måndag 23 april 2012

Hobbits and more!

Found some hobbits in the cellar. All of them from Prince August's Mithril range. Didn't like them that much at the time (late 80s, early 90s), but now I think they are quite nice. Threw in some ents, Beorn and a scouting dwarf too.

And a huorn too.

Also found some figures for a scene from The Prancing Pony at Bree. Crappy pictures, sorry. Just a temporary scene, don't know if I build it again.

Some of the followers said that I hadn't paint the furniture so I painted a chest. It was very fun and I think it turned out quite good. Even the missus liked it. :-D

And a table in metal (from the Valdemar set Life in a Teutonic Monastery). Very nice, too.

And I can highly recommend that chest from Fredericus Rex. It was great fun to paint and build. No wash! First one layer of GW Desert Yellow, the GW Scab Red and last GW Snot Green. The flowers are handpainted and small, so I had to guess where to put the brush (well, at least almost). :-D

måndag 16 april 2012

Furniture and part of a dancing troup

Managed to do a little work on some of the furniture I bought from Fredericus Rex. Very nice and being made of balsawood they don't weigh anything at all (well, if you are 20-25 mm tall they probably weigh a lot). Very nice furniture, but it easier to work with metal furniture. They are not finsihed yet. Our old friend Galant George shows the furniture and a carpet from Crazy Cavan's Carpets.

Galant George also trains the dancetroup Trolls on Feet. They will probably join up with The SilverSinger in the future.

onsdag 4 april 2012


Bought some furniture. Kits just like IKEA, only smaller and nicer! :-D

måndag 2 april 2012

Stout man at Bath

or Fat man 'n the bathtub. He could afford the Silversinger (who buy the way isn't silvery anymore since I've painted him) so he hired Galant George, one of Lord Lowell's more ordinary trobadours. I show pics with and without water in the tub. It is one ml cold water. The walls and floor are from Prince August's Fantasy Build (have shown them before and I'm going to show them again). galant George is from Strelets' Medieval Britain and Stout Man is from Valdemars Medieval Bathers.

And my little inspiration behind what I've written here is this: