Saturday, 12 February 2011

Adventurers (Caeser)

Finally I have made up my mind. I was going to do wargaming in the ancient period but lost in building BIG armies. Then I started 3 medieval armies and a medieval city project. The Medieval armies have expanded, the city project is on hold. Then I thought of wargaming in the not too distant future but the other projects hold a little more interest for me. (I still want to do future shock though)
Now I have found a good solution. A medieval based fantasy wargame. This way I can paint up medieval civilians, soldiers, add houses etc as the theme developes and I can have monsters, skellies and the rest as a sideline!!! A medieval town project, medieval army development and a fantasy game all in one!!!

Hello   W40K Tenerife . At this blog you can see some amazing 40K stuff like this
Hello Greywolf. At his blog, Greywolf´s last valley you can see great 28mm figure painting like this.

14 comments:

  1. wow those figures look really neat!

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  2. And at your blog we can see great painting like yours but poor counting sills.LOL

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  3. Thanks.
    Poor counting sills...or is that your poor spelling skills ? :-D
    Just a mo...3 medieval armies....correct
    3 + 4 take away the remainder from 29.8, add last nights curry, divide by the time spent gazing at my belly button. Answer = 2. :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  4. AHA!! 22,373....there was a hole in the doorframe.
    :-D

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  5. :D
    Love the basing on those figures.

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  6. Those are very characterful figures!

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  7. Nice figures, I particularly like the basing and the way it blends into the background.

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  8. Nice figures sir. I particularly like the imagination of the (hazarding a guess here) male sculptor who reckons the mighty female warrior is likely to strap on her armour, pick up her big shield, and then say 'what the heck - I'll just wear my bikini briefs'.

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  9. Thanks:-D
    @Ron...thanks, you have inspired me to try this angle on the hobby :-D
    Cheers
    Paul

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  10. Excellent, very nice figures, liking the bases too.

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  11. I highly recommend Song of Blades and Heroes. You only need a few models on each side, and the game is super fun.

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