Wednesday, 4 July 2012

The grand Was-ere

A couple of "quikies" as most of my time is taken up with WWI stringbags...
............the rigging bug has bitten me again :-D
All simple head swop conversions. heads from the Esci Muslim Warriors,
A travelling wiseman and a drummer. Wiseman´s body from Atlantic´s Greek life set, the drummer´s body from Airfix´s Tarzan Figures set.

The Grand Was-ere, Uttar Hummbug,  exhalting his followers into battle. His body was kindly donated from the HaT Gallic command set.



Hello to Kasper Fischer from Modelloursworkshop Blog. A team of bloggers working in harmony to produce some pretty dam amazing dios etc..well worth following

17 comments:

  1. Nice work Paul. I'm preparing a mixed army of IMEX and Zvezda Vikings and getting ready to take the plunge on a few head swaps and hot water arm bending. Wish me luck.

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  2. Speaking as a drummer, I must say I like the drummer best of all. I swore I'd never get into doing conversions but while I was shopping around I found some interesting things. One day I'll probably surprise myself and go for it. As always great conversions and great paint job Paul.

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  3. nice conversions! You're very good for that work... and the painting makes them perfect!

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  4. In the land of Frankensteinian Cranial Adjustments, Paul, you have a keen eye and a sharp scalpel. Great surgery, Sir!

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  5. Is it a bad sign that I immediately recognized both the wiseman and the drummer?

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  6. Great conversions! But is it a wise man when he swops his head?

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.be/

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  7. Excellent bodging Paul as always.....

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  8. Superb as always. WWI stringbags ????????

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  9. very well done paul. I like the looks of this project every time I see it.

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  10. Absolutely awesome!!! Now you need a legion of Khandibarian Ghazi fanatics for them to lead into battle! I must admit, some of my favorite figures from my Afghan/NWF army are the "Mad Mullahs" on foot and horse, and their fierce retainers, bearing swords, rifles, bugles, and drums.

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  11. Lovely swaps and creative conversions Paul.

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  12. And I would never realize they weren't just as they came in the box!

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  13. Very nice conversions, i must say. I particulary like the Mullah.

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  14. More great conversions Paul, sorry a bit late in finding them!

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