I got in a solid afternoon of painting the other day with the kids (as well as an evening or two of painting while Amanda watched – and I listened to – a few episodes of the first season of Dollhouse) and finished up this odd assortment of bits rolling off the workbench… It’s nice that all our regularly scheduled activities are finally wrapping up and we have some time to do this!
Two WW2 Japanese on bicycles from Company B.
I have a dozen of these to do, but so far only have the officer and the LMG-gunner finished. The WW2 projects have been shelved for the moment as I’m moving on to other things…
Medieval Babes – actually both of these figures are supposed to be Maid Marions. The one on the left is from Trent Miniatures and the one on the right is from Casting Room Miniatures.
Wizard and the peasant. The wizard is an old figure… I’m not sure of the manufacturer – I want to say Grenadier, but I’m not 100% about that. The Peasant is from Crusader Miniatures.
The wizard I was originally apinting up to use as Raistlin – for a Dragonlance campaign I was running for the kids – but never quite got him finished before the campaign fizzled… I’ve been digging out wizards lately and trying to get a few painted up as Frostgrave is coming out in a few weeks and I thought I’d have a go at it with the kids.
A couple of signalers from the 3rd Canadian Division – figures from Great War Miniatures
A Commissar attached to a Tallarn Regiment that’s “gone a little native” (actually a converted Lawrence of Arabia figure from Artizan Designs that I’ve added a Games Workshop bolt pistol to…).
Last of the Crusader Miniatures Irish Wolfhounds – I’d painted the rest a while back - you can see the complete unit on the 28mm Medieval and Medieval Fantasy Gallery - they’re near the bottom in the Medieval Irish Lion Rampant Retinue!
Another homemade cultist that didn’t quite make it into the last batch
Reaper Bones translucent plastic horrors!
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
Probably more odd and assorted items… 40K Catachans, Robin Hood and Crew, and such.