Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Gateway to Adventure WIP

This little piece will be used in Pulp Fiction Adventures when its finished. Its a fifty cent swap meet piece.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Killer Flyers

Two more metal D&D beasties from Ral Partha that I painted in the 1970's.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Imperial High Flyers

The Imperial High Flyers, the best Blood Bowl team in the empire (or so they claim).
The High Flyers use speed and agility to over come the brute force of other less skilled teams.
I painted these plastic poeces from Games Workshop's Blood Bowl game at the turn of the century.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Veteran Exemplar Errants

A veteran squad of Menoth Exemplar Errants that has seen many bloody fights against the enemies of the faith.

These are plastic pieces from Privateer Press. They are the veteran squad, a later post will show a cleaner, fully equiped squad that has yet to see combat.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Deadly Reptiles

Any D&D party realizes the many dangers cold blooded reptiles bring to the field. Here are three deadly reptiles ready to pounce on the unaware.
From left to right the the figures are from Genadier, Minifigs and Ral partha. The I painted these metal pieces in the 1970's.

Monday, August 19, 2013

Come into my Web Dearie

Nothing drives fear into the hearths of a lower level D&D party than a giant spider like Spining Spinster here.
Spinging Spinster is a large metal piece from Grenadier that I painted in the 1970's for my D&D campaigns.

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Blood Bowl Ork Massheers

One of my best teams... the Ork Massheers (Orks can't spell duh).

These are plastic pieces that I painted at the turn of the century.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Rats...why did it have to be RATS

Hordes of giant rats, more than a minor fear to a lower level D&D party.

Big teeth, fast and stocky...giant rats...ugh
These are old Grenadier metal pieces that I painted for my D&D troops in the late 1970's.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

D & D Beastie...Owl Bear

A monsterious combination to drive fear into any warrior band, the dreaded Owl Bear. One look explains its name.
This is a metal piece from Archive that I painted the 1970's for my old D&D games.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

The Lineman

The lineman is a key player in many sports, like "Blood Bowl." This plastic piece was from my first team that I painted in the early 1990's. Later posts will show better teams (some are to his sides).

Monday, August 12, 2013

Tires to Go

Need tires, call Atlas..
Loaded with the best quality and ready to meet any needs, trust us we're Standard Oil.
This is a Lledo truck for Pulp games that I touched up to look more used.

Friday, August 9, 2013

Ready to Spring

Like a spring ready to pounce, this Cryx Erebus Helljack seems to ooze menace.
Razor sharp weapns and powerful armor make the Erebus a dangerous foe.

But something seems ... wrong with this warjack
For this Erebus is actually the prisoner of the Menoth Judiacator "Red Destruction." The Erebus is a metal and plastic piece from Privateer Press.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Merc LMG

Kern Zapoltec is a merc for hire in the violent post Great War years. Armed with a cut down Chauchat light machine gun he asks no questions from his employers, except how much they are paying.
Kern is a metal 28mm piece from Woodbine that I swap heads with a piece from Warlord.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Red Scout

This ,signals Red Army scout Ilia Borsunko. Armed with a submachine gun and a dedication to the cause, Ilia is a brave and loyal guardian of the Revolution.
Ilia is a 28mm metal piece from Warlord

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Just a little higher...

A tall neck is just about perfect to reach those high tasty leaves.
This piece is a plastic ten cent swap meet purchase that I repainted.

Monday, August 5, 2013

Maxim Firepower

For more than half a century the Maxim Machine Gun and its Russian copies defended the Motherland.

Moble, with a gun shield, this weapon was the bane of many German invaders.
This is a 28mm piece from Warlord.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Knee Before ME!

The giant Menoth Judiacator "Red Destruction" demands the subjecation of the Cryx Erebus Helljack that knees at the massive warmachines feet

Both models are combined plastic and metal pieces from Privateer Press. I worked the Ebrus in to a position of submission as a prisioner of the Judicator.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Light Machine Gun for the Foreign Legion

Any extra firepower is appreciated in the Foreign Legion as it fights in the French colonies, even if it comes from the disliked Chauchat light machine gun.

This is a 28mm metal piece from Woodbine.