Friday, 1 May 2015

Goblin slavers (2)

Follow-on and additions to the Goblin slavers.
The raids in the borderlands  have  increased in number and now, having made a deal of Money from  sales of recent aquisitions, the goblins have bought some Transport for their prisoners.
Another village Comes under attack!
The prison wagon from the strelets Roman Transport 3 the wargs from one of the dark Alliance sets. Goblin from Linear-b´s Roman Transport.
Goblin on the left with captive from the Linear-b Spartacus uprising set, Goblin with the Flail from the Linear-b Roman peasantry set.
Woman from the Linear-b Slave Market set, the man from the Roman peasantry set.

19 comments:

  1. Your world is not quiet, it's the least you can say.... but it is beautiful! Great pictures and minis!

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  2. Very awesome work!!!
    I like it very much!

    Greetings
    Hightower

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  3. Excellent conversions ! wow !

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  4. Very nice! Would you happen to know a source for a similar 28mm scaled wagon for my mordor army? Thanks for sharing these nice miniatures.

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    1. Thanks. Westwind made a similar 28mm wagon.
      http://www.westwindproductions.co.uk/catalog/index.php?cPath=2_29
      Or You could make one. Basically all you Need is 4 wheels and some Card etc. I made 3 from plasti-card etc
      http://paulsbods.blogspot.de/2013/08/treadwheel-crane.html
      28mm would be less fiddly than 1/72nd..

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  5. Great modeling and drama.

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  6. Awesome figures and I love how you did the background!

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  7. I am always blown away by your work, its absolutely stunning!!

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  8. I love this. Your conversions are great!

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  9. Great conversion work once again Sir!

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  10. Paul, this is truly impressive and depressing at the same time. Not everywhere people/orcs are like that though! ;) here's something for You:


    https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-3kC82bJJtGs/VXgsBwft8cI/AAAAAAAAJK0/cVagCMuebqA/w958-h719-no/PB110389.JPG

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    1. I found the pic Krzysztof but it´s tiny. As far as I can see it Looks like a Party with humans and orcs?

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    2. Bloody Google... Picasa was more intuitive. Once again:

      https://picasaweb.google.com/108371309332099302234/20150610#6158720899138580930

      https://picasaweb.google.com/108371309332099302234/2015061002#6158721021262217858

      This is Samba de Roda - a traditional dance that is connected to Capoeira culture of Brazil. It was developed in refuge places (quilombos) for those who fled (countless African ethnic groups, local Indians, white Portugese of poor origins fleeing from army). This peculiar mixture created Brazil as it is now. Replacing skin colors with species for fantasy setting gives ineresting possibilities.

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    3. Bloody Google exactly :-) This time it told me the Pictures are private and I can´t look at them :-D
      Are they posted on a Forum somewhere?

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  11. How about now?

    http://tinyurl.com/pgz5wm8

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    1. That didn´t work either but...I just realised I hadn´t added you to my Google+ and now I have I found the Pictures :-D Great idea.

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