Sunday, October 20, 2013

Dwarves and Lizards and a Walking Tree

First, a dwarf merchant and some dwarf fighters from the dwarven kingdom of Firestone. Figures are from Foundry.
Assorted dwarf swordsmen, gunners, and wizard, either from the dwarven kingdom of Beerstone or among the wandering Freestone dwarves. More Foundry figures.
Blue skink shaman and large chameleon pet/familiar/mascot. GW figures.
Old GW (or possibly Citadel) metal skeleton, with newer plastic shield. (A little tribute to Ray Harryhausen)
 Large plastic treeman from the Reaper "bones" line. The head and arms were separate, but had deep well-fitted connections making it a breeze to put together for a strong finished piece. Could make for a good forest-based monster or a creature or construct under control of a forest or jungle-dwelling shaman.


  1. Great figures and you have been busy painting them.They look super .Will we see them in action soon?

    1. I'm not sure. Currently, when I have time and energy to do something I'm enjoying painting (paint while the brush is wet, as they say). And when I want to play a game I've been enjoying the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game. It doesn't take much time or space to play, and I find it quite fun and satisfying. (I know it's not everyone's cup of tea; some find it too simple or easy or repetitive).
      But maybe I should find ways to use the miniatures in games/tabletop adventures/battles. Goodness knows I have plenty! :)

  2. I particularly like your Treeman figure and paint job.

    -- Jeff