Saturday, April 2, 2016

Paint Desk Saturday

A motley bunch in progress.  I want to finish the odds and ends off before I tackle the next whole unit.

Front left, GW LOTR Orc drummer (Minas Death Metal Battaltion), and on the right, a RAFM adventurer who will probably be recruited into my Weird War project

Centre, a lovely a dangerous Wargames Foundry elf from their defunct Realms of Faerie range, who I am painting as a supplication to spring.

Back row, first of the Bob Murch Yukon adventurers for my Rockies Ablaze project.

Blessings to your brushes!

11 comments:

  1. "Minas Death Metal Battalion" didn't they put out an album in the 70s and open for ZZ Top once?

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    1. That's right. Minas Death Metal Battalion was actually a ZZ Top tribute band. Their biggest hit was "Girls Go Crazy For A Ringwraith Man", followed by their Alan Parsons Project inspired "I Am the Lidless Eye In The Sky"

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  2. Eclectic assortment, for sure. I sure enjoy seeing your Murch figures. I have several packs that I bought on a lark that should find their way into a the painting queue.

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    1. You must show us your Murch guys once they're done, Jon. Have you seen Bob's moose figure yet?

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  3. Nice work Padre, seeing this I want to go digging in the lead pile for the faeries I have

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    1. They are nice figures, aren't they, Loki? The lovely Dianne Ansel found me some at Foundry and says they may make a reappearance under their Casting Room miniatures imprint.

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  4. Who said men can't multi-task :-)
    The Rookies project is coming along nicely.
    Cheers
    Stu

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    1. Thanks Stu. It is taking shape. The three trapper dudes at the back will be my first experiment in snow basing. Still needed: more fir/pine trees and a lonely log cabin.

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  5. A wonderfully eclectic bunch, my table is looking slightly similar.

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  6. Love all the different stuff. Good to see you working on such varied minis AND that the Rockies project is going forward!

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