Fortunately I can fit two pitches side by side so the little Rablings can fluke their way to victory over me simultaneously... I am actually a little miffed that I've taught the older one to play skaven so effectively!
I've not quite got back into painting, but prepping and assembling is well underway.
First, I decided to follow my chivalric leanings and convert up a Bretonnian team from Perry HYW historicals. A little finer-featured than normal BB figures, but lovely sculpts to butcher. Puttying over joins still to come:
I f you look closely at the second photo, you'll see I've even made tokens for rerolls etc!
In addition I decided it was time to get the oldest group of figures I have out of their plastic drawer. These preslotta (fantasy tribe series?) orcs will see action in various rpg type games, as well as Dragon Rampant.
I had a duplicate so I gave him a headswap with a boar boy:
Finally, a handful of Alternative Armies snotling-equivalents (Kev Adams', I think) joined the throng:
All together now:
Good to be back.
Very cool, very cool indeed. I don't suppose that you have an unloved Asgard Miniatures Giant Orc in Plate Armour hanging about do you???ReplyDelete
Don't think so, sorry Phil. I've a couple of the giant trolls via Viking Forge (one painted, the other still to go), but no orcs afaik.Delete
Looking very nice, it's good to get into the hobby groove. I haven't played Bloodbowl in an age. Picked up the current edition at release and it still sat on the shelf :(ReplyDelete
Thanks; it is good, and the orcs are now drying in their undercoats. BB is always worth a go, even if the aesthetic of the newest figures doesn't quite foot my boat.Delete