Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Skythian Horse Archer, Irish Wolfhounds, Wardancers and Mice

A few odd and sundry items I’ve been working on while watching Spartacus the last few evenings.

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

This is a female Skythian archer from RAFM. I started painting this the first time I thought I’d try and run a Cthulhu Invictus game back in the summer. Amanda had planned on running a Skythian Horse Archer.

I also happened to have a very similar looking Wargames Foundry MOUNTED female Skythian horse archer – so I thought I’d paint her up the same so Amanda would have a mounted version of her figure for when she rode into battle on her horse (as all Skythian Horse Archers should!)

Luckily, as they depict the same character, they should never be on the table at the same time… because when standing next to each other the difference in scale is noticeable!

More Mice from Reaper Miniatures

Some Irish Wolfhounds and a pack master from Crusader Miniatures - I thought it might be fun to try an animal-based warband in A Song of Blades and Heroes (or perhaps Song of Arthur and Merlin?)

I found three more Wood Elf Wardancers that I’d missed when I painted the rest. The figures are from Games Workshop.

The entire troupe of War Dancers.

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

That may very well be it for painting this year… unless I finish up something while finishing off the final season of Spartacus… 

1 comment:

  1. Wow, RAFM skews small these days, hey? They dos one lovely stuff, though.