Get started on WE eternal guard. The unit goal is 20. A realistic goal for the month for me is probably 8-10. I had my attention to painting divided the past several weeks because I was also making game tokens/counters that should help me remember special rules better. Now with that project done, I'll be more focused on painting. So, I'm curious how this month will go.
I have nearly finished last months pledge.. so this month I will be trying to get some banners made for Grom, the Orc Boyz & my Hobgoblins. I will finish off my Orcs and I will make a start on my 2 Earthshakers and Azhag the Slaughterer, my next 2 projects. I don't imagine I am going to get anywhere near finished on all this since I am on holiday at the end of the month but a start will do!
Gonna pledge...my table. It's currently just a bunch of scarred blue foam at the moment waiting for priming. I'm going to try and get it out of the way so that I can go back to painting Custodes. Or possibly more Mordheim terrain/warbands - it depends on how I'm feeling.
Before I can do that though I need to finish the hills I'm working on. I just finished a large batch of straight hills (for making canyons and marking off table edges - sealed them last night!) and I've now got 5 round hills that I primed last night. Going to give them a second coat of primer tonight, so I'll realistically have them done by this weekend.
I don't know yet whether I'll paint Dwarves or Orcs. Getting "big green" painted is very tempting (I just need to settle on a name for my shaman). It's been a while since I got to work on a good sized monster.
Finished up two ninja ogres. Not mine unfortunately, just painted them. but I scored some minis in return. Makes it kind of commission work I guess.
I can't quite make sense of these little metal (or is it supposed to be leather?) bits stitched to the pajama. Doesn't clacking stuff make the sneaky ninja business harder? Maybe different rules apply for ogre ninjas. Still a cool miniature.
I can't quite make sense of these little metal (or is it supposed to be leather?) bits stitched to the pajama.
I seem to remember reading some fluff a while ago about ogres and their belly plates - aren't they somehow special? Like...some kind of religious special? I don't remember exact details but think like those kippahs that the jews wear or turbans that the Sikhs wear. An ogre without his belly plate is an ogre that doesn't belong in any "decent" society?