Thursday, 26 May 2011

Gotcha!!!

The quick white toga wearing Velite has got the slow brown trouser wearing Celt.
Hello to Milos of Dreamspirit Wargaming Blog. He has 4 blogs in total...all of which are worth a look at (as are all blogs) Some very good tutorials..in both Pictures and Film form. And you can also look the videos up on Youtube.

15 comments:

  1. Oooh, that's going to leave a scar.

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  2. Whoa, got him in the back! Nice work, Paul. Those are HäT figs, right? I'm using the same ones for the British army I'm painting right now :)

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  3. Surely that's a tunic? Anyone fighting in a toga would leave themselves at a serious disadvantage.

    Nice conversion though.

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  4. Ouch! Nice job on the figures!

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  5. Can't say as a Celtophile that I'm thrilled with the outcome of their conflict, but it's a pretty awesome vignette.

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  6. He'll never give up, or surrender! Checking out his blog, what detail he has. How did you stumble onto it?

    Sara

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  7. The barbs are going to rip out guts and lungs when he goes to pull it back out, with a foot on the Celt's back. Vertebrae and spinal cord on it.

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  8. Good work there mate!!
    Fantastic conversion and dio!
    T.

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  9. Nice dynamic vignette!
    Well done :)

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  10. Great work, Paul. Again and as ever!

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  11. That is why you never turn your back on an opponent. It also shows the benefits of not being seen.

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  12. Whoah-I always say: DON´T WEAR BLUES SHOES IN BATTLE! YOU WILL DEFINATLY BE SEEN!

    .....and here you can see why!

    Great work mate!
    Many greetings from Dominik

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