|From our Imigi-nations campaign, Freedonian horse artillery |
(Frying Pan & Blanket Wayne's Legion artillerists)
|Freedonian Marines (FP&B AWI British Guards)|
|Freedonian militia battalion "Gummo"|
All the militia battalions are named for the Marx Brothers. I think the next one will be "Cheeto", the least known and cheesiest brother.
|Freedonian Dragoon Regiment Scungili (three stands of FP&B's best)|
Fine Italian horsemen. Don't laugh! A lot of the Italian cavalry was first class.
|Reaper Miniatures space marine of some sort. I liked how he looked even if his weapon is the size of a refrigerator.|
|A dwarf king from an unknown manufacturer. He'd been sitting around for a LONG time.|
|Reaper's rather gruesome undertaker/grave digger.|
|A Sci-fi accountant with lots of paper documents. Sorta dates the figure, doesn't it?|
|Games Workshop dwarf miner/prospector. I thought the jeweller's loup was funny.|
|A werewolf either Rob or I had painted a long time ago. I found him in a box with his right arm and tail broken off.|
So he's a "renovated" figure.
|GW undead cavalry jazzed up with some extra and less GW-undead looking weapons, shields, and helmet.|
|Pendragon 10mm galoglaich/galloglasses for Warmaster fantasy or historical|
|GW's Warmaster 10mm Chaos troops from some northern country|
Maybe Timmons? (Eh, Martin?)
|Epic scale Orc vehicles for GW's Epic Space Marine game. I still like it and I ran into these things at a swap meet.|
|I painted these "Temple Dogs" from Reaper at Rob's prompting. He asked for them in a style that made them look like they were carved from jade. I think the photo doesn't look quite right; |
they look more "jade-y" in person.
|Not fantasy, just forgotten. Aztec Otomi warriors from Tin Soldier. These sat languishing in a box for along time until Martin and I began to play DBR with has an Aztec list. So I rebased them and began to finish what was unpainted.|
|Tin Soldier's Aztec warrior priests. These can be quite colourful figures!|
|Tin Soldier's Aztec warriors with two-handed Macuahuitl - basically a club with sharpened obsidian on the edges. Horrible against skin and cotton fibre armour but almost useless against metal armour.|
Still nice figures though.