Wednesday, May 24, 2017

We Bare Bears of Konflict '47

My Soviet Ursus Infantry as inspired by Cartoon Network's We Bare Bears. At 22 pts each these are a steal, only need 3 more for an effective squad. I've played them once and they can tear apart Nacht Jager but run at the first sight of flames.

We so cute, we so cuddly.

In Soviet Russia, We Bare Bears rip you to shreds.

Grizz, the leader of the pack.

Panpan, in touch with his feelings.
Ice Bear will rip your face off.

All right back to my place vor beer and Vodka, Comrades!

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Bull Mammoth

I bought my first K47 Russian Mammoth this week and was kind of disappointed looking at it and thinking this would be so much more awesome if it had 6 legs. I present to you the Bull Mammoth (Бычий мамонт). Thanks to Warlord Games for providing the extra legs free to complete my conversion for this Tank walker. I'm contemplating putting an even bigger gun on top because of the increased stability. This thing is even more unstoppable because if it loses 2 legs it can still walk across the battlefield. I'm think maybe a T54 with legs might be the next Medium walker I could attempt.
Underside of Chassis.

Underside of Chassis Carved out and some pvc piping and styrene rod added in. I was going to add washers but ultimately didn't need to.

side profile of chassis

Green stuff to cover up rough carving.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

K47 and Bolt Action Soviets Work In Progress

This is what I'm mostly playing at the moment. Bolt action and K'47 with my Russkies.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

The Glottkin

Here he is. I'm almost fully happy with him. He was an absolutely delight to put together and rather individual entityx3.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Morbidex Twiceborn

He's finished, I've been recently doing a bit more work with the Nurgle but yet have not updated this blog in a long time. I present you Morbidex Twiceborn. He likes Nurglings a lot, in fact he creates Nurglings, A mini Plaguefather. I consider him the weakest of the Maggoth Lords but boy was he fun to paint.

Monday, May 4, 2015

Chunuk Bair display at Great War Museum.

The Exhibition is now open, What we've been working on the last 2 months. After hundreds of hours of painting and hundreds of dollars of paint later finally get to show off the diorama
The field of Dead, Photo
You can check out some of the first pictures allowed online here taken by Roly...

What my painting tray looked like for 2 months, Turks go in, Turks go out, Anzacs go in, Anzacs go out.
Painting ad nauseum tempered by Firefly

Turks and Anzacs in Various stages of Painting, this was our first painting battlestation.

Bala (Bruce) painting away

Dave "you guys suckered me in again"

My friend Timon who could have painted his own figures but decided to get stuck in anyway.

Roly, the Diorama Project official scribe, Check it his wonderful effort here
one week left to go and she goes in head first, boots and all and whatnot.
Yours truly, happy as a pig in mud.
Second battlestation at the Campbell household standardising and repainting figures, mostly Auckland mounted rifles.

My pallete.

Assembling the rest of Machine guns and repainting them. I ended up doing an additional 10 pairs of  crew, 3 of which were Perry Greens sculpted the previous night.

3rd painting Battlestation "The Last Push", the very last repainted miniatures 120+.
The Last Push, Ashley painting the last of the Turkish Officers.

The Last Push, Bruce working meticulously.

Evelyn painting away.

Fern "the painting Machine"

Us going Crazy from painting (or from the primer fumes)

The benefits for giving up one's time and volunteering
Meeting my favourite Sculptors from when I was a boy.
Getting to meet Peter Jackson

TV, what's TV?

Being on National TV and gettinng my name spelt correctly.

...and getting some local Ink.
And to end it all a sneaky picture taken by the wife late at night in bed.