So tonight I finished (well I think its finished) the first model from the boxed game Cursed City, in the form of a humble skeleton. Now I should point out I can not take all the credit for this model as some was also painted by http://www.inquisitorjenn.com as we got this game together. So the … Continue reading Skellybob
So recently I picked up a slightly different model for me, a historical model and in 54mm! Firstly a thanks to Pete, John and TIM (sorry if I forgot anyone) on suggestions on where to get this. The reason for this sudden change for hobby direction I blame on my Dad, and I think this … Continue reading Getting A-head
So I really liked these models, and I think a lot of that was because they are so much like the wolf riders in my first taste of the hobby Battle Masters. The hats with the fur lining, the relative size between wolf and goblin, everything is such a throw back to those old models, … Continue reading The Pass Re-imagined
So last night I finished the painting on this goblin wolf rider, and I'm really rather pleased with it. The leather work on the wolf which was one of the main things that had stopped me painting this model for ages has worked (to my eye anyway). I could however not get my head around … Continue reading Base-(ic) help
So a while back Games Workshop released some goblins on wolves, I really like the look of these models, felt like they where a throw back to the Goblin wolf riders in Battle Masters which was a box set game in the early 90s (I think, but could of been late 80s) and really where … Continue reading Something old and something new but nothing blue!
So for Xmass I was kindly giften a "supprise minature box" from a company called https://weprintminiatures.com/ which had a couple of great minatures in. One of which to me looked a lot like an opponent in a Computer game I had been playing, namely a Draugr from Skyrim. Perhaps because I have been playing this … Continue reading Combining hobbies