Archive | September, 2011

LAM London Bobbies

I didn’t plan to paint these lads so early in the VSF world, but due to an order mix-up I became the proud owner of them.  They really grew on me from the start.  My original plan for my VSF forces involves defending Britain from Zombies and fighting Prussian spies, so the muscle is going […]

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Dredd – WIP

I’ve been reading old Judge Dredd comics this summer and it’s got me thinking about painting them for a while. I’ll write more about them when they have the final touches done. I had a problem where Dreddy was bigger than the bases I use, so I hit him with a file and shortened the […]

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Mantic Zombies (1)

  I’ve been plugging away at these for a bit and I’ve shown a few here and there over the past few months.  I own ninety of them at the moment and I hope the grow the number even further as I get towards the winter months.  I’ll leave the reviews to other blogs that […]

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Trouble in Ireland – IRA (1)

I’ve had my eye on this period for some time and the Paul Hicks’ figures finally pushed me into getting started.  I also bought the original VBCW book for some light reading and to get more use out of IWI figures.  I thought the IWI offered some engagements with low model counts and few specific […]

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Lead Adventure Miniatures – Guns with many barrels

This was my second lot of LAM figures and I found them even easier to paint than the first set, they have much larger areas to paint and still wear the fantastic top hats that I’ve come to love. Not much to comment on, I followed the LAM paint schemes for the most part with just a […]

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Lead Adventure Miniatures – Bonnie and Clyde

I’ve had these folks for about six months now and have been looking forward painting them for even longer.   At first I was intimidated by the level of detail in the sculpts but it didn’t turn out to be daunting at all.  In fact, it seemed a perfect level of detail and with some […]

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