This group of scantily clad bow wielding Sirens will get used in several games. I initially painted them for Dragon Rampant, but they could just as easily be used as Henchmen (Henchgirls?) in Frostgrave. Of course it could be said that their attire is not suitable for the snowy landscapes of the Frostgrave world.
The latest addition to the Prussian Scrunt army are three Ramshackle Voles, or Wuhlmaus as I prefer to call them in the Prussian force. These are light tanks and come in at fewer points than the heavier Pugs and Stugs.
All have interchangeable weapons, the second option being some sort of Dalek looking steampunky gun, which I will have to get a picture of sometime.
What a difference 100 years makes, 1916 to 2016.
When I was hunting around for plasticard for the Aircraft Carrier project, I found some clear plastic rotor blades designed for small scale helicopters at Hurlbat in Letchworth.
With a sightly larger hole in the middle, these would look pretty good on my steam planes.
After a couple of emails to the gang at Hurlbat, they accommodated and knocked off six custom rotor blades, at no extra cost, and they arrived in the post the following day. Excellent friendly service.
Another old model for my Dragon Rampant Treefolk army is this lump of heavy metal from I can’t remember when.
He paints up really well. When painting the back of his legs, I noticed there is a heart with an arrow through it carved into the bark, a nice touch.
I used a few different shades of brown and plenty of greens otherwise he wood (!) have been a pretty boring model to paint.
The Dryad unit and the Treeman are the first units finished for the Dragon Rampant Treefolk warband. I’m busy working on some Celtos Sirens at the moment. There are a few other models to paint, but the Dryads and the Sirens will be the bulk of the force,
The last of the Meridian Miniatures militia are the riflemen, enough to make a couple of five man units if I throw in a specialist as well.