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  • giorgis 1:32 pm on February 26, 2022 Permalink | Reply
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    Miniatures pt72 – Assorted Fantasy (3) 

    Here’s several random fantasy miniatures I’ve painted to complement my collection. I chose a few command packs from Battle Valor as they would be nice samplers. I didn’t use the banner bearers -except for the Amazonian below which I could turn into a spearwoman- and didn’t do the musicians either. They could find some use in KPS, but I don’t feel the need to do it right now.

    I also mixed and matched the shields provided according to what I felt fit my desires better. So I used the Stygian shields on the Barbarians and the Amazonian shields on the Legians.

    I went with a similar green colour scheme on the Stygian and Barbarians so that they look like they’re a unit, and a Hellenistic look on the Legians and Amazonians, for a similar purpose if required.

    In addition to those there are a couple free samplers, one is a Falconian that I intend to use as a bird man in the coming 5L3e. I didn’t glue the wings on him as I didn’t feel like it would fit the theme I had in mind. The other is a Rhinocerian.

    I painted also a ballista captain from a Museum Miniatures set. The dude is really big, like towering, but won’t feel off scale.

    Then, there’s a couple of travelling Monks from Battle Valor. Big dudes as well for 15mm, but Battle Valor is known to have big miniatures. I’m not entirely with my paint scheme, for two reasons. The Naples Yellow Red colour that I used to paint their tunics is very close to the colour I used for their skin. Also after using the Army Painter Strong Tone and Soft Tone, I feel like my homemade washes give results that I like more.

    Finally, I painted a couple of monster Slayers from Blue Moon Horror range. I chose a couple that are armed with crossbows and would fit the medieval fantasy theme despite their tight clothes.

    Stygian Captain

    Stygian warrior

    Barbarian warrior

    Barbarian captain

    Amazonian banner bearer

    Amazonian warrior

    Amazonian captain

    Legian Warrior

    Legian Captain



    Ballista captain

    Travelling Monk

    Travelling Monk

    Slayer with crossbow

    Slayer with crossbow

  • giorgis 11:21 am on March 10, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Miniatures pt39 – Horde 

    These are the unique poses I received in my 16 pack miniatures from the Indian Horde of “Z” range from Museum Miniatures.

    Really muscular fellas, they’re going to fit in well with several wargaming and rpg scenarios. I like the variety of armaments.

    Rock thrower
    Staff bearer
  • giorgis 2:25 pm on March 9, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Miniatures pt38 – Archers 

    Continuing through my Museum Miniatures order, here are the unique poses of my Greek Archers.

    Again, went with simple distinct white tunics and earth colors.

  • giorgis 12:22 pm on March 8, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Miniatures pt37 – Javelineers 

    Some greek javelin men from Museum Miniatures “Z” range. Weirdly one sculpt didn’t appear in the website pictures, and I didn’t get two of the other poses. Nevertheless I liked the set. Here are painted the 3 unique poses out of the 8 of the pack.

    I went with a simple white tunic and brown hair. I used bronze for the shield and javelins.

  • giorgis 8:34 am on March 7, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Miniatures pt36 – Donkeys 

    My first foray into miniature mounts came with the Museum Miniatures Donkey Pack. Had to look up some donkey reference pictures, and went with the typical gray coated donkey.

    I think these will fit in along nicely with my porters

    Donkey with baggage
    Donkey with chests
    Donkey with jars
  • giorgis 2:02 pm on March 6, 2021 Permalink | Reply
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    Miniatures pt35 – Baggage crew 

    A scene wouldn’t be complete without some non combatants. Here are some porters from the baggage crew of the ‘Z’ sculpts from Museum Miniatures.

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