Monday, September 28, 2020

Battle Masters / Seigneur de Guerre - More soldiers painted

A long time ago, boardgame would come with a gigantic mat and large armies of games workshop mininatures for kids to play.

 Good old memories when we played with my brothers. We painted a lot of them although not all. I picked up the game from my parents' house as they were cleaning our old rooms and my brothers did not bother. Sadly the box was discarded and I only kept the content.

Here are the latest painted miniatures, Chaos forces!

The last remaining Chaos bowman, usually a very weak range unit compared to imperial bowmen and crossbowmen.

The last Goblin of the Chaos Army was not painted because of a broken weapon. After almost 10 years after his 9 brothers, he finally got painted and ready for mayhem.

I had painted a very lonely orc, and I have finished the rest of the band, 9 Orcs for the forces of Chaos!

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Space Rat in Terminator armor - beware!

 If you are scared of rats and mouse in your kitchen or your backyard, imagine meeting one with a heavy armor facing you in a narrow corridor somewhere in space where nobody can hear you die....

This is a Veer-Myn leader, but I can't find it anymore on their portal. Likely out of print (and this show how out of touch I am with latest releases)

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Isolation - What has been painted lately - The Super Mutants - Heavy Orks from Mantic

Like the whole world, Hong Kong has been struck by the virus. We were among the first and since late Jan, we lived through the first wave and the second wave.

Before this situation, I started painting and playing Kill Team. With the latest measures, it is now impossible to play Kill Team anymore (limited gathering), and my painting area had been taken over my dear half working from home.

Still, I was able to push forward few models.

These are Mantic models and fits very well as Super Mutants for any Fallout proxy game.

Monday, September 14, 2020

Here comes the Sumo gang

 The beauty in confinement is that you start taking to much time looking at your miniatures and sometimes, talking to them.

I'd say, in rare occasion, they reply back, but usually after glasses of whisky (to drink with moderation of course).

I had a group of Urban War triad sumo telling me it should be great to be painted. And I agreed.

They came in a single VHS box, with 6 of them. 

One of the club guy (tetsubo) was coming in double. I cut the hand and replaced it with an ork axe I had in my bits box.