Winter Guard

I painted these guys up as fast as I could and I don’t want to take lots of pictures, so here they are in bunches.

Winter Guard Infantry + 3 Rockets + UA.  These models are from the very first Mk2 Khador Army Box I bought.

Winter Guard Mortar Crew x2

Winter Guard Field Gun Crew x2

Winter Guard Artillery Kapitan x2 (including useless “Clear!” rule)

In the display case with their friends.  Total is 2 each of WGI+UA, WGR, Mortar, Field Gun, Artillery Kapitan.  Also Joe and 9 rockets.  Not pictured is Fun Carriage and Sorscha 0/1/2 (if you count 1 and 2 as Winter Guard)

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Sorscha 0 Conversion

Original figure is a Raging Heroes “nuns with guns” figure.  I replaced the 40k-looking gun with a blunderbuss, added Malakov1’s turbine and a Winter Guard hat.

I practice shaded metallics (I took Michael Proctor’s class at ReaperCon this year) on her turbine, gun and axe.

The matte coat dulled the red/orange of her coat down much more than I expected.  I was a little disappointed honestly, since she was really vibrant.

July 4th Paint Day

I had some friends over for the 4th and we painted some minis!  Well, they painted minis and I advised.

The first row contains Ninja All-Stars chibis from Remy (8), Laurean (adult), and Avi (5)

The second row is Chris, Alicia and Adam (all adults)

AFAIK, none of them have painted minis before.  Laurean is an artist though, and it shows.

Barbarian Force Four

Some barbarians for an upcoming RPG session.  I decided to be a little more creative than brown, brown, brown and brown.

From left to right: Kingdom Death Lion Armor, 02476: Lorna the Huntress, 77055 Anval Thricedamned and 02528: Kara, Female Archer.  I was going to go all Reaper, but realized I actually don’t have that many male barbarian minis.

Yuri the Axe, 2 Manhunters

Yuri the Axe, and his two Manhunter friends.  I anticipate using them in Company of Iron, and maybe even throw together a Jaws of the Wolf theme list now that I have them painted.  The cloak was fun to paint – base coat a medium brown, wash, then draw lots of lines in a few different colors, and finally glaze with a few different colors to give it some variation.