Saturday, March 31, 2012

Like a sir

With the Perry WOTR mounted men-at-arms due to be released next month, I have been stepping up on my painting.

The figure in the centre is Sir John Savage from Trent Miniatures - I have no idea which Sir John Savage he is supposed to represent, but his size and the style of his armour makes him blend perfectly with the Perry plastics, even if his hairstyle may not...

I also bought the Friar Tuck and Maid Marian pack from the same series, which will give me a couple of civilians/non-combatants figures; skirmish games are always more interesting if you have them, aren't they?

I actually managed to prime the figure this afternoon and completed it in an evening, which gives me optimism about the time it will take to complete the mounted men-at-arms.

I also primed the resin bases I bought for my beastmen. The extra height the base provides makes Daachuh looks even more menacing than he is to begin with - I don't know how any human can not run away with such a beast towering over him...


Anonymous said...

holy macaroni, the beastman is huge!

captain arjun said...

He is, isn't he?

I finished painting and basing the Reaper beastman today.

Think I'll complete the Perry artillery and crew, then Friar Tuck and Maid Marian, then hopefully get a couple of GW beastmen done up before the Perry mounted WOTR men-at-arms arrive.