Gallery

In this area you'll find a general assortment of pics in no specific order...simply stuff to look at!










The following collection of pics are from the superb (true) 28mm figure range by Cutting Edge Miniatures.











Sumerian street fight







Newline Miniatures Straddle car using Cutting Edge asses


the King marches to war..





























...canine friend from Eureka miniatures (IIRC)
 
 
...angry guy is from Eureka miniatures. War chest is from Crocodile games
 
 
 
 

 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



6 comments:

  1. Lovely looking figures and great blog to-boot.
    I have gradually got some of the Foundry Sumerians (spearmen and chariots) and 'highland' skirmishers. Maybe tempted to daub some with paint now! The Cutting Edge models look very good too.
    Simon.

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    1. Thanks Painterman,

      Get that brush out....your city-god awaits his reinforcements!

      :-)

      Cheers

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  2. Do you paint sandal straps or leave flesh colour with feet? Also waht do you varnish with after Army painter?

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    1. Hi Rameses,

      I use a very simple technique....wash! After the figure is painted, but before army painter dip is applied, I give the foot area a wash in GW Devlin Mud ink. This highlights the sandal strapping more or less. Then dip is used and invariably there is a little bit of puddling around the feet and this further highlights the foot area.

      I will be doing a post on the paint method I use for the minis at a latter date. There's nothing overly complicated about it. It's a matter of getting the base colors right.

      Cheers

      HappyW

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  3. I've uploaded some new photos in the Gallery of my recent painted men in armoured cloaks and axemen.

    HappyW

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  4. Oh, this is wonderful -superb photos of very impressive minis and terrain! :D Thanks for sharing!!!

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