For today's viewing pleasure may I present four Donnybrook ladies.The first three are armed and dangerous and look like triplets! They can be used in a local Militiain Europe or the America's. The last lady stands babe in arms and is probably the most dangerousout of the four!All 4 are from Redoubt Enterprises.Nice and easy, pretty boring really20 points Mr H?
Its Analogue Painting Challenge Bonus round again and I've gone all Native for the "Sport" Bonus round.I will admit to being stumped at what to paint up for this round, I even considered and placed a few bids on ebay for some various Bloodbowl figures. I pretty glad I lost the bids!The voting for the Bonus rounds are open to anyone, so if you'd like to vote for myor any of the other great entries click this link.I remembered back in the midst of time, 2012 to be precise I painted up some 15mm Indian villagers here. Some of these were playing Lacrosse, so a seed was planted.......I had a few (ok, a lot) of unpainted Indians wallowing in the dead lead pile, so I went to workwith a scalpel, file and drill, chopping off warclubs and such and came up with these 4 chaps.The goal was quite a simple build, its made out of the three straightest twigsI had in my Twig box, painted, inked and drybrushed and stuck on a Warbases baseand will be used as decoration in any games we play involvin
Or Old McDonald had a farm.For this entry from last week I painted up a few odds and sods that have been hanging around in the leadpile for far too long. Firstly One man and his dog, with 3 sheep......The figures are from Redoubt and were a quick paint job. I've been experimentingwith different inks and washes. These were washed with an old recipe of Windsor & Newton Peat Brown writing ink, its an old Reject recipe that most of us still use. I think it needed watering down a little more, so its a tad heavy in places. I think the Army Painter dip works better to be honest.The next 3 figures are from Redoubt Enterprise, I believe from their AWI range.Again I used the W & N ink, I think it worked a little better on these figures?They will of course go into the Donnybrook box of dispare, hopefully to be used oneday in a game!!Lastly we have 2 Maids a milkin' and Daisyalso from Redoubt Enterprises There were 6 x 25mm figures = 301 x Dog = 23 x Sheep = 63 bails of straw = 31 x Cow = 5M
Its Bonus round time again, Curt seems to bamboozle me each year with his choices forbonus rounds and this year is no different!I always try and use figures I already have or I can use in any of the periodsI already own. Luckily I already had these figures in my unpainted pile.The figures are from Redoubt Enterprises' Scout pack, with 1 addition, the chap with the white face. Obviously as they're a scout pack, the fellows would have been sent out to reconthe area or track their enemy, but they can always be used as normal warrior models andwill be added to my big box of Native American Indians for Donnybrook.I really like these Redoubt figures, they're so full of life and character.I tried out Army Painter Strong Tone on these.Its a bloody godsend to be honest.I shall be using this a lot more often from now on.30 points for the figures 5 x 6and 50 points for the bonus round bonus.Grand total of 80 points!If you'd like to vote for these fine looking fellows or another of the fab entries, you have unt
This is most probably my last post of the Challenge, I don't think I'll get my last figures finished.So here we have 8 x Redoubt Enterprises Cardinals Guard to fight my previous entry the Four Musketeers. These are excellent multipart figures...
More Woodland IndiansI picked these up at Salute this year, with some others that I'll post later.I bought them from Grubby Tanks to add to my ever growing Donnybrook Indian force.I was going to buy some unpainted figures from Redoubt, but after s...