Saturday, 31 May 2014

Painting Table Saturday No. 30

Actually my current main project are the KGL riflemen but as a little distraction I proceeded with my dark ages cottage. I used Mirco's painting guide more or less and yesterday evening I soaked the roof with a PVA glue, water, paint mixture. The construction to let it dry was one of the most unusual construction I've built up for wargaming stuff so far:
Today there is a SAGA meeting with a close friend of mine but I'll try to proceed with the cottage. On Sunday at the latest.

Apropos Saga: Last Friday we had a Saga game with 18mm fantasy figures. During the week I was too busy to prepare the pictures but I'll do my very best to present a short AAR on Sunday. Anyway here a little teaser. The blue guy didn't participate but to my mind the picture's worth showing nonetheless:


Enjoy your weekend !

14 comments:

  1. That's a clever and simple way to weight that roof down. Oooo I like the blue guy a lot. That's such a cool skin tone you've done with him. He's perfectly fugly :0)

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  2. Love the blue/grey chap, he looks like he could cause a few problems when he wants too!

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  3. That blue/grey chap looks spiffing Stefan.

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  4. I suppose that counts as fast food for ogres! Fabulous looking photographs Stefan.

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  5. Looking forward to seeing the completed cottage.

    Christopher

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  6. Many thanks for the kind comments. That blue guy belongs to a friend of mine. It's a pre-painted Dreamblade miniature he improved and based. I agree with you, he did a good job.

    Cheers
    Stefan

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  7. Is he going to eat Pilgrim or Pig! Very nice scene!

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  8. Good-looking characters.
    Buildings are fine, as does the pigsty, and idea to...

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  9. That blue guy is awesome. Shame he's not a wee bit bigger.

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  10. Pig for lunch, peasant for desert. The giant looks absolutely terrific, Stefan. I love the way you've set up those photos. Very nice.

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  11. The troll is worth sharing. Great photos.
    cheers

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  12. Great behind the scenes work!

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