|The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (the Book of Revelation 6: 1-8)|
|I heard one of the four living creatures call out, as with a voice of thunder, “Come!” |
I looked, and there was a white horse! Its rider had a bow; a crown was given to him,
and he came out conquering and to conquer. (Pestilence)
Gruesome figures to be sure, but a great addition to my collection. I received these a while ago and they'd been sitting patiently awaiting paint and brush... and there were lots of others with them.
|D&D Figures serving wench... usable for so many games!|
|Skull & Crown torch bearer... lighting the way for the Four Horsemen?|
(This was a free-bee that came with the Battle Rabbits a while ago.)
Through a purchase from the Hamilton Tabletop Gaming group's "cyber bring 'n'buy", I got a hold of a few of Bob Murch's great Pulp Miniatures. There's so much character in these figs. I think these are from his set called "Femme Fatales."
|She struck me as an armed RAF Auxiliary from WWII. |
|A female explorer with hunting rifle, machete, and cool hat.|
|A little different angle and light.|
Finally a paper model. I had done one of these as a WWI German A7V tank in 20mm and I thought that if I did up another one, it might be fine as some Epic Warhammer 40K Imperial behemoth tank. This one didn't go together as easily as the first one, but I'm satisfied. The pieces were inexpensive since I printed them on my computer on card stock. The "treads" were some abandoned balsa wood since the printed treads were very, very fiddly. It's not the best I've ever done but it'll do... and I could make another very quickly. My usual Epic 40K opponent may have something more to add to his Imperial Guard army, while I'll field my Tau equipment. I hope I can report on that in the coming months.
|Crude, but effective... I hope.|
Thanks for reading! Have fun... 'cause if it's not fun doing this, you might as well work!