Sunday, October 4, 2015

Clubmen, Rangers and Critters

A few more items rolling off the workbench…

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

“Clubmen” from Warlord Games. These would be villagers who volunteered to defend their village against raiders – from either side – looking for “contributions” for their respective armies.

British Rangers from the Seven Years War (we’ll be reading about that soon enough) – so I thought I’d get some figures ready for Song of Drums and Tomahawks. – figures are from Old Glory.

Eagle (Reaper Miniatures) and one more Giant Rat (Games Workshop).

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

Played another game of Frostgrave last night, hopefully I’ll get a quick game report up today sometime… 


  1. Love the stunning 'clubmen'...wonderful!

  2. The club men are terrific, especially that butcher.

    1. Thanks Baconfat!

      I wasn't sure if he was supposed to be a butcher or a woodworker or leather worker... the apron looks like it's supposed to be a leather apron with a pocket with a few tools poking out of it - so I'd imagined him being on of the latter two - otherwise I should have done some dried blood on the apron... of course putting the cleaver in his hand really makes him look more like a butcher, doesn't it... should have gone with the axe...