Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Vikings for SAGA, point 4: more Bondi


4 points finished and ready for a first game. Probably next week. Another point of Hearthguard and 12 archers (hopefully they are of any use, don't really like the idea of including them) on the paint bench before I move to the civilians, carts, casualties etc to enrich the gaming table.
Again a mix of manufacturers and the shield transfers from Little Big men Studios.

















21 comments:

  1. Nicely done bunch of figures Mike. The LBM transfers are really nice.

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  2. That warband is really looking good Michael!!

    Christopher

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  3. Top, top job Mike!!! Love them shields!

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  4. Really nice figs! I'm looking forward to your SAGA game review and after action report! I've been really tempted by these rules.

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  5. Very nice! Love the colours and a nice mix if minis
    Cheers
    Steve
    Www1066campaign.blogspot.com

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  7. Most inspirational.

    And thanks for the pointer to LBM studios, I was just wondering about the shields.

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  8. These guys look fantastic Mike. Very impressed.

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  9. excellent work Mike, the transfers look great

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  10. Realy nice painted unit Michael! I woulden´t dare to take those close ups of my minis...

    Will be nice to read your first SAGA AAR and your thought about the rules, I realy hope you like them.

    agree about the levy archers... leave them at home then your are out for some plunder and pillage;)

    At least in a 4 point game...in a 6 point game they might come in handy against certain opponent with low armour...but they cost SAGA dice and don´t provide any for the team...

    Good luck with the gaming !

    best regards dalauppror

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  11. Excellent looking figs. You really make the transfers look part of the shield, not always easy.

    Ian

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  12. More top quality on show. Excellent work.

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  13. These are lovely Michaels and the shields finish them off perfectly.
    Cheers
    paul

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  14. Really nice, gritty and realistic figures, Mike. I really like the way you have done the Viking warbands.

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  15. Look great Mike really like those Vikings!!

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  16. Fantastic looking paint jobs once again Mike. These guys must be itching to get on the games table and do some pillaging!

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  17. Lovely work, Michael. Quite like the muted colour tones you've decided to go with.

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  18. How are you acheaving that back ground in your photos, and love your site. what an inspiration

    http://historicalminiatures.blogspot.com/?fcsite=07210373803105953141&fcprofile=10715336202556291067

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  19. Thx guys.
    @PainterJim: I just use a large white sheet of paper and daylight bulbs: http://alturl.com/24rsb

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  20. Excellent painted vikings, and the shields are top!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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