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Project Blog by spea6712 Cult of Games Member

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About the Project

Heading down the road of 10mm fantasy miniature war gaming. Reading some rules and choosing base sizes and hopefully having a game or two.

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Based

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skelly's ready for basing

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Birthday surprises

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Undead army for my b-day finally getting toys and not socks.Undead army for my b-day finally getting toys and not socks.

Primed black then dry brush with bone white and then contrast skeleton horde.

Markers done and army's on display.

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Gaming markers

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Some markers for the games. Pva all over followed by DAS clay and then painted earth and covered in the same mix as the bases for the saxons and half will have the same as the orcs.

based and ready for battle

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Battle lineBattle line

command and support

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Command on base waiting for varnish Command on base waiting for varnish

catapult and crew painted and on base not to happy with use with the saxons so will probably have to start a roman legion now.

All waiting for varnish.All waiting for varnish.

Cataphracts

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Ghost grey on all horses and then contrast Basilicanum grey, gore-grunta fur and space wolves grey on horse body’s and skeleton horde on the hoof’s

Earth painted on bases and then glued down ready for a varnish Earth painted on bases and then glued down ready for a varnish

Sundays work

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The missing two ready for quickshadeThe missing two ready for quickshade

Monks robes got a coat of snakebite leather and then skin got a coat of darkoath flesh. The staffs a coat of desert yellow, bleached bone on ropes and feet. Pale burnt metal on weapons.

Chainmail and weapons got a coat of pale burnt metal. Spear shafts got a coat of desert yellow and then leather brown on saddles, reins and scabbard.Chainmail and weapons got a coat of pale burnt metal. Spear shafts got a coat of desert yellow and then leather brown on saddles, reins and scabbard.

Dry brushing

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Dry brushing on all model ghost grey on above. Tinny tin followed by glorious gold below.

Old school basing and some priming

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Just black ready for lots of dry brushingJust black ready for lots of dry brushing

Saxons

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Starting basing up will be giving a anti shine when glue is dry then some flocking missing two of my  Great fyrd  just to find them in the rug!

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Next up the saxons need some cavalry so got some late roman Cataphracts with kontos and some Arthurian personalities for the command. A roman catapult for some long range and some Armed monks to use as the magic troops when up against the orcs.Next up the saxons need some cavalry so got some late roman Cataphracts with kontos and some Arthurian personalities for the command. A roman catapult for some long range and some Armed monks to use as the magic troops when up against the orcs.

Strong tone quickshade

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Strong tone quickshade

Archers and Huscarls

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Archers Above all done with contrast paints after heavy dry brush with grey then white. ready for quickshade

Huscarls startedHuscarls started
Command ready for quickshadeCommand ready for quickshade

Commanders

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Some work done on commanders all paints in photosSome work done on commanders all paints in photos

Hair and cloth coloured and then followed with legs, poles and first coat on shields.

Commanders

Bit of a break

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Work and life once again getting in the way of the hobby. So had a little break for painting and then a Golden Button Thank you all for the comments and the votes. So not much progress for a while all work below.

Starting on the Select FyrdStarting on the Select Fyrd
Keeping the shield colours the same within the units to help with identifying on the fieldKeeping the shield colours the same within the units to help with identifying on the field

Making some wound/morale markers for the units. To use in these and other games.

Starting on the Command to mix in with the other unitsStarting on the Command to mix in with the other units

Great fyrd progress

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Colours in photo on hair,shields and skin and metalsColours in photo on hair,shields and skin and metals
followed by quickshade strongtonefollowed by quickshade strongtone

Orcs based and done

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Orcs based and done
Going for the Gerry shot not a single tiny Orc in focusGoing for the Gerry shot not a single tiny Orc in focus
The lloyd shotThe lloyd shot
Orcs based and done

Making a start on bases and some progress on the Great fyrd

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Das clay all over the bases to hide bottoms of tiny guys Das clay all over the bases to hide bottoms of tiny guys
50/50 mix Khaki,camouflage green on the spears and shields. Followed by the 50/50 mix plus a few drops of bone white mixed in on the legs/feet 50/50 mix Khaki,camouflage green on the spears and shields. Followed by the 50/50 mix plus a few drops of bone white mixed in on the legs/feet

Base's have arrived

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Checking the numbersChecking the numbers

So have gone for a 80 x 40 mm base to cover the Warband rule set and then have used Multi-pole self adhesive magnetic sheet to join 40 x 20 mm bases so I have the option to use in Warmaster and other games have gone for three set ups Command, Warrior and cavalry.

From left to right command, Warrior and cavarly.From left to right command, Warrior and cavarly.

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