Sunday, March 30, 2014

More Odd Bits – Mostly Fantasy

A few odd and sundry bits rolling off the workbench this week – mostly fantasy stuff, ostensibly for A Song of Blades and Heroes.

(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version):

Not for A Song of Blades and Heroes but possibly for Fear and Faith or A Fistful of Kung Fu – Hong Kong Movie Wargame Rules…? A strange man with a Hitler-like hairdo and moustache in a ballet costume (that’s much to small) and rubber boots (because… you know… that will come in handy in SOME game!?) and the infamous William the Bloody. Both are from Hasslefree Miniatures

THIS one IS ostensibly for A Song of Blades and Heroes! An Elf from Hasslefree Miniatures

Backside of said Elf trying to show off her weathered cape… it was getting dark outside…

A batch of Wimyn Warriors from Mega Miniatures - one of those 20 minis for $20 or whatever it was… I bought it a few years back. There are a few gooders in this pack – I like these ones! Mega Minis are some time pretty hit-and-miss… Some in the pack are definite misses - there’s a few with the unimaginative standard Fantasy Female Armour.

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

Round three of our Song of Blades and Heroes/Song of Deeds and Glory campaign. Amanda joined in a squared off against Keira, while I battled Finnegan’s lizardmen again. 

1 comment:

  1. Nice to see some Hasselfree miniatures painted up. I like their figs but find them a triffle 'true' 28mm as opposed to 'heroic' so don't buy them as often as I do others. The Mega's painted up nicely too although they're definitely on the small side but perfect for skirmish games due to their price points. I think they're out of the business now though.