue of bills and bows, with some light cavalry as well, so I thought it would be fun to get it going. The plan is to build, base and paint one unit and/or twelve figures at a time, starting with the household foot knights and then working through the bow or polearm units of twelve figures at a steady rate, concentrating on one retinue at a time. This way I will be able to h
Some newly painted skeleton warriors from my constantly growing collection of miniatures. Hope you will like these.Banda szkieletów, którzy do niedawna zalegali w pudełkach. Udało się ich pomalować i jak zawsze stylóweczka nieco komiksowa wyszła. Chyba już nie potrafię malować w inny sposób ^^
Second of my trolls from Rockgut Troggoths. One of the best minis I have ever painted.Drugi z pomalowanych przeze mnie trolli z zestawu Rockgut Troggoths od Gamesworkshop.
It is time for some Perry eye candy as I call it. The Brothers know how to put on a battle..The protagonists-from the left; Peter, Florian, Alan, Margret and MichaelGeneral advance for the crusadersThe first muslim movePeter's French make a right turn to protect the flankOne of Margret's columns of horse archers lead by ghulamsFlorian's HospitiallersMargret's garrison pours out of the city gateKonrad's's advanceThe German knights thunder into Alan's ghulams but bounce off...The fanatics are unleashed on a unit of Baldwin's spearsPeter's knights pursue a unit of Margret's ghulams and are in turn attacked in the rear by her horse archersThe same close fighting up the east-west roadThe Hospitallers wreaking revenge for the German knights.Konrad, in the centre, lucky to survive a combat where his dismounted knights were slaughteredThe napfa unit on the roof survived the battle with only one casualtyA unit of Damascus militia stoically take heavy casualtiesPeter's blocking forceMu'in al-Din Abu Mansur Anur c
The visual aid should help.
My other Scibor's dwarves:Scibor Nobleman #1Scibor Nobleman #2Scibor Dwarves WarbandScibor Dwarven Standard BearerScibor Dwarven Ranger#1Scibor Dwarven Ranger#2Scibor Dwarven Warrior#1Scibor Dwarven Warrior#2Scibor Dwarven Warrior#3Scibor Dwarven Warrior#4Scibor Dwarven Warrior#5Scibor Dwarven Warrior#6Scibor Dwarven Warrior#7Dwarven Lord on a Warbear
First of my trolls from Rockgut Troggoths. One of the best minis I have ever painted. Soon I will post another two so stay tuned. Pierwszy z pomalowanych przeze mnie trolli z zestawu Rockgut Troggoths od Gamesworkshop. Świetne modele. Wkrótce kolejna dwójka.
Several miniatures for one of my boardgames: Descent Second Edition. We also use them during RPG sessions and for wargaming. One of the Merriods was painted by my sister thus they are different. Kilka maźniętych na początku tego roku figurek do gry planszowej Descent. Ot tak żeby się lepiej grało. Modele są wykorzystywane również do sesji RPG oraz bitewniaków. Ciemnoniebieski Merrioda pomalowała moja siostra dllatego modele są inne.
“Landwasters and Raven Feeders”: Official rules for Lion Rampant in the Dark AgesBack in issue 331 (May 2015) of the superb Wargames Illustrated magazine, I looked at how to raise a Warband (which seems a more suitable title for this period than the medieval ‘Retinue’; your Leader is restyled as your Warlord) for your preferred Dark Ages nation, and added a list of Boasts more suited to the Dark Ages.As that issue now seems almost impossible to find, according to some eager correspondents who have been in touch, here I present an abridged version of the article so that the Dark Ages Lion Rampant love can be shared! I’ve removed a certain amount of background info, some of the sample warbands, and of course you see none of the lovely photos that accompanied the article – but this blog entry does give you everything you need to play ‘Landwasters and Raven Feeders’.But if you do find a copy of issue 331, snap it up!Troop Types and Points ValuesThe upgrades available in this period are more limited
Have you wonder why did the archers have all different types of arrow. Well this video will answer your questions..
Having a little trouble with my Ender 3. Not sure but I think the aluminum bed might be warped. The problem is that very large prints are not adhering to the bed.. Got to look into the problem. Printed out the viking ship. It is a monster, as you will see; Along with some carts... Hope you like them. I did purchase the WW2 Normandy set. The first building is printing now.Bed adhesion problem. I have learned to make sure I watch the first few layers More of the problem.. It was an 8 hours build timeGreat looking wagonMounted Saxon to show size.
The print came out great. The total run time was just over 36 hours. This time I made sure that the first level was put down to the glass bed with no problems. The two 28mm figures are to show the size of the church. Currently make the walls for the Norman Castle. Each wall section run for 24 hours. Looks like this will take a week or two to complete. Hope this will inspire people to try 3d printing to their game table
These took a lot of run time. The detail in the wooden boards are pretty intense. All I have to run now is the palisade that surround the Motte. The roof is for a saxon home. It take 18 hours to make a complete house in 28mm scale.