Saturday, December 3, 2011

The Odd and Unusual: Giant Slugs, Napoleonic Russian Zombies, and Dead Englishmen

An odd assortment rolling off the painting table today…

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

Another “Slug Eat Your Face” from Thunderbolt Mountain. This one’s for me. I knocked it off quickly last night because, looking ahead at this evenings adventures there is actually a possibility of encountering a Giant Slug!?

Another “Russian” Zombie Line Infantryman from Alternative Armies. These are kind of fun... Again, if I had limitless money and time (or even "a lot more" money and time... and maybe a few less things to paint already...) I think it'd be totally fun to use the Flintloque/Slaughterloo line of Napoleonic Fantasy armies to make some armies for Hordes of the Things...

So tempting.... Undead Russians, French Elves... how would that not be a tonne of fun (not to mention a tonne of lead - them's chunky figures!)

Another dead Englishman from Front Rank Figures.

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

I have some more Nappy Fantasy Elves and zombies nearing completion and have started on a Napoleonic British unit… Of course there are other things haunting the workbench – Greek Hoplites, Centaurs, my assorted sculpting projects, fairy ballerinas on flying unicorns… y’know... the usual…


  1. Prolific as ever Tim :)

    Er, gigantic slug, hhmm, interesting ;)

  2. Very nice work all around; the slug is excellently painted if not disturbing :)! Best, Dean