I was not sure how to paint these guys, but as they are mostly wearing armour I went with silver and plenty of ink. These are more models from the Confrontation Mid-Nor range.
Mid-Nor fodder, Halberdiers. An earthy paint job on these, most of the Mid-Nor models will be done in these muted tones.
This weekend I am off to the MotoGP in Aragon, Spain. It is my first trip to this relatively new track and features a massive stone cliff where the track drops down a huge elevation change.
Can’t wait, I will be cheering for Valentino Rossi after his brilliant win in Misano, but a certain Marc Marquez will be at home in Spain and looking for yet another race win for the year.
A while back I pledged for Andrew May’s Steampunk Infantry, a great range of models for larger steampunk skirmishes.
His latest Kickstarter is an Interdimensional Beast and a couple of steampunk heroes.
There are a few stretch goals unlocked and for a mere £30, you get a scarey tentacled monster with some eggs and squidlings along with the two monster hunters.
And for a bit extra, there are divers with spear-guns, I wonder what these would look like with some sort of retro jet pack on?
Can I resist? Not a chance, I’m in for few squid…
Here are a couple more of the Confrontation Mid-Nor models, the Castle Of Desolation with its small cannon.
…and here we have the rather brilliant Knight Of Ruin with his hobby horse.
Warning: Do not attempt to pronounce these names without special training.
Firstly, Ezaly, The Queen Of The Damned and further down Ysilthan The Bishop Of Ymsur.
These are two more models from the Confrontation Mid-Nor range with a chess theme.
As I am still having trouble taking decent pictures on a plain white background, I thought I would try a different approach and use a grass board and just light it well to avoid shadows.
This is another image of Yh-Karas, King Of The Abyss, a Confrontation Mid-nor model from a group of models with a chess theme running through them.
I think the result is better, less bleaching out of the colours and it takes less time to cut the image down to size for posting.
I can now think about trying some different board styles for different genres.