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Spring Clean Oldhammer 2021

Spring Clean Oldhammer 2021

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Project Blog by horus500 Cult of Games Member

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About the Project

Warhammer 4-5th Ed is going through something of a revival here in Oz. I thought it would be a good time to get some old miniatures painted for a game I really lived for years ago.

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More Old Hammer

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So the next 5 are done and I have a heap close to being finishedSo the next 5 are done and I have a heap close to being finished

More Old Hammer

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So the next 5 are done and I have a heap close to being finishedSo the next 5 are done and I have a heap close to being finished

Old Hammer

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Another 5 down. I know bright happy colours aren’t very Warhammer but they are what the real world soldiers of the day were wearing. Crossbows in the colours of Italy/Tilea, Halberd in Nordland and Greatswords in Marienburg -bling, bling!

Empire Hero

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So it turns out I’ve painted this miniature before and rather than have 2 identical heros in WHFB I’ve decided to add this one to my Mordheim collection (hence the base).

A glorious Moustache

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I decided to start with the Reichsmarshal. Certainly better than bare metal

Steamtank Done

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So I literally had to assemble this,pin and glue it together. Then undercoat it. Well it's already undercoated so a few test coulours wont hurt will they? Many hours and stinging eyes later..... done. After 25+ years in a box it's good enough for the table topSo I literally had to assemble this,pin and glue it together. Then undercoat it. Well it's already undercoated so a few test coulours wont hurt will they? Many hours and stinging eyes later..... done. After 25+ years in a box it's good enough for the table top

And so it begins....

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So all is in readiness for a bit of undercoat. Everything except the barded horses that will be taken off those oval bases and put onto proper rectangle ones. Steam Tank will be ‘Averlandered’ and put on a chariot base.

One rule I’m placing on myself is that I’m not spending a massive amount of time on these. They’ve been bare metal for 25+years so a table-ready paint job is good enough.

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