Sir Belmont, paladin of Heironeous

November 1, 2018

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This is the ‘straight’ Mantic Basilean Paladin Knight I produced with Heironeous color scheme, and as Sir Belmont, it’s already been on the tabletop slaughtering enemies of Lawful Good. I used a lot of white-grey and silver-grey to get close to that paladin-level polished white armor look. Did you know: in D&D 3.0 a heavy-barded […]

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Mantic Basilean Knights – with a twist

November 1, 2018

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I’m currently playing in a 3.0/E6 campaign. My companions have been getting armored and mounted! As part of getting my hand in on Mantic’s resin figures I took on these Basilean Paladin Knights, with a little help from Orc Gore Riders… On the right: Oswald is the GMPC and he loves that halberd. Takes it […]

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Mantic Gore Riders, mixed orc foot

July 31, 2018

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Some real menace in these sturdy lads… there’s a kind of Nick Lund flavour to their look. These are two resin based sets, the Gore Riders and Skulks, both out of the Kings of War range. The 10 Gore Riders come with a few parts options, such as banner bearer; but the Skulks are much […]

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Mantic goblin archers

April 8, 2018

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These little guys look quite green after some extra coloring added back. My first attempt ended up quite brown. Thanks to Army Painter green wash they can proudly take their rightful place in greenskin armies. I’m curious to find out how Heresy Miniatures goblins look against these. These five are part of a Mantic sample […]

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HoTT Wood Elves: Red white n blue squadron

December 27, 2017

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I’m pretty sure this basing won’t match the last element I completed…  

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Oswald the Halberdier – finished version

November 22, 2017

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Several coats of varnish  over the paint – for Oswald needs to stand up to being banged around, dropped, and transported any old how – and he’s ready for action!

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Oswald’s left arm, and hood

November 19, 2017

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Having got the basic pose, I went to stage 2, another round of heat and needle nose pliers, to rotate that left arm so the thumb is back. I also decided to use liquid green stuff to build Oswald a hood, since I’m using it to strengthen the feet on the stand. Oswald originally had […]

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