Monday, 17 April 2017

Bob Olley figures

As I've noted in past posts I've been busy painting but haven't taken pics of anything I've finished over the last two weeks. Well I fixed that yesterday and I will post up pics of what I've been up to (including starting a solo advanced hero quest campaign) over the week. First up are two classic figures from Bob Olley - one citadel and the other Essex. Lovely figures in MHO but they do suffer, to a degree at least, with bobbleheadeditis which is common with figures Mr Olley did at this time. Anyway here they are:





Friday, 31 March 2017

Thug and gladiator

Now I've been slow posting these figures on the blog as they were posted up on the Oldhammer Facebook page last week. Well anyway here is a chaos thug and Essex minis Gladiator (that I'm using as a chaos warrior) that I painted up recently as well as a chaos marauder I painted up a bit before those two.







Saturday, 18 March 2017

More random undead

As you may have noticed I paint a lot of undead. Basically because I'm working up a huge undead force for kings of war that includes numerous options. Anyway one of those is units of mummies - I have one unit but would like another. Add to that some spearman, a zombie and an Essex minis wraith which I can easily fit into my force. Anyway here they are:






Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Random figures

no other way to describe these as they don't have anything much in common except that I painted them. the old blood bowl elf is my latest rotter for my Nurgle team and the ogre and terminator are the latest efforts in some very long term projects. And the foundry lion I did for my eldest daughter 😍





Friday, 10 March 2017

The Pulsating Pustules

Strange title - it is the name of my Nurgle blood bowl team. Here are pics of all but 2 of the players - basically cause I still have two to finish!












Sunday, 5 March 2017

Random chaos figs

Two random figures for my small chaos army - well one clearly is a chaos fig and the gladiator I'm using as a chaos thug. The latter is a classic Bob Olley sculpt from Essex minis. Whilst some figs Olley did for Essex suffer from over sized heads this one doesn't - and it was a joy to paint.