Some friends and me played our first Congo game last month. I’ve made some shots, sorry, not the best ones and not too many, we’ve spent a lot of time checking the rules and learning how to play. Nevertheless we had a great time playing this game and enjoyed the evening. Now I’m quite hooked… Read more »
My first post in this year, not much but something I like a lot, a miniature sculpted by Bob Murch back in those days as he was working for RAFM. Bob did some really amazing miniatures for them, I particularly love their Undead range which is full of gems like this one. Btw, It’s also… Read more »
LPL is over, long live The Pikes, Muskets and Flouncy Shirts Painting Club! A new challenge over on LAF, a nice opportunity to decompress after the depths of LPL :) Missing out on all that fun would be of course out of question for me and so I jumped in. Some time ago, I was infected… Read more »
Well, the Lead Painters league Season 10 is over. I’m kind of sad about it, it has been a significant part of my hobby life for the last months, including the winter time before the season that I’ve spent painting this huge lot of figures. But everything comes to an ende at some point and… Read more »
As you probably noticed, I’m a guy with many interests across our beloved hobby. One of them, of course, is the dark corner called Gothic Horror. Although it’s been a while since I’ve painted something going into this scary direction. And thus I’ve thought the LPL this year would be a nice opportunity to revamp this genre… Read more »
A new topic on this blog, just back from the ninth round of LPL , finally something historical again! The 1st Crusade. For this one I’ve painted three of Perry packs from their beautiful 1st Crusade range. Some connection to one of my previous LPL entries can probably be seen. I sincerely hope that I’ll… Read more »
Kind of a large update today with a lot of newly painted miniatures and new terrain. First I have to thank to a nice LAF fellow Hombre who built for me all that new beautiful stuff used in this scene. The houses are loosely based on the buildings from the movie The Good, the Bad,… Read more »
Last week at LPL I’ve brought a change into my usual choice of themes and tried it with a sci-fi setting. Over the years I’ve collected a lot of various sci-fi miniatures and LPL seemed to me to be a nice opportunity to get painted at least some of them. The beginning of the idea… Read more »
Last week at LPL I’ve decided to go with some pulpish stuff and created a scene with kinda military accent. I’ve used a wild mix of figures from different manufacturers like Copplestone, Great War Miniatures, Eureka, Pulp Figures, Lead Adventure Miniatures, Artizan and Westwind. One of the figures I even couldn’t identify (the guy with… Read more »
Wizards and evil things
Guests appearance today. Recently I’ve painted some figures for comission, so here a short appearance before they go to the mail. There is no science, only magic! Stay behind me! Not far from the town… btw, I didn’t paint that beastman on the left, I just have made the shield and the pic of the… Read more »
A new building for Witchtown
Witchtown is proud to present another new building on the main street of the city! I’ve bought this scratchbuilded house ten years ago for my Mordheim gaming from Netterrain (http://www.netterrain.de/). It was unpainted, and I said to myself, one day I’m going to paint it, definitely… Many years went by..And some days ago I’ve found… Read more »
Westwid peasants, painted for LPL5:
A barn for Witchtown
Just painted that nice little barn. It’s from Hovels if I’m not mistaken. The figures are LAM and West Wind.
Ghouls on the cemetery of Witchtown..
Today a “rebased” update, my beloved Mordheim Ostlanders. I’ve painted this gang about 10 years ago (April 2001) and as you can see I did use some very bright colours on them. In those days I had got not too many colours, no splendid Vallejo palette, no amazing Foundry triads, only some GW and Pelikan… Read more »
The old Citadel duelist with a scale comparison pic (GW vs. Old Citadel vs. Bruegelburg) Sir Antipatius von Schwarzenkoppe, also known as Mad Gunman. Passionate duelist and ladykiller. Every city needs one, I’d say.
Baron Archipelagius von Hexenstein with retinue
Baron Archipelagius von Hexenstein with retinue, one of the most famous adventurer of Witchtown, coming back from making a foray into the catacombs of Mordheim.
Citizens of Witchtown
Another bunch of figures for Witchtown, some mordern GW Empire miniatures, wish they would bring out more of that kind.
Witchtown – a city somewhere between Mordheim and Bruegelburg
Somewhere on the road between well-known cities of the Old World, Mordheim and Bruegelburg, is Witchtown, a city of the damned and not so damned, the crossing point of soldiers of fortune and just loonies, home of smugglers, witches, heretics, witch hunters and just hunters, merchants, thieves, and other rabbles and good-for-nothings… [background-voice-off] Okay, that’s… Read more »
A hell of an update today, quite a number of miniatures. Actually the complete old rare Asterix range (by Metal magic). No, they are not mine. Comission work, thus have to give them away :)
Painted for LAM, for their Post-Apocalyptic range and the photo used for the LPL Season 5 (Round 7). The miniatures (sculpted by Igor Karpov) have loads of character and are definitely something special. Nevertheless I’ve lost the Round against allmighty Frank :)
Here we go with some older painting jobs, mixed up for some LPL cocktail in the Round 6. Didn’t have enough time to get a new team so had to get some from my shelves for that. Anyway, it made fun to create the scene and to deliver a nice photo.
Another bunch of figures painted for Lead Painters League Season 5 (Round 5) – Azande Musketmen. Finally some update for my Azande troops.
Today some Pulp Figures miniatures. I’ve done them for the Lead Painters League on LAF. A beautiful set of cute minis, one of the Bob Murch’s best!